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Capitol Hill Pride March & Rally and Barbecue 2022
June 26 @ 1:00 pm - 4:00 pm EDT
Capitol Hill Pride March, Rally and Barbecue for 2022!
Sun. June 26, 2022
10am – 8pm
Cal Anderson Park
Seattle’s only all inclusive LGBTQAI March!
10am Welcome, Directors Charlette LeFevre and Philip Lipson
Aurora Martin – General Advisory Council
Opening Duwamish Drumming by Blake Shelafoe “Holdswater” – an enrolled member of the Duwamish Tribe, Cultural Ambassador, Drummer, and Storyteller.
Ken Workman – 5th generation Great-Grandson of Chief Seattle, Duwamish Cultural Ambassador.
Song “We Will Rock You”, Blake Shelafoe, Michael Cagle – Broadway Singer, Community
“We will Survive”
11:00am Stonewall Rally, Remembering Cal Anderson, Aids Memorial, Prayer Circle
12pm Stonewall March 11th, John St. and Broadway
1pm Capitol Hill Doggie Drag Costume
1:30pm Peyton (Rap)
2pm Tomi K (Pop Diva)
3pm Drag Queen Catwalk Contest
3:30pm Michael Cagle (5-Time Entertainer of the Year)
5pm Barbecue Judging:
1. Aurora Martin, Advisory General Counsel Duwamish Tribe
2. Blake Shelafoe “Holdswater”, Duwamish Tribe
3. Charlette LeFevre & Philip Lipson –Directors, Capitol Hill Pride
4. Asukka Jaxx – Intersex Representative
5. Mark Anthony – Pres. of CHOP Art
6. Michael Cagle – Broadway Singer
7. Dan Gregory – Capitol Hill Hero
6-6:30pm MidPak (Funk Jazz Trio)
6:30-8:00 CHOP Art Musicians
Come join us as in remembering Stonewall
Advocating Police Reform, Social Justice and Equality
Support your local Pride and Community!
Call for Artists and Vendors.
Invitation to everyone, LGBTQ and anyone of any orientation, color, background, race, nationality and
organizations in support of diversity and equality!
The thirteenth year of this annual event has grown to become one of the
Northwest’s largest Pride events and Capitol Hill’s largest.
We are dedicated to creating awareness of the LGBTQAI community in
what is recognized as a Constitutionally protected annual event for Pride weekend.
We also have confidence in the many supporting restaurants, non-profits
and artists in promoting the LGBTQAI cause whether it’s through their art, business or personal expression.