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The Second Annual Reston Pride Festival will be held on Saturday, June 1, 2019 at Lake Anne Plaza to celebrate and support Greater Reston’s LGBTQ community. Reston Pride is co-chaired by the Unitarian Universalist Church in Reston, St. Anne’s Episcopal Church, and United Christian Parish, with sponsorship support from Reston Community Center, Reston faith communities, nonprofits, and other local organizations.

The inaugural Reston Pride festival held in June 2018 attracted nearly 1,200 people and featured speakers, musicians, dancers and other artists. Building on last year’s success, the Second Annual Reston Pride Festival guarantees to be a dynamic event. Participants will be able to take part in a full day of entertainment, music, food, drink, education, and celebration. The Lake Anne Plaza venue offers not only more space but greater visibility and access – and brings the festival into the heart of Reston, which is fitting as Reston since its founding in the 1960s has been committed to the principles of equality and inclusion.

This child-friendly event is free and open to the public.