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MIAMI BEACH, - El cuarto desfile anual del orgullo gay en Miami se celebrará este domingo, 15 de abril a lo largo de Ocean Drive en South Beach.

Este año el gran mariscal del desfile es Chaz Bono, el hijo de Cher, que además de ser personalidad de la televisión y activista se hizo famoso por documentar su proceso de cambiarse de sexo de mujer a hombre.

Chaz también tiene planeado dar una conferencia para estudiantes y la comunidad en general en la Universidad Internacional de la Florida (FIU) al día siguiente.

El desfile toma lugar a lo largo de Ocean Drive entre las Calles 5 y 15. Comienza puntualmente a las 12 del mediodía, pero es recomendado llegar una hora antes para estacionar y coger un buen puesto. Después continúa la fiesta con música gratis en vivo, comidas y bebida a la venta y este año una zona dedicada a las familias con atracciones para niños.

Además del desfile y fiesta principal del domingo, hay una lista de fiestas y eventos relacionados que se llevan a cabo todo el fin de semana.

El año pasado Elvis Crespo le brindo su apoyo a la comunidad gay como gran mariscal del desfile.


Aquí está la lista de eventos:

 

Saturday, April 14

 

Leaders, Legend, & Lovelies Exhibit                            

Noon – 6 p.m.

Art Deco Welcome Center
1001 Ocean Drive                                                                

Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida presents the "Fabulous Florida Fashions" exhibition, spotlighting local LGBT designers & artists.
Free

 

 

Splash @ the Pool              

Noon - Sundown                                                                  

Surfcomber Hotel Pool

1717 Collins Avenue,Miami Beach

Join us pool-side for “Splash @ the Pool with Pride,” a day of fun in the sun at the newly renovated Surfcomber Hotel in Miami Beach.  Bring your towels and your sunscreen for this sun-tastic event with world-class DJs, food, drinks and dancing.

Tickets start at $25.

VIP tickets available as well.

Purchase tickets at www.miamibeachgaypride.com.

 

TOM OF FINLAND - Male Masterpieces
Opening Exhibition and Reception:
7 pm
World Erotic Art Museum
1205 Washington Ave., Miami Beach 33139
Exhibit includes 20 original artworks, 20 vintage magazine articles, and an original video of many additional art works with  commentary by Tom of Finland.
Admission $15
10% of collected proceeds this night will be donated to support Miami Beach Gay Pride 2012

 

                           

URGE / The Official Miami Beach Gay Pride Saturday Men’s Event

10 p.m. – 8 a.m.

ICE Palace Studios West

71 NW 14 Street,Miami

Shuttle service available from Lincoln Road & Meridian Ave.

One year after its inaugural event, Score Productions and Hilton Wolman bringMiami's hottest new party, URGE, back to where it first began at the fabulous Ice Palace Film Studios West.  Playing together for the very first time, Grammy Award winner Peter Rauhofer joins Grammy Award nominee and URGE resident DJ Abel, at what is sure to beMiami's most eagerly anticipated gay party of 2012.  Once again, the party will make full use of this sumptuous venue with its spectacular multimillion dollar outdoor gardens, complete with private VIP cabanas.  The party is being hosted by the Pennyback Boys and Alex Prieto.

For VIP tables, please contact urgemiamiteam@gmail.com

A limited number of “Early-Bird” tickets are $35. 

After that prices increase on a tiered scale. 

Tickets: www.UrgeMiami.com

                           

 

                           

Fling MEGA Dance Party – A Women’s Pride Event

10 p.m. – 4 a.m.

Score

727 Lincoln Road,Miami Beach

Our yearly mega dance party brings out hundreds of women ready to dance and have fun. Special performances by Jessica Sutta of the Pussycats Dolls, plus sexy go-go girls for your viewing pleasure.  Featuring DJ GiGi.

Cover: $12 before midnight, $15 after

                           

Sunday, April 15

 

Archangels & Angels VIP Parade Viewing Area       

11 a.m.-2 p.m.

Art DecoWelcomeCenter
Front Patio
1001 Ocean Drive                                                                

Archangel and Angel donors can watch the Parade – and all of the wonderful people and floats - along stunning Ocean Drive while sipping on complimentary Bloody Mary’s, Mimosas, open bar and soft drinks.  VIP access allows coming and going as you please. SPECIAL NOTE: A VIP All Day Wrist Band is required to enter this area and can be picked up at the VIP Tent next to the main stage on the sand near14th Street, beginning at 10:00 a.m.

 

Miami Beach Gay Pride - Parade and Festival Brunch

11 a.m. – 5 p.m.

King & Grove Tides

1220 Ocean Drive

The Terrace at King & Grove Tides is the perfect location for watching the parade go by.  And what better way to start the day than Sunday Brunch at "The Diva of Ocean Drive."  Brunch features three delicious courses and free-flowing Mimosas.

$60 per person, plus tax and gratuity.

