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Video: Nkosi Hollis & Tyler Ray Wilson Sing

Video: Nkosi Hollis & Tyler Ray Wilson Sing

A Bermuda Pride event — entitled ‘Moment of Reflection’ — was held held this past Saturday [Aug 8] at City Hall. The event included speeches and a musical number by Nkosi Hollis and Tyler Ray Wilson, with the talented duo performing a rendition of ‘Rise Up’ for those in attendance. Related StoriesCoral... Read more of this article

Videos: Pride Performance On Front Street

Videos: Pride Performance On Front Street

[Updated] Mark “Sybil” Anderson and friends held a lip syncing event on Saturday evening [Aug 8] at the Flag Pole on Front Street to both honour essential workers and celebrate LGBTQI Pride. Speaking in advance of event, Mr. Anderson said, “This weekend would have marked the second annual Bermuda Pride parade. This is a tremendous milestone for... Read more of this article

Photos: Bermuda Pride ‘Moment of Reflection’

Photos: Bermuda Pride ‘Moment of Reflection’

The Bermuda Pride organisers held a ‘Moment of Reflection’ last night [Aug 8] at City Hall, with the event organisers saying that their “aim this year is to create a space for reflection.” The event, which was granted a large group exemption by the Minister of National Security with a limit of 150 people, saw short speeches and a musical... Read more of this article

Video: Bermuda Pride ‘Moment of Reflection’

Video: Bermuda Pride ‘Moment of Reflection’

A short ceremony for the Bermuda Pride 2020 celebration is being held this evening [Aug 8], with the event organisers saying that their “aim this year is to create a space for reflection.” A spokesperson previously said, “The day for Bermuda’s second Pride, 8th August, was chosen as it is the seventh anniversary of the inclusion of ‘sexual... Read more of this article

Large Group Exemption: Pride Reflection Event

Large Group Exemption: Pride Reflection Event

“A large group exemption has been granted for an event being hosted by Bermuda Pride today [Aug 8],” the Ministry said, with the Ministry noting that the exemption is for up to 150 people. A Government spokesperson said, “The Ministry of National Security is advising the public that a large group exemption has been granted for an event... Read more of this article

‘Moment Of Reflection’ On Saturday Evening

‘Moment Of Reflection’ On Saturday Evening

The organisers of Bermuda Pride have been granted permission by the Minister of National Security to hold an event tomorrow evening [Aug 8], so will be hosting a ‘Moment of Reflection’ at 8.30pm tomorrow in front of City Hall, with a limit of 150 people. A spokesperson said, “The organisers of Bermuda Pride 2020 are very happy to announce... Read more of this article

Sybil To Perform To Thank Workers, Show Pride

Sybil To Perform To Thank Workers, Show Pride

Mark “Queen of Bermuda” Anderson is planning to host a lip syncing event at 9pm on Saturday evening [Aug 8] to both honour essential workers and celebrate LGBTQI Pride. Mr. Anderson said, “This weekend would have marked the second annual Bermuda Pride parade. This is a tremendous milestone for Bermuda and just how far it has come on... Read more of this article

Bermuda Pride To Be Observed This Saturday

Bermuda Pride To Be Observed This Saturday

The Bermuda Pride 2020 will be observed on Saturday evening [Aug 8] with the event organisers saying that their ”aim this year is to create a space for reflection.” A spokesperson said, “Bermuda Pride 2020 will be observed on the evening of Saturday, August 8th. The organizers continue to work with the Ministry of National Security... Read more of this article

2020 Pride Parade To Be Held On August 8th

2020 Pride Parade To Be Held On August 8th

The Bermuda Pride event is set to return in 2020, with the event organisers confirming that it will be held on August 7th, 8th and 9th, with the Pride Parade set to take place on Saturday, August 8th. The inaugural event was held in August of this year, and saw thousands of people taking part in the first ever LGBTQ Pride Parade in Bermuda, which... Read more of this article

Out Magazine Spotlights Island’s Pride Parade

Out Magazine Spotlights Island’s Pride Parade

The digital edition of leading American LGBT fashion, entertainment and lifestyle magazine Out posted a major front-page report on Bermuda’s inaugural Pride celebrations. Titled “Meet the Faces of Bermuda’s First-Ever Pride,” and featuring a gallery of 35 photos of the August 31 parade, Out executive editor Raquel Willis said... Read more of this article

Police To Review Management Of Pride Parade

Police To Review Management Of Pride Parade

The Bermuda Police Service confirmed that a “meeting to review their management of Bermuda’s inaugural Pride Parade will take place over the coming weeks.” Commissioner of Police Stephen Corbishley, commented, “The Pride Parade on the 31st of August 2019 saw approximately 6,000 people take to the streets in support of LGBTQI+ communities... Read more of this article

Pride Meetup For Bermudians In The UK

Pride Meetup For Bermudians In The UK

A group of Bermudians based in the United Kingdom recently gathered at the Manchester Pride celebrations in solidarity with the inaugural Bermuda Pride Parade. The get together was organised by Debbie Collins and Tyrone Lovell for fellow LGBTQ+ Bermudians and allies “in order to show support for those attending Bermuda Pride, as well as visibility... Read more of this article

Hours Of Video: Bermuda Pride Parade & Forum

Hours Of Video: Bermuda Pride Parade & Forum

Bermuda’s first ever Pride Parade and celebration took place on Saturday [Aug 31] under a theme of ‘We Belong’, with the event including a parade, live entertainment, food vendors and more. We have complied all the videos into one article for posterity’s sake, including the video of the forum which was held on the Friday evening, so the... Read more of this article