Music, community, and culture will be showcased on Saturday, Sept. 25, from 3-9 p.m., as Texas Latino Pride invites all Texans to Reverchon Park to celebrate.

Texas LatinX Pride Fest is unique to North Texas as it unites the LatinX LGBTQIA+ community and its supporters in Dallas County and throughout the Lone Star State.

According to festival organizers, “the festival attracts its target audience through entertainment that caters to this community and its supporters, which includes local live bands, popular reality TV performers, music, dancing, food vendors, artwork displays, retail and more.”

Texas Latino Pride started in 2014 as an event to promote and honor the diverse Hispanic/Latinx culture to encourage inclusivity within the communities.

Over the years, the event has followed its mission to “promote support to the Latino LGBT community by raising funds and provide those funds to local grassroots agencies that strive in improving and shaping the future of this community.”

The festival has raised thousands of dollars for agencies that provide affordable and quality mental health care, substance abuse treatment, and housing services to individuals living with HIV/AIDS. This year’s festival continues this tradition.

General admission is free, which covers access to the festival grounds. VIP admission tickets are $60, including a catered meal, swag provided by sponsors, and signature beverages.

For more information about the Texas LatinX Pride Fest, visit Texas Latino Pride.