Evolution is Inclusion: Pride prom set to transform the Orlando Science Center into Planet EVO

ORLANDO, Fla. — Get ready for a night filled with fun, excitement, and pride as Come Out With Pride invites you to experience an event of a lifetime at this year’s Pride Prom.


For the second time Come Out With Pride is hosting and adult-only (21+) Pride Prom at the Orlando Science Center.

The Science Center will be transformed into the largest Pride Prom ever complete with a DJ, live entertainment, photo booth, food, drinks and of course, dancing.

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“This year’s Pride Prom theme, Plant EVO, was chosen in tribute to all of us, who didn’t get a chance to celebrate our high school prom as our authentic selves. We deserve a do-over where we can be whom we want to be, bring whom we want to bring, and freely wear what we want to wear,” said Tatiana Quiroga, Executive Director of Come Out With Pride. ‘’Safer spaces like these are critical and essential to the health of our community.”

The event is geared toward the LGBTQIA+ community, including those who identify as trans and non-binary, and allies. The prom will be an accepting space where each of us can be our authentic selves and bring our date - or dates - we didn’t feel welcome to bring to high school prom.

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This year’s headliner and drag performer is Kerri Colby, most known for competing on season 14 of RuPaul’s Drag Race, where she placed ninth overall.

The event will take place on Friday, April 28 from 8 p.m. to 12 a.m.

Come Out With Pride invites you to experience an event of a lifetime at this year’s Pride Prom.

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For MORE information on general admission tickets, VIP Lounge experience, entertainment, and much more, CLICK HERE.

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