The two-stage livestream event will bring together over 40+ artists from around the world to celebrate LGBTQ+ representation in music and is set to kick off on June 27 via Levitate Events’ Twitch channel.

Production company Levitate Events will be hosting their second annual PrideFest as a free livestream event on Saturday, June 27 to celebrate LGBTQ+ representation in music. The virtual festival features two stages with a lineup of over 40 LGBTQ+ electrartists from around the world.

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The event will be hosted on Twitch at 1pm ET where viewers can stream for free. However, attendees will also have the opportunity to donate where proceeds will benefit the artists performing during the livestream as well as causes such as the OutRight International’s COVID-19 Global LGBTIQ Emergency Fund which supports LGBTQ+ people, and Black Lives Matter the leading organization of the BLM movement.

Watch parties will also be held via the Zoom app during the event which enables attendees to connect with the artists.

Attendees can RSVP on Eventbrite for a chance to win 1-on-1 shoutouts, digital meet and greets with the artists, and merch.

Check out the lineup for the event’s two virtual stages – the Pride and Rainbow stages – below.

PrideFest 2020 Lineup

LINEUP:

Pride Stage

  • Abysso
  • Ailow
  • Ben Alessi
  • Ducka Shan
  • D 3 v i n i t y
  • Empath Eyes
  • Frida K
  • GhostDragon
  • Glass Battles
  • Inukshuk
  • Joey William Suarez & Jaki Nelson
  • Kaleena Zanders
  • Longer Days
  • Mikel Ho
  • NotLö
  • DJ Nuzzles
  • Paige
  • Sara Benyo Steff da Campo
  • Vaance
  • Vibe Tribe NY
  • Von
  • Vybrant Vibes
  • Xeno

Rainbow Stage

  • Autumn Leilani
  • Baths (DJ Set)
  • Biianco
  • Bobby Newberry
  • Courtney Paige Nelson
  • Drinker
  • D-Nice
  • Empath Eyes
  • Fab the Duo
  • FLAVIA
  • Gia Woods
  • Jesediah
  • KTJ & CARLY
  • Lucy Daydream
  • DJ Nela
  • Olivia Reid
  • REYNA
  • Somaya Gupta
  • Spencer Ludwig
  • Zee Machine

PrideFest’s first edition was hosted in New York last year which saw 20 local LGBTQ+ electronic artists performing to a crowd of 1,500 attendees in Brooklyn. The 12-hour festival was able to donate nearly $1,000 USD to organizations that support LGBTQ+ wellbeing.

For more info, head on over to the Facebook event page.

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