This year's celebration will feature familiar events, even as organizers keep an eye toward hosting a massive WorldPride blowout in 2025.
The Capital Pride Alliance will uncover their plans for the 2023 Pride season, on Thursday, March 16 from 7 to 10 p.m.
The DC Center for the LGBT Community, the District’s LGBTQ-specific community center, and Capital Pride Alliance have jointly signed a lease for a new headquarters...
D.C. representatives successfully lobbied to host the global Pride event after Taiwan was forced to withdraw its bid.
The Capital Pride Alliance and The DC Center for the LGBT Community have partnered to raise funds to support former and current employees of Casa...
Cancellation raises questions about whether D.C. would be considered as a replacement host city for the global Pride event.
The Capital Pride Alliance has announced the recipients of the 2022 Capital Pride Honors, who will be honored at an awards reception at Penn Social...
DNCE will headline the Sunday, June 12, Capital Pride concert in D.C. RuPaul Drag Race winners Willow Pill and Symone will also perform.
After two years of smaller-scale events, Pride in the Nation's Capital returns to its full glory this June.
Capital Pride Alliance will hold its annual Reveal party, previewing this year's Pride celebrations, at the Viceroy on Wednesday, March 16.
After two years of scaled-back events, Capital Pride will return in person this year.
Kiki will be hosting a clinic on Feb. 9 to ensure as many people as possible are up-to-date on their COVID vaccinations.
The Mayor's Office of LGBTQ Affairs will host a virtual town hall to encourage more LGBTQ people to become vaccinated against COVID-19.
Kaohsiung City, Taiwan, has been selected as host of WorldPride 2025, dashing the hopes of Capital Pride that D.C. would earn the honor.
The Capital Pride Alliance is moving its "Colorful Fest" to Dock 5 at Union Market, and adding several partner events from Oct. 15-17.