Rainbow Connection: Baltimore Gay Pride 2023 Parade Photos

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Art AND: Kiran Joan

Sunshine and rain, together at the same time, make a rainbow. Right? This year Baltimore’s annual Pride Parade was a blissful love fest of rainbows, with Baltimore and Maryland politicians, corporations, and government agencies in the mix. We had sun, a massive downpour of rain, and more rainbows than anyone could count.

Not only were the parade marchers full of energy, rainbow swag, and performative swagger, the crowds were decked out in sparkles and stripes, wigs and stilettos, with rainbow umbrellas ready to go. An annual highlight of Pride Month, this year’s Baltimore Pride Parade was Saturday, June 24, 2023, and started at 1 pm along Charles Street with the theme of “One Love, One Heart, One Pride.”

Photos by Jill Fannon.


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