News & UpdatesLast Updated: Thursday May 19, 2022
Applications are closed!
We love you all and thank you for your interest.
Annual Berkshire Pride Festival Saturday June 4th, 2022, 11am-4pm
Parade Kicks off @ 11:30am on Eagle St. Pittsfield
This event is rain or shine!
Vendor, resource and parade applications have closed, and we are unable to accommodate additional vendors at this time.
Please patient as we are in the layout planning phase.
We still need volunteers' day-of, we are still donating flags and sponsors are always welcome!
Join us in celebrating Berkshire Pride's first ever Pride Parade!
Watch Berkshire County's most inclusive and diverse businesses show their pride this year! The parade kicks off at 11:30am along Eagle Street, headed towards The Common Park. Get there early for the best spot and don't forget to bring your friends, family and pets! For more information, our parade application has more details, contact us directly for questions or inquiries.
Interested in participating in the festival?
Our applications for the 2022 season have now closed. We look forward to seeing you all there on June 4th! There are several ways to be a part of the celebration including a sponsorship and we always need volunteers to help us set-up and break-down the event.
Help the Berkshire Pride team with set-up and break-down!
We are planning our annual Berkshire Pride Festival for June 4, 2022, we want YOU to join us! Whether you're interested in joining the planning committee or being a general volunteer on the day of the festival, this event can't happen without the time, energy, and space of many volunteers and community members, for whom we are deeply grateful. Come paint the Berkshires every shade of the rainbow in 2022. Sign up here!
Black Lives Matter
Black Lives Matter. Black LGBTQ+ Lives Matter. Black Trans Lives Matter. Violence against the transgender community is often forgotten or left out of our demonstrations for justice, and this is particularly the case for transgender women of color. They are our siblings in our cause, and the Berkshire County Branch of the NAACP and Berkshire Pride hold space, today and everyday, for their lost lives and for lives lost of those who we will never know or have been misreported on.