Gay Days at Six Flags Over Georgia Includes Commitment Ceremony
By Neal Broverman
Georgia may not have marriage equality — or civil unions — but it will have a mass commitment ceremony during Rainbow Days at Six Flags Over Georgia on June 28.
The commitment ceremony will be officiated by Rev. Paul Turner, a pastor of Gentle Spirit Christian Church. The ceremony will be one of many events at the fifth-annual party, which takes place at the amusement park outside of Atlanta. A same-sex speed dating event happens in the Peachtree Pavilion, while plenty of live entertainment will entertain the crowds in-between rides on Ninja and Goliath. Musicians like Miko Evans and Shanae Monique are booked, along with plenty of DJs from all over the South.
Tickets start at $25, but go up to $50, which includes parking, rides, food, and the live entertainment. Click here for more info.
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