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‘A whole new world’


Jason Turnbow The first virtual Dallas Pride is coming together Tammye Nash | Managing Editornash@dallasvoice.com The COVID-19 pandemic has wreaked havoc on Pride celebrations across the county — around the world, really — including the annual Dallas Pride weekend.

But not even the coronavirus can stop Pride completely. Dallas Pride, a weekend full of events that usually includes the Miller Lite Music Festival on Saturday and the Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade on Sunday, last year moved from its decades-long home (the weekend of the third Sunday in September, in Oak Lawn), to the first weekend in June at Fair Park.

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