NC Pride at Night is thrilled to announce Todrick Hall as this year’s headliner for the 2nd annual Raleigh pride festival. A singer, songwriter, dancer, actor, choreographer, producer and social media influencer with over 3 Million subscribers and 650 million views, Hall will perform on the main stage at this year’s 2nd Annual NC Pride Festival in downtown Raleigh on Saturday, September 28, 2019, 4 p.m. to 10 p.m.
Hall has released three Number 1 Albums: Straight Outta Oz Deluxe, Forbidden & his most recent album “Haus Party,” which will begin a world tour this October. His Broadway credits include: Waitress (August), Kinky Boots, Chicago, The Color Purple & Memphis. Hall is a recurring judge and resident choreographer on “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”
He has choreographed videos for Beyoncé; written and starred in the Virgin America safety video, was featured in Taylor Swift’s record-breaking music video “Look What You Made Me Do” and most recently he starred in/co-executive produced her video “You Need to Calm Down.”
Hall can be seen on other television shows, including Queer Eye, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Dear White People, Bring It, Dance Moms, Catfish, Bob’s Burgers, American Idol, Muppet Babies and is the star of the documentary “Behind the Curtain” on Netflix.
The festival begins at the intersection of Hargett and Harrington streets near Legends Nightclub (300 West Hargett St.)
About NC Pride at Night:
The nonprofit NC Pride at Night launched a new LGBTQ pride festival in Raleigh last year to celebrate the 30th anniversary of the city’s first pride celebration held in 1988. The inaugural event, which featured North Carolina-based LGBTQ rights activist Mandy Carter and pop singer and American Idol finalist, David Hernandez, attracted over 5,000 people.
NC Pride at Night is seeking volunteers, sponsors and entertainers for the 2019 festival. For more information, go to ncprideatnight.org or follow us on social media. Twitter: @ncprideatnight; Instagram: @ncprideatnight; Facebook: facebook.com/ncprideatnight.