Kim Harris is a co-headliner of the LHM Records showcase, alongside local acts Hillsburn and Keeper E.

Today at Halifax Pride: July 22

All the fun to be had at the festival today.

The final weekend of Pride is officially underway, and its schedule shows no signs of slowing down. Here's all that's happening today, July 22, as part of the annual event:

 Today's marquee event is the LHM Records showcase, a free outdoor concert featuring local musicians and label-mates Hillsburn, Kim Harris, Keeper E. and Waants at Grand Parade at 7pm. The show is free, but tickets are encouraged for entry and are available through Pride's site.
Friday's slate kicks off with Jazzercise at noon on the Garrison Grounds (part of Citadel Hill and Pride's event HQ all fest long), lead by a local drag queen.

An interfaith service will be held at Garrison Grounds at 2pm.

At 4:30pm, Garrison Grounds play host to a closed hangout for trans and non-binary folks.

Newly-out queer youth are welcome to the QueerIRL Panel, held at the John W. Lindsay YMCA. The 7pm talk sees youth discussing identity, asking questions, and making new connections. Hosted by The Youth Project, this event is free.
The Big Queer Comedy Show kicks off at 8pm at the Doubletree Hilton Dartmouth. $15 advance and $20 day-of, the showcase features headliner Adrienne Gabrielle.

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Morgan Mullin

Morgan is the Arts & Entertainment Editor at The Coast, where she writes about everything from what to see and do around Halifax to profiles of the city’s creative class to larger cultural pieces. She’s been with The Coast since 2016.

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