You’re fancy. We can appreciate that because so are we.
(Or at least we like to pretend to be whenever possible.)
That’s why we’re always on the hunt for the “exclusive experience” no matter where we are. Fortunately, we have a sixth sense for velvet ropes.
When this year’s Alan Ross Texas Freedom Parade rolls down Cedar Springs Road, there’s only one place to be: the ilume Pride Pavilion, powered by Impulse Group.
As in years past, organizers section off the ilume parking area facing Kroger and turn it into a party zone with prime, up-close-and-personal views of the parade and a pre-party that starts at noon.
Rather than fighting your way through crowds to wait decades in line for a cocktail, you’ll have access to an open bar featuring Stoli Vodka and Miller Lite, food from Circle Tavern, as well as music from DJ PressPlay and a live performance by RuPaul’s Drag Race star Kennedy Davenport.
The party is hosted by FiFi Dubois and Coco De’Ball, who’ll keep you laughing all day long.
General admission tickets are still available for just $20 ($30 at the door), so grab them while you can.
Then enjoy the parade like the superstar you are.