Planning Committee Announces Entertainment Line-Up, Highlights for Woonsocket Pride Festival 2024


Woonsocket, RI, June 6th, 2024 - The Woonsocket Pride Planning Committee is thrilled to announce our official entertainment line-up, along with some other exciting highlights in store for Sunday’s Woonsocket Pride Festival.


The festival is taking place on Sunday, June 9th, from 12 pm - 6 pm, in River Island Park in Woonsocket, and with 24 acts of queer entertainment, the afternoon will have something for everyone! The Main Stage will be hosted by drag performers Valerie Joy, Chloe Savage, and Brae Edwards. We’ll be joined by musical acts Dragonfly Marie, LoveJake, Omer, and Brian Gold; spoken word artists Dameien Nathaniel and AJ Wordell; and drag performers Mckayla Savage, Geary McSprocket, Katy Soqueera, Batley Contagious, Toxic Shock, Calypso Phoenix Brown, Diamond Hard, Justin Joy, Coco LeFreak, Rouge, Stevie D. Savage, Rage Ramzee-Brown, Justice Starr, Moon Faze, and a very special surprise performance by Lola Diamonds.


In addition to nearly 6 hours of entertainment, the Woonsocket Pride Festival will feature a line-up of speeches from community leaders and organizations, over 60 artisan vendors and local small businesses, over 20 community organizations, 4 food trucks, a best-dressed table contest, and a variety of other activities for our attendees to enjoy. We invite the public to check out our official Woonsocket Pride Event Map at to learn more about what to look forward to on Sunday, and for more details about the event and our organization.

Bring a friend or a group of friends. Invite your family, coworkers, and neighbors. Sunday will be the biggest, most colorful Woonsocket Pride yet. And we’re overjoyed to be able to celebrate our LGBTQ+ community, and our entire community of Woonsocket, on this once-in-a-lifetime afternoon.



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