En Vogue, Chart-Topping R&B Group, Announced as Final Musical Act for 30th Annual Grand Rapids Pride Festival

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The Grand Rapids Pride Center is pleased to announce that En Vogue, one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history, will be co-headlining the 30th Grand Rapids Pride Festival on Saturday, June 16 from 12pm to 10pm.

En Vogue

En Vogue, best known for their hit singles Hold On, Free Your Mind, Never Gonna Get it, Giving Him Something He Can Feel, Don’t Let Go and Whatta Man (feat. Salt N Pepa, has sold over 20 million albums to date.

WHAT: The Grand Rapids Pride Center is pleased to announce that En Vogue, one of the top 5 highest selling American female music groups in history, will be co-headlining the 30th Grand Rapids Pride Festival on Saturday, June 16 from 12pm to 10pm along with Australian singer-songwriter Betty Who.

En Vogue, best known for their hit singles Hold On, Free Your Mind, Never Gonna Get it, Giving Him Something He Can Feel, Don’t Let Go and Whatta Man (feat. Salt N Pepa), has sold over 20 million albums to date. The R&B and Pop group, with current members Cindy Herron-Braggs, Terry Ellis and Rhona Bennet, just finished an international tour, with stops in the United Kingdom, Ireland, Germany and Netherlands.

The festival, which has a “30 & fabulous” theme, in honor of the 30th year, will feature live musical performances, street fair with local vendors, family-friendly activities, delicious food, beer tents, and a drag show. All proceeds from the event will support the Grand Rapids Pride Center.

WHEN: Saturday, June 16, 2018 from 12 pm (noon) to 10 pm.

WHO: En Vogue and the Grand Rapids Pride Center (GRPC)

WHERE: Calder Plaza – 300 Monroe Avenue NW, Grand Rapids, MI 49503

TICKETS: $8 for General Admission and $50 for VIP. Tickets can be purchased online at http://www.grpride.org/festival. Tickets can also be purchased day-of at the event.

Website: http://www.envoguemusic.com

About Grand Rapids Pride Center
Sanctioned in 1988 as The Lesbian Gay Community Network, The Grand Rapids Pride Center (GRPC) strives to empower West Michigan’s LGBTQ community through supportive services and awareness. GRPC aims to be the center of a vibrant and inclusive community that supports all LGBTQ individuals. The organization hosts several support groups, community education and sensitivity trainings, and leadership and volunteer opportunities. For more information on the Grand Rapids Pride Center, visit: grpride.org.

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