What do you get when you combine the Louisville Ballet, Teddy Abrams, PLAY drag queens, a whole lot of color, and so much more all in one room? Pride at the Museum: The first-ever signature event to celebrate the University of Louisville's LGBT Center as well as Louisville's inclusive community. Scroll on to see a few highlights from the inaugural fundraiser at the Speed Art Museum.
There was no shortage of entertainment at Pride at the Museum. From the Louisville Ballet putting on an incredible modern dance performance to world-renowned Louisville Orchestra Conductor Teddy Abrams on stage, to our emcee Keith McGill, these locals were essential to the night of fun.
You can't have a Pride event without a drag queen or two. Who better to call than PLAY? Louisville's hot spot for a great drag show stopped by to liven up the crowd.
Fashion show? Yes, please! All is Fair in Love and Fashion put our catwalk stage to good use with some really dramatic looks.
Pride at the Museum was a total hit, with drinks flowing courtesy of Heaven Hill and The Mocktail Project. Awarded "Best LGBTQ Party" of 2018 by The Voice-Tribune, we can't wait to see where this event takes the community in the years to come.