Join us for this four month celebration of love, equality and unity when the Pine Belt comes out for our first inaugural pride season.


opening weekend

PRIDE Opening Weekend

The Pride Mixer in the Park
Friday, July 24
5:30 p.m. – 9:00 p.m.
Town Square Park, Hattiesburg MS

Hattiesburg PRIDE is officially underway beginning with a BBQ and mixer downtown in Town Square Park. 

We will be grilling weenies and burgers, bring any additional food or beverage and come meet other local LGBT+

Bring a side dish and lawn chairs to come chill and make new friends... and maybe head to vicki's after.


The Whiteout Party
Saturday, July 25
8:00 p.m. – 2:00 a.m.
Club Xclusive
5729 US Hwy 49 S, Hattiesburg, MS
$10 Cover 

The first of FOUR monthly pride events leading up to the Big downtown PRIDE weekend October 10!

Get your chic white clothes on and come out and party with the entire Pine Belt LGBT Community!

Hosted by:
Messy Maggie Green & Sophia Danyelle Williams

The Place To Be:
Club Xclusive Hattiesburg 5729hwy 49s 
Vip Tables & Bottles

Exotic Entertainment Male & Female... We will be bringing back old and new dancers. (You wont guess who came out of retirement just to do this show for us.) 

Jello Shots 
Pool Table
Full Bar / Drink Specials 


The Wet Party
Saturday, August 29
12:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m.
927 north Main Street, Hattiesburg MS
$10 Suggested Donation

The coolest PRIDE party in the south happens this August with the Wet pride party. Get on your bathing suits and join us for some fun in the sun at a generously donated private pool. 

For a suggested donation of $10 you'll get unlimited pool time, a delicious buffet and cash bar provided by our sponsors. 

Enjoy one last hurrah of the summer with other Pine Belt LGBT+ friends and allies!


The Premier Party
Wednesday, September 16
6:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.
University of Southern Mississippi
Thad Cochran Center Room 210

Join us for the next #SoFriedPride gathering! 

We are showing The L Word Mississippi: Hate the Sin, a provocative and moving documentary that explores the lives of gay women living in the conservative, religious deep South and the unique hardships, bigotry, bullying, sexism and racism they endure. Produced by Ilene Chaiken of 'The L Word' and 'The Real L Word'.

Stay after for a Q&A session with the cast!

This event is free and open to the public; hope to see you there!!!