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Thank you for your interest in being a part of the 2023 Utah Pride Festival!

Applications close on April 29th and will be reviewed on a first-come first-served basis. Acceptance status notifications will be sent weekly. 

All profitable proceeds directly support the queer community in our state through the Utah Pride Center's daily programs and services. The UPC is a nonprofit offering mental health services, peer-to-peer support, social and support groups, education and trainings, and suicide prevention resources. Your fee directly supports the Utah Pride Center’s life supporting and life affirming programs offered to LGBTQ+ youth, adults, families, and seniors in our state. To learn more about your contribution, please visit

Thank you for your support to life-affirming programs for the LGBTQ+ community!

Contact Information

Please be sure all contact information is accurate and current (especially e-mail address) as that is the primary way that we will communicate with you about your band/act.

About the Performer(s)

Please provide your most current and relevant website, video links (live performance and/or rehearsal), social media, and streaming links to ensure we are able to understand and evaluate your work as an artist. Applications without adequate evaluation materials will be disqualified.

Live performance/Rehearsal video link(s)

Social Media Links

Optional Demographics Questions

The following questions are optional questions designed only to understand our friends better so we can provide a more inclusive Festival for all to enjoy. Please scroll to the bottom to skip this section if you don't feel comfortable disclosing this information.
The Utah Pride Center is committed to equity, diversity, and inclusion. We believe we can always do better, and we strive to model unity and empowerment in the diverse communities we serve. Having a commitment to diversity and inclusion means self-awareness, course-correction, and outspoken allyship. Applications from BIPOC and historically underrepresented groups will be given priority.