Porch Pride

Watch right here LIVE on Saturday, June 27 & Sunday, June 28! Also available to stream on Facebook and YouTube.

In the wake of a global pandemic, we found ourselves in the same position as many of the talented musicians with whom we work: facing the cancellation of an entire season of events. These include our San Francisco Pride float and marching armada, the annual Bluegrass Pride Celebration Concert (in San Francisco), our annual Portland Bluegrass Pride celebration, and the inaugural Nashville Bluegrass Pride celebration. These celebrations help us to grow our connections and create a deeper community with supporters like you, who live our mission every day. In order to save those connections and inspire new ones, we decided to bring the spirit of Bluegrass Pride right to your front porch.  

Porch Pride: A Bluegrass Pride Queer-antine Festival is a digital festival featuring more than 10 hours of live music over the course of Pride weekend, June 27-28, 2020. Our purpose is to highlight and showcase LGBT+ roots musicians, while also generating financial support for them as they navigate the new non-existent performance landscape, all while providing a gathering space for our community during these isolating times. Our goal is to pay each of our artists at least $200 for their performances in our festival. Bluegrass Pride has already diverted all funds allocated for our annual parade and celebration concert in SF towards this event in pursuit of our goal. But we can't do it alone. 

We need your help to reach our goal!

What the world needs now is a weekend of great music and even better community. We didn't want anyone to miss out on that experience because of their own financial circumstances, so we're making the whole weekend festival completely free to attend. That means we're counting on donations from fans, friends, and family like you to help us support musicians in need.

We’re suggesting a $10 donation, but feel free to donate more if you’re enjoying the show! All proceeds — including donations made during the festival and through the end of Pride month  will be shared evenly between the artists playing the festival and Bluegrass Pride, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization. These funds will go towards supporting our ongoing, year-round operations, allowing us to continue hosting paid performance opportunities for artists during these uncertain times, while also investing in long-term resources that will benefit both musicians and fans beyond the pandemic (such as the forthcoming Safe Venue Directory), helping to create a safer, more inclusive bluegrass community for all.

Bluegrass Pride is a Section 501(c)(3) charitable organization, EIN 83-3224672. All donations are deemed tax-deductible absent any limitations on deductibility applicable to a particular taxpayer.


All set times listed in Pacific Daylight Time.  All sets will be available to re-watch the day after their original stream.

Saturday, June 27

Sunday, June 28

1:00 PM: Rachel Eddy

1:00 PM: Noa Laniakea

1:30 PM: Karen Pittelman

1:30 PM: Sam Armstrong-Zickefoose

2:00 PM: Rachel Baiman & George Jackson

2:00 PM: Brandon Godman

2:30 PM: Tyler Hughes

2:30 PM: Grace van't Hof

3:00 PM: Cameron DeWhitt

3:00 PM: Tatiana Hargreaves & Reed Stutz

3:30 PM: Jake Blount & The Vox Hunters

3:30 PM: Justin Hiltner

4:00 PM: Nic Gareiss

4:00 PM: Maddie Witler

4:30 PM: Joe Troop

4:30 PM: Sam Gleaves

5:00 PM: Alice Gerrard

5:00 PM: Cathy Fink & Marcy Marxer

5:30 PM: Allison de Groot & Patrick M'Gonigle

5:30 PM: Kimber Ludiker & Avril Smith (of Della Mae)

6:00 PM: Front Country

6:00 PM: Amythyst Kiah

 6:30 PM: Molly Tuttle


Streaming details coming soon...