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Northern Nevada Gay Pride 2016 – Reno Gay Pride Festival 2016

Bordering the scenic Lake Tahoe region and with plenty of beautiful scenery of its own, the city of Reno is located in the far west-central part of Nevada and is home to a population of more than 438,000, making it the second largest city in the world. condition. Although it has a large number of casinos, it is a much more low-key and low-key gambling destination than Las Vegas, and Reno also has a friendly and manageable environment. The city’s LGBT scene continues to grow, with many attending Northern Nevada Gay Pride (also known as Reno Gay Pride).

It takes place a little earlier than it was in the past this year: the date of the great festival and parade is July 23, 2016.

Reno Gay Pride consists of various events throughout the weekend. Visit the official Northern Nevada Gay Pride event page.

The main event, the Reno / Northern Nevada Community Gay Pride Festival, will take place on Saturday, July 23, right in the middle of downtown along the scenic Truckee River, in Wingfield Park, which is found on a lush island in the middle of the river. There is entertainment throughout the day, including performances by Lady Bunny, Amber, and more. The highlight of the day is the Northern Nevada Community Pride Parade, also on Saturday, taking place at 11 a.m. and running down California Avenue from Keystone to Arlington streets.

Reno, Nevada Gay Resources

Your best general resource for information about the area is the Reno-Sparks Convention and Visitors Authority’s helpful LGBT travel site. Reno Pride is produced by the Nevada Gay & Lesbian Visitors & Convention Bureau, which posts a lot of information about upcoming events on its Facebook page.

If you are coming from Nevada’s largest metropolis, Las Vegas, expect the trip to take approximately seven hours on US 95. By far, the closest major city to Reno is San Francisco, which is reached by a direct shot at along I-80. without traffic, the journey takes about four hours. Reno extremely close to Lake Tahoe, and in fact, the city’s Pride festival draws a lot of people from that area. If you visit Reno as part of a trip to Tahoe, you can find a lot of tourist information about that area by checking with the different tourist offices and visitor offices in the area, each one has details about restaurants, lodging and travel in the region.

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