Green Bay’s Joannes Park hosts PrideAlive on July 12

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PrideAlive, a family-friendly festival held each July in Green Bay, returns to the city’s Joannes Park from 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Sat., July 12.  The free, one-day community festival, designed to promote community, diversity and equality, is the third largest of its kind in Wisconsin.

The event features 10 acts of live entertainment, including celebrity guests, the Northeast Wisconsin LGBT History Project, exhibits, more than 50 local vendors, demonstrations, artists, civic information, food, drink, and a family atmosphere.

Although a headliner had not been announced as of press time, the festival’s organizers said s/he is a recent Grammy Award-winning artist.

PrideAlive has averaged 3,000 attendees and has operated in the black throughout each of its six-years in existence, according to a press release from Rainbow Over Wisconsin.

To donate, volunteer for, or become a sponsor of the event, contact Jeff Hunter at 920-360-3601 or send email to  

For more information, go to newpridealive.com.