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The Advocate reports that the annual Motor City Pride festival—which most people assume is held in Detroit proper but actually takes place in the suburb of Ferndale— is moving from its current location to downtown Detroit this year. The event is also expanding from a one day of celebration to two.

According to the Detroit Free Press, after a 10-year run in Ferndale, “Organizers say the move from Ferndale to Hart Plaza will allow the June 4-5 Motor City Pride festival to draw a larger crowd and expand to two days.”

The festival, which turns 25 this year and was basically a street fair, wanted to accommodate more people and to expand its activities across two days.

Read more news on Advocate.com.
Check out photos from the 2010 Motor City Pride.

Street

The Advocate reports that the annual Motor City Pride festival—which most people assume is held in Detroit proper but actually takes place in the suburb of Ferndale— is moving from its current location to downtown Detroit this year. The event is also expanding from a one day of celebration to two.

According to the Detroit Free Press, after a 10-year run in Ferndale, “Organizers say the move from Ferndale to Hart Plaza will allow the June 4-5 Motor City Pride festival to draw a larger crowd and expand to two days.”

The festival, which turns 25 this year and was basically a street fair, wanted to accommodate more people and to expand its activities across two days.

Read more news on Advocate.com.
Check out photos from the 2010 Motor City Pride.



The Advocate reports that the annual Motor City Pride festival—which most people assume is held in Detroit proper but actually takes place in the suburb of Ferndale— is moving from its current location to downtown Detroit this year. The event is also expanding from a one day of celebration to two.

According to the Detroit Free Press, after a 10-year run in Ferndale, “Organizers say the move from Ferndale to Hart Plaza will allow the June 4-5 Motor City Pride festival to draw a larger crowd and expand to two days.”

The festival, which turns 25 this year and was basically a street fair, wanted to accommodate more people and to expand its activities across two days.

Read more news on Advocate.com.
Check out photos from the 2010 Motor City Pride.

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