Eugene/Springfield Pride's Entertainment Schedule
Main Stage / Appetizer Stage
11:00 - 11:30 Opening Ceremony, Multi Denominational Spritual
Blessing, led by Reverend Marsha from Metropolitan Community Church Main
12:00 - 12:05 Welcome, Main Course Stage (Sarah Emcees)
12:05 - 12:50 Leah Redwine, Appetizer Stage
1:05 - 2:25 Complicated, Main Course Stage
2:30 - 4:00 Court and 2 Bachelor Auctions (4 Bachelors) Main
Course and Appetizer Stages
4:05 - 5:15 Amazon Creek (with caller),
Main Course Stage (Karm Emcees)
5:15 - 5:45 Comedy Sports, Appetizer Stage
5:45 - 7:00 Pridal Rhythm Marimba, Main Course Stage
Singer/songwriter LEAH REDWINE comes to Eugene by way of North
Carolina. With her, she brought her guitar, her dog Emerson, and her
subtle style of "musicing". Her lyrics will make you giggle, let you cry
and surprise you with their honesty. So, grab a glass of Southern style
sweet tea, cuddle up next to someone you know (or would like to know) and
enjoy. Hooting and hollering tolerated, even encouraged! Shock the Fear
and have fun.
Eugene's hottest lesbian rock band is back by popular demand!
COMPLICATED features tight harmonies, edgy adult rock, and plenty
of attitude. Come see why this band's name is on the tip of
everyone's tongue! Check out their website
to see where they play next.
AMAZON CREEK includes four musicians from Eugene, OR: Alan Ash (mandolin),
Becky Dorsey (fiddle), John Light (piano and piano accordion), and Fred
Wilson (flute, whistles, reeds, pipes, assorted strings). Their music
reflects a common love of New England-style traditional music, a
high-energy, dance-friendly mix of Irish, Cape Breton, Scottish,
Quebecois, and southern Appalachian dance tunes (some more modern,
including original material) that form the core of their repertoire.
Their first love is playing for contra dances, but they also enjoy exploring
a broader range of musical textures in concert settings.
PRIDAL RHYTHMS MARIMBA ENSEMBLE formed just to play for Pride. From
Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center, we invite you to enjoy Zimbabwean marimba
music, a vibrant and energetic mix of rhythmical and melodic lines.? You
won't be able to resist dancing! Kutsinhira Cultural Arts Center?is a
community of people in and near Eugene, Oregon, responding to the rich
musical tradition of the people of Zimbabwe by creating a center for
teaching and performing Zimbabwean music.
12:00 - 2:00 Volleyball
2:00 - 3:00 Spin Cycle Square Dance Demonstration
3:00 - 4:00 Soromundi Workshop
Celebrate our pride and sing with Soromundi: Lesbian Chorus of Eugene!
Learn and perform "rally-type" songs taught by co-directors Lisa Hellemn
and Karm Hagedorn with the support of the choir. Then think about joining
the choir in the fall!
4:00 - 6:00 Volleyball
Big Thank Yous to Our Sponsors This Year
Ten Moons Rising Midwifery
Eugene Human Rights Commission
Lane County Human Rights Advisory Board