The party will feature local musicians and entertainers like fire-knife dancers, as well as businesses and other supporting organizations.
“We have a few different local performers, Hazel Paul she is from Rexburg... We will have Blame The Deacon, and Bradford Huntsmen. So most of it is going to be local groups,” said McFadden
The event may be an event to celebrate LGBTQ+ members of the community and focus on the struggles and issues faced by LGBTQ+ people, but the event is for everybody, as a celebration of simply being yourself.
“Last year our theme was ‘celebrate unity’ and we wanted to keep it pretty simple and let people in Rexburg know that this is a non-threatening event. It is one to just come together and celebrate not just the unity but the fact that we can be together and that we can learn from each other's different experiences,” said McFadden.
You can sign up for the event or learn more about it here.