Annual ‘PrideFest’ Returning to Bucks County. Read to Learn When and Where

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Image via New Hope Celebrates.
The annual event is celebrating 20 years of parades and community.

A popular annual event in Bucks County is set to return this week, with local residents and visitors making their way to the area for it.

PrideFest, an annual event that is organized and hosted by New Hope Celebrates, will be held from May 19 – 21 in the areas of New Hope and nearby Lambertville, a small town in New Jersey considered to be the sister town of the Bucks County riverside community.

An event usually held in June across the country, organizers have been hosting the New Hope event for 20 years.

“Set in the lush greenery of the Delaware River Valley, our Pride festival connects two towns in two different states by the New Hope & Lambertville Bridge,” organizers said online. “Drawing more than 15,000 people annually, New Hope Celebrates joins together the LGBT friendly towns of Lambertville, NJ and New Hope, PA.”

The annual Pride Parade will be held on May 20 at 11 AM, seeing participates cross the bridge from Lambertville into New Hope. Various food and retail vendors will be in the area, and those who are interested can participate in a cocktail contest taking place during the three days.

Learn more at New Hope Celebrates.


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