Honolulu Pride 2021

After much deliberation the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation has come to the difficult decision that, due to the unpredictable nature of COVID-19 virus and the recent increase of case counts, this year’s Honolulu Pride Parade & Festival will not be an in-person event. In its place, we are hosting a Virtual Honolulu Pride with all the fun, educational and inspiring programs from last year, plus a few new surprises.

Like everyone, we feel a responsibility to help protect our community, so we are hosting a 2021 Virtual Honolulu Pride that will include the KHON2 special program Aloha With Pride, the Tiny Floats Parade (with prizes!), a series of Rainbow Town Halls and the wildly popular Virtual After Party. With the UH Manoa LGBTQ+ Center, we’re producing a Coming Out Day online video project and a Community Resource Fair. We’re also introducing a new project, Faces Of Pride, and we will once again install the Rainbows Over Waikiki Pride Banners, thanks to presenting sponsor Hawaiian Airlines

Stay tuned for more details and please join us for this year’s Virtual Honolulu Pride. Keep the LGBTQ+ aloha growing and flowing–virtual, at a distance–but, more than ever, diverse, all-inclusive and very real. Mahalo nui!

As an all-volunteer organization, we can’t do it without you, so please consider making your contribution to help us make 2021 Honolulu Pride the best ever. Mahalo! 

For more information, please contact a member of the Honolulu Pride team:

Honolulu Pride Chairs
Tim “TJ” Jones and Will Coleman and Jim Miller

Media Inquiries
Joe Bock and Francine Beppu

Jennifer Li and Jim Miller

Rainbow Town Hall Series
Ian Tapu

Coming Out Day Resource Fair
Camaron Miyamoto

Coming Out Day Video Project
Sandy Livingston and Nathan Leo

Tiny Floats Parade
Nathan Leo

Honolulu Pride Virtual Event 
Sandy Livingston and Sami Akuna

Rainbows Over Waikiki
Tim “TJ” Jones

Family Events
Charyl Abrena-Agas

Social and Bar Events
Pauli Marmulstein

Randy Soriano and Andrew Ogata

Educational and Cultural Events
Ian Tapu and Randy Soriano and Sami Akuna

Fundraising Events
Eduardo Hernandez

Volunteer Opportunities
Gilbert Rodriguez

Finance & Contracts:
Will Coleman and David Brustein

Support Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ community.

The Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation produces Honolulu Pride, hosts the LGBTQ+ Center Honolulu and creates educational programs that inform and empower Hawaii’s LGBTQIA+ community. We also provide financial and in-kind support to organizations addressing social, health and economic inequalities in our communities. You can help us continue our work by making a contribution today; just select one of the options above. Thank you! 

Mahalo to our 2021 Sponsors.

To learn about the benefits of 2021 Sponsorship, please contact Jennifer Li or Jim Miller.