2023 Pride fest lay out.  NWPA Pride Alliance reserves the right to make changes up to and including the day of as they see fit.

2023 Pride Fest is on Saturday, June 24, in Perry Square. Pride Fest begins rain or shine at 1 PM with speakers and entertainers expected to last until 5:00 PM. Our Pride Parade will step off from 11th and State at noon and is expected to arrive in Perry Square by 1pm.

Due to enhanced safety measures, access to the streets surrounding Perry Square will be limited during set up.  Vendors will have access from 10:30 AM to 11:00 AM for unloading materials at the park. Parking around the park will not be accessible. We encourage you to park in the parking ramp at 7th and Peach or surrounding on-street where available once all tabling materials have been dropped off.  After 11:00 AM no vehicles will be permitted inside the barriers.  Vendors can use their own carts to transport materials within the park after the streets have been closed.

The number of tables on both sides of the park will be much greater this year and our volunteers have a limited amount of time to get them set up. Vendors may bring up to a10 by 10 tent, canopy or umbrella, all tables will be on the grass, in front of sidewalk areas. Your table should be facing the sidewalk that it is adjacent to, as opposed to the lawn. Please note that no electricity is available for this event. If vendors would like a tent, canopy, or umbrella you must bring your own. Vendors are expected to handle all aspects of unloading their materials.  Pride Volunteers will be available to help you find your table but not help you get materials to your table and/or set up. 

When you arrive at Perry Square, please go to the large white registration tent in the middle Perry Square WEST and check in. A coordination will then show you your table location. Pride coordinators will be in blue/teal shirts or tank tops.

A map of the park layout is available below.  NWPA Pride may make small changes to the map the day of the event.

Parking will be limited around Perry Square and at the Parade line-up. Please plan accordingly.

West Side (Side with stage, from Peach St to State)

  1. Aging with Pride/Werner Books
  2. Lake Erie Counseling Associates
  3. American Red Cross
  4. Erie Gay News/LBT Women
  5. Erie Insurance
  6. Patty Precious Crystals
  7. No Double Dippin
  8. Jess Makes Sense
  9. GhostsAndGlitterShopCommunity United Church
  10. Damsel in Defense - Lisa Sanford
  11. Donna's Unique Horseshoes
  12. Mystic Magik Shop
  13. Achieva Family Trust/The Arc Erie County
  14. ACLU of Pennsylvania
  15. Alex's Puzzle
  16. American Foundation for Suicide Prevention
  17. Art by Lisa Morgan
  18. Babes in Boardland
  19. Bee Scene Boutique
  20. Black Dog Divination
  21. Bradbury-Sullivan LGBT Community Center
  22. Cast Collective – **NOT COMING**
  23. Crafty Cassie's Creative Collection
  24. Crime Center of Erie County
  25. Curaleaf
  26. Deelux Travel
  27. Dragonfly Lake Scents
  28. Dragons Union Creations
  29. Dylan's Delectable Cookies and Treats
  30. Dziaducci Novelties
  31. Dziaducci Novelties
  32. Eileen Green Farms
  33. Elect Tyler James Titus
  34. Elite Jewelry by Jasmine
  35. Episcopal Church in Erie
  36. Erie Apparel
  37. Erie Art Museum
  38. Erie Roller Derby
  39. Family Services of NW PA
  40. Family Tie Dyes
  41. Fantasy Entertainment LLC
  42. Footlights Theatre Performing Arts Center
  43. GECAC Area Agency on Aging
  44. Great Lakes Wreaths
  45. Harvest is Life
  46. Hazardcon
  47. Human Rights Campaign (HRC)
  48. It's Just Marcy
  49. John Oless Artwork
  50. Legacy Hydropinics, LLC
  51. Little Panda Acts of Kindness
  52. Martha's Crafts
  53. Melancholy Brand Clothing
  54. Mental health Association of NW PA /NAMI Erie
  55. Mount Calvary Lutheran Church
  56. Moxi Hair Salon
  57. Musa Salon and Spa
  58. Nagi's Crafts
  59. National Fuel Gas
  60. Nelly's Custom Creations
  61. Paceline Financial LLC
  62. Pause 4 Clarity Publishing
  63. Pennsylvania Equality Project
  64. Pennsylvania Mental Health Consumers' Association (PMHCA)
  65. Phoenix Rising Corp
  66. Pieces of My Soul
  67. PNC Bank
  68. Queer Defense Collective
  69. Queer Oasis
  70. Raelaxation
  71. Rainbow Creations
  72. Rainbow Creations #2
  1. Sugar T's Smell Goods
  2. Sundae Vegan Bakery
  3. Temple Anshe Hesed
  4. Teresa's Craft Table
  5. The Cookielady

87.The Cookielady #2

  1. Safe Journey
  2. Safe Journey #2
  3. Unitarian-Universalist Congregation of Erie
  4. Wabtec
  5. Whitethorn Games

Health Zone (East Perry Square, north of the fountain)

H1. UPMC Western Behavioral Health at Safe Harbor

H2. Community Care Behavioral Health Organization

H3. Community Health Net

H4. Erie VA Medical Center

H5. Nighmark Blue Cross Blue Shield

H6. Massage Magz & Meditative Arts

H7. Spaceraes Illustration

H8. Pregnancy & Women's Recovery Center @ UPMC Hamot

H10. Community United Church/Greater Erie Alliance for Equality

H11. Free Mom Hugs of Erie

H13. UPMC Hamot

H14: All of Us Pennsylvania Research Program

  1. RISE Medical Marijuna Dispensary Erie
  1. SafeNet Center

Erie Ale Works is in middle of crescent area in East Perry Square, near State Street

Motion Memories is in East Perry Square, corner of State and S. Park Row

Mobile Van Area is on the street in N Park Row in East Perry Square.

Van area includes (Heading east from State Street on N. Park Row)

Adagio Health

Erie County Department of Health

Central Outreach Wellness Center

PA Thrive Partnership

Youth Zone (East Perry Square, south of the Fountain)

Y1. Compton's Table

Y2. Job Corps

Y3. Pennsylvania Youth Congress

Y4. TransFamily of NW PA Transgender Support Group

Y5. Yello Brick Roads LGBTQ+ Allies Organization

2023 Pride fest lay out.  NWPA Pride Alliance reserves the right to make changes up to and including the day of as they see fit.

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