Vallarta Pride is now a 7-day annual event that pays tribute to the LGBT community with arts and cultural events, concerts, films, beach parties and a lot of fun to show the world the fabulous diversity of our destination.
The gay pride festival in Puerto Vallarta will be held from May 20 to 27, 2018, and aims to inspire, commemorate and celebrate a vibrant community that through the years has created its own culture, heritage and traditions.
Vallarta Pride was created to showcase all the unique elements that have made Puerto Vallarta a favorite resort destination of the international gay community.
We are happy to welcome this important ‘march’ as Vallarta joins with the world to fight homophobia.
The SETAC-sponsored event remembers and celebrates the lives lost.
The popular Guadalajara Film Festival celebrates “a 100 reasons to celebrate” with a serious of special films for the entire family.
Stories abound about how Puerto Vallarta became an LGBT destination, but maybe that’s the wrong question. Teresa Delfín’s research suggests that Puerto Vallarta and the surrounding region of Bahía de Banderas has always had a focus on gender and sexuality that has moved away from the macho norms for which Mexico is known. This presentation will explain the history and anthropology of the region, highlighting key moments in what is an extensive history that predates the arrival of the airport, the highway and the tourist industry.