Organizers Say Redding Pride Parade Had Largest Turnout Ever

Here is coverage of Saturday's Redding Pride Parade, and information on when the Sundial Bridge will be lit up for National Coming Out Day. The annual lighting of the bridge was postponed due to the recent fires in Shasta County.

Posted: Sep 23, 2018 5:17 PM
Updated: Sep 24, 2018 11:43 AM

REDDING, Calif. - The 9th annual Redding Pride Parade took to the streets Saturday morning, beginning with a march through the city.

It ended at the Redding City Hall, where there were food trucks, vendors and music.

Officials with the non-profit organization Norcal Outreach say that this year's Pride Week was one for the books.

"Regardless of the setbacks we had because of the fires and everything, it is a wonderful day," said Carrie Diamond, an organizer of the event. "I think this is one of the biggest turnouts we have had in any year that we've had." 

If you are wondering about the annual lighting of the Sundial Bridge and the Pride party that comes with it, that was rescheduled due to the smoky conditions from the fires.

The bridge lighting will now take place on Oct. 12, 2018, the day after National Coming Out Day.

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