|Queen City Pride|
|Organised by||Regina Pride Inc.|
Queen City Pride is an LGBT pride festival, held annually in Regina, Saskatchewan, Canada. The event is held mid-June each year, normally in the week following Saskatoon Pride. The festival is administered by Regina Pride Inc., a non-profit corporation in the province of Saskatchewan.
The event kicks off with a raising of the rainbow flag at the Regina City Hall on the Monday of Pride Week, and concludes with a parade and community fair on the Saturday.
The event was first held in 1990, though other pride marches and rallies were held in Regina during the 1970s and 1980s. The 2014 event marked the first time in the city's history that the incumbent mayor, Michael Fougere, presided over the raising of the rainbow flag to kick off the event.