Twin Cities Pride

Let’s do the 42nd annual Twin Cities Pride Festival by numbers: Four stages of music featuring more than 80 musicians over two days. Let’s talk about some of the big names who will be appearing at Saturday’s Pride in Concert (5 p.m., $10): Thelma Houston, the fabulous voice behind one of disco’s best hits, “Don’t Leave Me This Way”; former Snap lead singer Thea Austin, who propelled the dance-club hits “Rhythm Is a Dancer” and “I’m Addicted to You”; Steve Grand, the gay country singer who has become something of a viral sensation; and Betty Who, the Aussie-bred indie popster who is creating a buzz with “Somebody Loves You.” The rest of the music — featuring everyone from Cities 97 songbird Keri Noble to rapper Toki Wright — is free. Jon Bream

Where

Loring Park

Oak Grove St. and Hennepin Av. S.Minneapolis, MN

When

Date: Ended 06/29/14

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