The second annual Lebanon’s Got Pride was held Sunday, June 12 on South 8th Street from Cumberland to Walton streets. While the latter part of the event was dampened by rain, organizer Scott Church estimated that over 1,500 attendees passed through.

Organizer Scott Church addresses the crowd at the 2022 Lebanon’s Got Pride.

Unlike last year’s event, various vendors and other tents were set up at this year’s Pride.

The East Coast Mini Donut food truck set up at the intersection of South 8th and Cumberland streets.
Both local and traveling vendors set up at Sunday’s event.

Drag performances began at 4 p.m. and continued until the rain started. The finale was ultimately cancelled due to the rain, but the performers can also be seen in monthly Lebanon Drag Night events at Scott Church’s Living Room.

Drag performer Whitley performs the opening act for Sunday’s drag show.
Whitley accepts a tip from an audience member.

Church said in a Facebook post that even more vendors have expressed interest in next year’s Pride.

“Get ready 2023, we are going to another level again!” he said.

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Emily Bixler was born and raised in Lebanon and now reports on local government. In her free time, she enjoys playing piano and going for hikes.