Queer Pride Festival (QPF) 2022_2_photo by Travis Gillett

Queer/Pride Festival Announces Lineup

Queer/Pride Festival, the Pacific Northwest’s largest 21-plus music and arts Pride festival, has announced its musical lineup. Tickets are now on sale for the event, taking place June 23 to June 25 in the heart of Seattle’s Capitol Hill neighborhood.

Seattle‘s three-day Queer/Pride Festival features national and hyper-local artists, musicians, drag queens and burlesque dancers. The event is presented by Joey Burgess and Murf Hall of Burgess/Hall, husbands, business partners and owners of many of Capitol Hill’s most recognized businesses, including Elliott Bay Book Co., Oddfellows/Little Oddfellows, Queer/Bar and Cuff Complex. 

“QPF returns this summer bigger and better than ever,” says Burgess. “We’re lighting up our stages with some of the hottest artists from around the world, and we’ve expanded our overall footprint to include a larger stage, bigger screens, and more food and beverage offerings.”

Queer Pride Festival (QPF) 2022 with CarLarans_photo by Travis Gillett

This year’s Queer/Pride Festival headliners include huge names like Orville Peck, Trixie Mattel, Pabllo Vittar, Peaches and Charo. Other performances include Seattle’s own Bosco (cast member from RuPaul’s Drag Race Season 14) and current Season 15 Drag Race megastars and queens Sasha Colby, Luxx Noir London and Mistress Isabelle Brooks. 

In previous years, the festival has welcomed the likes of Kim Petras, Iggy Azalea, Freedia and Princess Nokia as headliners.

Three-day general admission (starting at $150) and three-day VIP passes (starting at $300) are now on sale. VIP pass includes priority entry for all three days, access to a private air-conditioned lounge with private bar and bathrooms, and two drink tickets per day. Single-day ticket release date is to be determined based on capacity.

The event takes place 5 to 11 p.m. on June 23; 4 to 11 p.m. on June 24; and 2 to 10 p.m. on June 25. For more information on Seattle’s Queer/Pride Festival, visit www.queerpridefestival.com.

Photo credit: Travis Gillett

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