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  • In June 2019, Oddly performed at Denver's PrideFest, the city's annual LGBTQ pride parade and festival, and hosted “Drag Nation” at her home bar Tracks.Yvie Oddly-Wikipedia
  • The largest issue based on circulation and page count is the Special Edition issue timed to coincide with PrideFest when that event takes place in Denver each June.Out Front (newspaper)-Wikipedia
  • In 2001, police escorted Maris from the Denver PrideFest gay pride parade when organizers of the event asked to have him removed.Maris the Great-Wikipedia
  • The company also hired Mary Cheney as a marketing representative and began advertising in The Advocate and at events such as Denver's PrideFest.LGBT marketing-Wikipedia
  • Notable LGBT-related events that take place at the park include the annual PrideFest parade, which typically takes place during June and travels from Cheesman Park to Civic Center Park near downtown.Cheesman Park, Denver-Wikipedia
  • Denver Pride Festival 2012 with En VogueColes Whalen-Wikipedia

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