For reservations: 305-604-5070

www.kingandgrove.com
                             

Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade and Festival     

11 a.m.-9 p.m.                                  

Ocean Dr 5th to 15th Street            

Celebrate the "Colors of Pride" at the 4th Annual Miami Beach Gay Pride Parade and Festival!  Pride is a celebration of the extraordinary strength, beauty and contributions of South Florida’s LGBT community, and an exciting, free, all-day event that features Parade with colorful floats and a Festival with exciting celebrity presentations and musical performances, LGBT-friendly vendors and businesses, refreshments and food, and a family-friendly play zone.  Come OUT to celebrate your "Colors of Pride."
Parade kicks off at noon along Ocean Drive between 5th and 15th Streets.
Festival is on the sand in Lummus Park.

Festival entertainment includes performances by:

Wynter Gordon

Kristine W

Jessica Sutta from the Pussy Cat Dolls

JoJo

Frenchie Davis

Inaya Day
Free and open to everyone.

 

 

 

 

 

Moment of Silence

1 p.m.

Throughout the entire Parade route.

In honor and remembrance of all those who have fallen victim to HIV/AIDS, suicide, bullying and intolerance, Miami Beach Gay Pride will observe a moment of silence to reflect and to remember.

 

Mayor Matti Herrera Bower’s Welcome

Grand Marshal Chaz Bono’s Remarks

2 p.m. (approximate)

Community Stage,LummusPark

 

                           

Leaders, Legend, & Lovelies Exhibit & Lectures       

Noon - 6 p.m.  

Art Deco Welcome Center
1001 Ocean Drive                                                                

Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida's Lecture Series presents: Designer Renato Armijo, presenting his fashion, renderings and inspirations; La Epoca from La Habana Cubaand a department store staple in downtown Miamifor decades presents the store's rich history, and Pridelines Youth Services presents student exhibits.
Free

                           

 

Palace Presents: The Latin Stage

2 p.m. to 11:30 p.m.

Palace

Ocean Driveat 12th Street

As the first and only gay bar on Ocean Drive, it’s no wonder The Palace will also be one of the hottest places to “Celebrate the Colors of Pride” during the Official Miami Beach Gay Pride Block Party!  Hundreds of Pride revelers will pack the streets outside of the landmark restaurant and bar for two great stages, full of entertainment, including the beats of DJ Charlie Rojas ofMiamiand international DJ and Producer Theresa of Matinee NYC. Those lucky enough to gain entrance to the main room will also get the chance to hear the high energy beats of DJ Just Oliver.

 

The highlight of the night is sure to be a sensational live performance by Maya Simantov, direct from Tel Aviv. The gorgeous songstress will be performing her most famous hits remixed by world-renowned DJ and producer Offer Nissim. Of course, no party at The Palace would be complete without some fabulously flocked fellas, which is why the Palace divas will be performing on the stages of The Palace, using the sun, the sand, and Miami Beach Gay Pride as their gorgeous backdrop!   

The Miami Beach Gay Pride Block Party @ The Palace will be The Place to Show Your Colors of Pride!

 

UC/CU's Pridelines Youth Services Post-Pride Ball  

6-10 p.m.         

Art Deco Welcome Center
1001 Ocean Drive                                                                

Pridelines Youth Services celebrates their Pride with a post-parade party for South Florida's LGBT youth sponsored by Unity Coalition|Coalición Unida.
Limited to youth between 13 and 24.
Free

                           

Fling Wet & Wild Tea Dance– A Women’s Pride Event

3 p.m. – 8 p.m.

High Bar at The Tudor/Dream Hotel

1111 Collins Ave,Miami Beach

What's wet, wild and sexy? Our outrageous $200 (cash + prizes) wet t-shirt contest! Join us poolside for a sun drenched good time. Featuring DJ Vixen.

Cover: $5 before 5 p.m., $7 after

 

Miami Beach Gay Pride FIREWORKS!

9 p.m.

LummusPark

Celebrate the “Colors of Pride” with a dazzling, multi-colored fireworks display!

 

Miami Beach Gay Pride Closing Party

11 p.m.-5 a.m.

Cameo Theater,1445 Washington Avenue,Miami Beach

End your Pride weekend in style with the closing party at the Art Deco wonder -- Cameo Theater!  Bring your friends and dance the night away with DJ Alyson Calagna.  

Tickets start at $25

Purchase tickets at www.miamibeachgaypride.com.

                                                                                                                                                                                                            

April 16

 

FIU Presents an evening with Chaz Bono
5:30 p.m. Doors Open

6:30 p.m. Event Starts

FIUBiscayne BayCampus

3000 NE 151st Street

North Miami,FL

WolfeUniversityCenterBallrooms

Join Chaz Bono on Monday atFloridaInternationalUniversity, featuring his new book “Transition. The Story of How I Became aMan.”   

Advance tickets: $10

At the door: $20

Tickets and information: 305-919-5524