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See the Full Schedule for Billboard & The Hollywood Reporter’s Pride Summit and Pride Prom

Billboard and The Hollywood Reporter announced today (June 11) the full programming details for the second annual Pride Summit and Prom, which will be held on Saturday (June 13) and feature a number of panels, tutorials, performances, conversations and more, leading up to the first-ever virtual Pride Prom.

The day-long online event kicks off at 12:30 p.m. ET with some opening remarks and a meditation led by Black Lives Matter Co-Founder Patrisse Cullors. Leading up to the 7 p.m. prom, fans will see performances and hear discussions with influential LGBTQ artists in the industry. Wilson Cruz, Jessica Hargrave and Ryan White – the team behind Apple TV+’s Visible: Out on Television – will participate in a panel discussion on LGBTQ representation in TV and film. Todrick Hall and Pose screenwriter and producer Steven Canals will engage in an intimate conversation about their journeys as queer black men rising in their respective fields.

Plus, Abby McEnany and Lilly Wachowski are confirmed for a rare conversation; and Boy George will share stories (preview his discussion here).

When the evening comes and it’s time to head to prom, Chris Appleton, George Kotsiopoulos and Patrick Starrr will help viewers get glammed up. Shea Diamond will then take over as emcee, and Hall will be crowned King and Queen of the Genderless Prom court,  embracing the Gender Non-Conforming (GNC) movement. To top it all off, Tituss Burgess will provide his newly released single “Dance M.F.”

That only scratches the surface of the celebrities featured in the jam-packed event. See the full schedule and programming details below, and tune in on June 13 here.

Schedule and programming details include:

12:30 PM ET Opening remarks and meditation with Patrisse Cullors – Black Lives Matter Co-Founder
1:00 PM ET Performance by Shea Diamond
1:15 PM ET A conversation with the cast and director of the Apple TV+ documentary series “Visible: Out on Television.” Moderated by Tre’vell Anderson. Presented by Apple
1:45 PM ET Performance by Rex Rebel
2:00 PM ET An unfiltered conversation with Boy George (moderated by Billboard’s Taylor Mims)
2:30 PM ET Performance by Madame Gandhi
2:45 PM ET A personal conversation with Lena Waithe & Jonica Gibbs
3:15 PM ET Performance by Trixie Mattel. Presented by Mercedes
3:30 PM ET A conversation with Todrick Hall & Steven Canals. Presented by Wells Fargo
4:00 PM ET A conversation with Lilly Wachowski & Abby McEnany. Presented by Wells Fargo
4:45 PM ET Pride Prom prep with Chris Appleton
5:15 PM ET Pride Prom prep with Patrick Starrr
5:45 PM ET Pride Prom prep with George Kotsiopoulos
7:00 PM ET Pride Prom with MC Shea Diamond and DJ Tracy Young 

*Note, schedule is subject to change 

Additional new Pride Prom appearances include ALOK, Chella Man, DJ Tracy Young, George Kotsiopoulos, House of Xclusive Lanvin, Randy Rainbow and Shamir.

Previously announced appearances include Anne-Marie, Big Freedia, Billy Porter, Bob The Drag Queen, Brandi Carlile, Caitlyn Jenner, Carlie Hanson, Carson Kressley, Cheyenne Jackson, Chris Appleton, Cyndi Lauper, Debbie Gibson, Erika Jayne, Hayley Kiyoko, Indigo Girls, Jillian Mercado, Jonica T. Gibbs, Justin Tranter, Kalen Allen, Kat Cunning, L Devine, Lance Bass,  Lauren Jauregui, Lena Waithe, Madame Gandhi, Margaret Cho, Mary Lambert, Nico Tortorella, Noah Cyrus, Pabllo Vittar, Patrick Starrr, Pentatonix, Perfume Genius, Rex Rebel, Shea Diamond, Soko, Tiffany, Todrick Hall, Tove Lo and Wilson Cruz.

The second annual Pride Prom and Summit proudly supports The Trevor Project, the world’s largest suicide prevention and crisis intervention organization for LGBTQ young people.

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