GREENSBORO, N.C. — The  2019 Greensboro Pride Festival took place Sunday in downtown along South Elm Street. 

The festival, which promotes lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer social and self-acceptance celebrated is 14th year in Greensboro Saturday. 

"The Greensboro community has had an overwhelmingly positive response to Greensboro Pride and we continue to grow each year," said ART Co-Chair Paul Marshal.

Attendees enjoyed live music, food, merchandise vendors, and more! 

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