The Vallarta Pride 2016 Organizing Committee is pleased to confirm the participation of Idan Matalon and Myriam Montemayor as Grand Marshals for this LGBTTI pride festival, which will be held from 16 to 29 May at this popular Mexican Pacific tourist destination.
Besides being one of the most popular personalities on LGBT YouTube, Idan Matalon is a journalist, audio and video producer, model and business executive. He is currently a columnist for the Israeli website Mako and vice president of marketing for Moovz (LGBT social network globally). In 2012, the publication Shalom Life named him 20th on its list of the 50 hottest Jewish men.
As for , Myriam Montemayor, she is an actress, singer and Mexican performer who rose to fame in 2002 by becoming the first winner of “The Academy”, the reality show produced by Mexican network TV Azteca. Her career has led her to receive many awards, gold, platinum and multiplatinum records.
So if you’re a fan of these celebrities, do not miss the opportunity to see them in person during the Gay Pride Parade that will take place on Saturday May 28, 2016 after 5 pm
But the list of prominent personalities who will participate in the 2016 Pride Vallarta does not end there. The Organizing Committee has also confirmed the presence of Morganna Love as VIP this year (the Grand Marshall for 2015).
Finally, during the International Film Festival 3 days, which will be held from 22 to 24 May 2016, has confirmed the participation of Shari Frilot, international filmmaker brought directly from the Sundance Film Festival and is known for its productions for various television networks, as well as their independent films like “Strange & Charmed”, “a Cosmic Demonstration of Sexuality,” “What Is a Line?” and the documentary “Black Nations / Queer Nation?”.
About Vallarta PRIDE
Recognized internationally as a LGBTTIQ mecca, Puerto Vallarta is ready to receive domestic and international gay visitors, creating a sophisticated culture, sheltered by a vibrant local community that is constantly evolving. This heritage was adopted by the Vallarta PRIDE Organizing Committee in order to work together with public and private partners, putting our city on the world stage of the yearly LGBTTIQ celebrations.
Vallarta PRIDE works towards a future without discrimination so that we all have equal rights before the law. We believe we can achieve this through the LGBTTIQ events we organize to inspire, to commemorate and celebrate our community.