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Witness history as we come together at Walsh Park on July 10th for our first annual Fremont Pride Festival! Fremont has a rich LGBTQ community that deserves to be celebrated. Come show your support to the community, local businesses, artists, and more! And be sure to use our #fremontohiopride hashtag when posting pictures! Entry is $5 for guests 12 and over. Happy Pride!

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12:30PM - Festival Begins at Walsh Park 

Followed by our Opening Ceremony with Mayor Sanchez

1:00PM - Entertainment Begins

9:00PM - Festival Ends

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 Fremont Pride is taking place on July 10, 2021. The festival will begin at Walsh Park at 12:30pm. Admission is $5 for guests 12 and older. Guests under 12 are welcome at no charge. Tickets are available ahead of time by clicking here, or at the gate.


We are making history here in Fremont, and we're going to make it official! At the beginning of the festival, we will have an opening ceremony. Mayor Sanchez will address everyone with his overwhelming allyship and support, and we will be reading a certified letter sent to the Fremont Pride Board from Senator Brown's office.

We're encouraging attendees to bring folding chairs if you'd like to sit and relax. Due to space, parking will not be permitted inside Walsh Park with the exception of our disabled guests. For all other parking, please use the Rodger Young Park and GLCAP Stricker parking lots.

At 1pm, our entertainment begins! From that point until 9pm, the stage will be jam packed with talent! Drag artists, circus performers, burlesque dancers, fire breathers, singers, bands, and more will be there to wow you all day long. 

We'll also be featuring several amazing vendors, makers, and small businesses in our Vendor Tent. Be sure to stop by and support local art and local businesses!

We will also have a first aid tent in case of emergency, and Equitas will be there providing free, confidential HIV screenings. Sandusky County Democrats will be available to help Ohio residents register to vote. Promedica is distributing free Narcan kits and educating the public on the opioid epidemic. 

Also available all day will be several food and beverage options. We'll have food trucks with tacos, pizza, funnel cakes, snow cones, and more! All food will be available by purchase at each individual truck/tent. Drinks will be available by drink tickets ONLY. There will several alcoholic and non-alcoholic options all day, including a Family Fun Zone with only non-alcoholic options available, as well as a dunk tank.

ASL Interpretation for entertainment is happening between 7pm and 9pm.

If there is anything else we can do to be more accommodating, please don't hesitate to contact us! Make sure to follow us on facebook and instagram to get the latest updates!

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Check out this list of artists and businesses who are going to be setting shop up at Pride!

Gesswho Tacos

Mr. G'z Snowball Paradise

K&K Concession

Tim's Bar & Grill
Reino's Pizza

Resin Heck

Crabapple Creations

Compass Behavioral Health

SAFY of Findlay
Sandusky County Democrats

Support The T

Nature By Martin

Keek Creator

Put Your Name On It

The Open House

Metaphysical Goods

PK's Custom Designs

Scentwick Candles