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Kids Club America, the nation’s largest drag and LGBTQ+ club, is gearing up for its big event this week: The annual Pride Parade.
If you are new to this kind of event, here’s a rundown of what to expect:The parade will start at 11 a.m. on Sunday, June 16 in downtown Atlanta, and will run until 11:45 p.m., according to the Atlanta Journal Constitution.
The march will take place on the east side of downtown, near the intersection of Georgia Avenue and Martin Luther King Jr. Drive, and the march route will include many streets that have been traditionally marked by LGBTQ+ people.
The route will take the parade down Martin Luther, King, Georgia and Peachtree streets.
In addition, there will be street closures, and people will be asked to turn back at certain intersections.
The event will be a free event.
The event’s organizers are trying to raise $100,000 to provide resources for the LGBTQ+ community in the Atlanta area.
It’s also hoping to raise the visibility of the parade, and its theme, “Bringing Pride to All.”
The event is sponsored by Atlanta’s first-ever Pride Parade Sponsor, The Peachtrees, who will donate up to $1,000 for each participant.
The group has donated hundreds of thousands of dollars to local LGBT organizations.
The Peacrets are also working with the Atlanta Pride Coalition, which provides a range of services to local businesses, including advertising, marketing, social media outreach, and community building.
The parade has been a long-running tradition in the city.
The first event, in 1967, saw an estimated 5,000 people.
Since then, more than 500,000 drag queens have attended the event, and many drag queens are still active in the community.
But this year, the number of participants is expected to reach 8,000, according to organizers.