PHOTOS: Knoxville Sings Its Pride

By Advocate.com Editors

Originally published on Advocate.com June 26 2014 4:49 PM ET

The seventh annual Knoxville, Tenn., PrideFest was attended by more than 20,000, according to local TV station WATE. That's a long way from the few hundred who participated in the first few years. The 2014 PrideFest theme “Live. Love. Be. PROUD!” was happily displayed on floats, T-shirts, and hats during the event, held Saturday. Thanks to the folks at KnoxvillePrideFest.org for providing these photos shot by Amy Williams.

Steve Grand entertains the crowd.


Cazwell gets funky.
The Indigo Girls bring on the soul.

Knoxville PrideFest had some of the best entertainment of any Pride celebration so far this year.

Glitter and be gay.


Here's to the ladies with Pride.

Back at ya, boys.

Spread those big golden wings, mister.
Crown envy.

Best. Costume. Ever.

Rainbow abs.
OK, sorry, THIS is the best costume ever.

Can't think of anything printable to say here. Use your own dirty mind.

Rainbow seating.
A beautiful, colorfully dressed family.

Butterfly dog, and I don't care, butterfly dog and I don't care...

Rainbow manifestations in hair and makeup.


Sass, strut, and funk.

The lovely ladies of Pride.

Charmed by the festivities.
Wisely hydrating.

There must and there will be dykes on bikes.

Hey, girl!


Piggyback Pride.

Flag-waving Pride.

If he could turn back time.


Basso profundo.

Lady sings the Pride.