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Sacramento's PRIDE 2010 kicked off with Dyke Night, an evening of music and entertainment on the west Capitol steps to lead into the new location of this year's festivities on Sacramento’s Capitol Mall near between the Tower Bridge and the Capitol building.
Here are some moments:
Two women in the audience respond to the performers on stage.
Allyn Pharo and her dog Sterling.
The crowd filled the lawn in front of the west Capitol steps.
Aurora (top and bottom) played to the crowd.
Emcee and Organizer Hilary Hodge keep the pace going throughout the evening.
Tina Reynolds, Equality Action Now, gave folks an update on Prop.8.
Dancers from Hot Pot Studios (above) moved their bodies slowly to the music and react after falling down (below).
Dean Brian Baker, Trinity Church participated with C. Foster and Jovi Radtke’s “Spoken Word”.
Jace and Brando performed with the Kings of Drag.
Other performers included Der Spazm and Sappho’s Serenaders.
For a copy of the official Sacramento PRIDE program:sacramentopride.org/wp-content/uploads/2010/06/sac-pride-program-only.pdf
The Sacramento Pride Festival will be held Saturday, June 19, from 10 am to 5 pm along the Capitol Mall Avenue.
SacPress Photos | Kati Garner