Interchange: a Festival of Colors, Celebrating Diversity in Montana
This June, this city of Bozeman will be this epicenter of a massive, colorful festival entitled INTERCHANGE. This yearly event continues the tradition of “celebrating diversity, human rights, music, education and much more.”
Bozeman has been the home of The Montana Pride Celebration, serving as an awareness project for the LGBT community for the past few years, and with its success and recognition, the event has made an immense amount of progress in uniting individuals who may have not been previously allowed an ability to support their efforts.
Beginning with just a handful of attendees and then swelling to thousands more over the course of just a few summers, MPC has proven itself to be Montana’s premier event in the local gay rights movement. And this year, Interchange intends to take this engaging project to greater heights with an array of guest speakers, fine arts enthusiasts, and a bountiful amount of entertainment.
Guided under the caring direction of Tate Chamberlain, well known for his wildly successful winter season Rail Jam events in both Bozeman and Missoula, Interchange intends to be a hybrid of celebration, equality, and awareness. Certainly an event that can’t be missed regardless of your gender, background or lifestyle.
On Friday, June 28th, join the masses on the campus of Montana State University for the kickoff to the weekend-long celebration featuring cocktails and jazz music, along with the Summer Meltdown Drag Show.
On Saturday, June 29th, it’s time to hit the streets with the Interchange parade, followed by an all-star lineup of special guest speakers and a massive music festival including such acts as Chiddy Bang, Zion I, SOL & David Dalla G. Save your energy for the after party at the Zebra Lounge.
And then, on Sunday, June 30th, the event winds down with the Kiki Garden Party Brunch with mimosas and live music.
Learn more about this event and secure your tickets at www.iAmInterchange.com