QueerBomb Lights Up the Night

QueerBomb Lights Up the Night

Hundreds took to the streets of Deep Ellum and danced the night away at RBC for QueerBomb on Saturday night. Originally started as an offshoot of Austin’s QueerBomb in 2013, the Dallas alternative pride festival provided a free, safe space to come together and celebrate each others differences in the LGBT community.

QueerBomb sets itself apart from the annual Dallas Pride, which is held every September in Oak Lawn, by entirely funding itself through community events and crowd-funding campaigns, committing to remaining free of corporate influence, according to organizers. The festival is also held the last weekend of June, widely celebrated as LGBT Pride Month in honor of the 1969 Stonewall riots. Photos by Brian Maschino


Hundreds took to the streets of Deep Ellum and danced the night away at RBC for QueerBomb on Saturday night. Originally started as an offshoot of Austin’s QueerBomb in 2013, the Dallas alternative pride festival provided a free, safe space to come together and celebrate each others differences in the LGBT community.

QueerBomb sets itself apart from the annual Dallas Pride, which is held every September in Oak Lawn, by entirely funding itself through community events and crowd-funding campaigns, committing to remaining free of corporate influence, according to organizers. The festival is also held the last weekend of June, widely celebrated as LGBT Pride Month in honor of the 1969 Stonewall riots. Photos by Brian Maschino
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