GLO TV, the first urban LGBT TV network, is proud to announce that we will have a float at the 2010 Heritage of Pride March (also known as NYC Pride) on Sunday, June 27, 2010. As we roll onto the premiere of our full first season of shows this Fall, we are honored to become the first urban LGBT medium to represent with a float in America’s most attended and celebrated pride parade. GLO TV wants to share this historical moment with you.
GLO TV’s President, Maurice Jamal, spoken word artist Butta Fly Soul and actress/comedienne Erika Watson will host and entertain the crowds in the spirit of pride. The community’s most celebrated entertainers and allies including OUTMusic award-winning singer/songwriter Nhojj, hip-hop emcee LastO, transgender rapper Foxx Jazell , hip-pop violinist Joya Bravo, hip-hop artist Bry’nt and Def Poetry Jam’s Emanuel Xavier will perform their biggest hits in front of the million-plus spectators.
For this year’s NYC Pride March, the route has been shortened by about 20 blocks. At 11:30 a.m., we will be lining up on West 39th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues (closer to 6th Avenue) on Sunday, June 27. The March starts at 12:00 p.m. on 5th Avenue at 36th Street.
Call Time: 11:30am on Sunday, June 27, 2010
Location: 38th Street between Madison & 5th Avenue
Group Name: GLO TV
Contact Person: Waddie Grant
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We are asking all marchers to wear Orange and/or White the official Glo TV signature colors. All are welcome! Please bring friends, colleagues, partners and family members. Don’t forget to carry bottled water, sunscreen, snacks and money for food. And of course, wear comfortable shoes for walking.
The WEEKEND OF EVENTS
New York and Harlem Pride
Friday, June 25th
7pm - 11pm
Harlem Pride Kick-off Party
Billie’s Black 271 W. 119th St. (between Lenox Ave. & 5th Ave.)
11pm - 5am
Ricky Day, LL and Saunders presents the New York Mega Pride Party
Brooklyn Loft - 525 Waverly Place, Brooklyn, NY (between Atlantic & Fulton)
Saturday, June 26th
12noon – 6pm
Harlem Pride Outdoor Festival
W. 119th Street (between Lenox Ave. & 5th Ave.)
7pm - 11pm
Out of the Box 2010: LGBTQ Web Series Festival
New World Stages
340 W. 50th Street (between 8th & 9th Ave.)
10pm – 4am
Da Men of After Dark NYC (Hotboyz NYC & Lee Soulja)
Club Maze (inside Laugh Factory)
669 8th Avenue (at 42nd Street)
DJs MK, Blade Runner, Poision Ivy & Vjuan Allure
11pm - 4am
Grown and Sexy Pride
Le Royale - 21 Seventh Avenue (off Leroy St., formerly Luke & Leroy’s)
Music by DJ JFK from Atlanta; Rapper Foxy Brown performs
Sunday, June 27th
"Join GLO TV....come dance, strut, march, pose, show out and we take over the NYC Gay Parade." Live performances! FREE.
We are asking all marchers to wear Orange and/or White the official Glo TV signature colors.All are welcome! Please bring friends, colleagues, partners and family members. Don’t forget to carry bottled water, sunscreen, snacks and money for food. And of course, wear comfortable shoes for walking.
THIS IS A HISTORICAL EVENT!!!
11am - 6pm
The Glo TV Network Float
41st New York City LGBT March
From 36th street down to Christopher Street
6pm – 2am
BLOOM! Children of the Sun Dance Party
Santos Party House – 96 Lafayette Street (between White & Walker Streets)
10pm – 4am
GLO TV Network After Party (A MUST EVENT)
Canal Room – 285 Broadway (off Canal St.)
Los Angeles Black Pride (ATBLA) Weekend
Friday, July 2, 2010
Noon – 6:00pm
Flip The Script Friday: LA Black Pride Film Festival and Conference Series
Sponsored by GLO TV: America’s First Urban LGBT TV Network
Radisson Hotel at Los Angeles Airport (LAX)
6225 West Century Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90045
The Los Angeles Black Pride and GLO TV are proud to kick-off Black Pride Weekend 2010 with an amazing celebrity filled day of films and fabulousness.
Saturday, July 3, 2010
6am to Dusk
The LA Black Beach
Point Dume Beach
7103 Westward Rd.
Malibu CA. 90265