Honolulu (KHON2) – The Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation (HLLF) is preparing to go virtual again for its 2021 Honolulu Pride festivities.
Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic and the growing dominance of the Delta variant, the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation has decided to go virtual this year’s festivities in honor of protecting the community of Hawaii.
“While pride means everyone comes together and celebrates, getting together doesn’t necessarily mean we have to do it in person. We have chosen to extend the singular parade and festival to a month of activities that everyone, including families, can enjoy, ”said Dr Sandy Livingston, HLLF Board Member and President by Honolulu Pride Entertainment.
Similar to last year, HLLF virtually presents the Tiny Floats Parade to viewers via a live broadcast, an event for everyone in the community to create a small float to present.
Livingston said, “This year the Tiny Floats Parade will air on KHON2.com starting at 11am on Saturday October 16th for everyone to watch and enjoy. Mikey Monis will be the host. We have over 60 floats from all over Hawaii, from sponsors and non-profit organizations to students and private citizens who create these amazing floats and share them with all of us.
In addition to the Tiny Floats Parade, viewers can broadcast the official Honolulu Pride after party.
“We have an amazing afterparty that will air and air immediately following the KHON2 Pride special, starring hosts Candi Shell and Matty Guevara, and featuring DJ KK and the comedic puppets of Dane Neves,” said Livingston.
For a complete list of Pride events hosted by the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation, viewers and attendees are encouraged to visit their official website.
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