Central Arkansas Pride
Held annually in October to coincide with LGBTQ History Month, Central Arkansas Pride Fest is a celebration of love, community, and individuality. The day includes a parade and a festival featuring local artists, performers, musicians, and vendors.
The Kaleidoscope LGBTQ+ Film Festival
Kaleidoscope is a celebration of LGBTQ+ films, filmmakers, and stories with a mission to provide innovative and unique programming that will engage the hearts and minds of audiences in Arkansas and across the south. Kaleidoscope celebrates the diversity of the LGBTQ+ community and filmmakers and showcases the power of film to transform the lives and opinions of those both inside and outside the LGBTQ+ community.
Diamond State Rodeo
Save a horse, ride a…well, a horse at the Diamond State Rodeo. Typically held every other spring, the Diamond State Rodeo carries on the long tradition of LGBTQ horsemanship in Arkansas and the south. The event takes place at the Arkansas State Fairgrounds and features classes, a mechanical bull, vendors, and a designated “kids zone” for the cowboys and cowgirls in the making.
Little Rock Black Pride
Little Rock Black Pride's mission is to educate, celebrate, and empower Black and brown LGBTQ people through culturally specific programming and the creation of safe social spaces. This annual event is held in July with events across the city.