The view from the Rapid train approaching Voinovich park, where Cleveland Pride was held.
A bear rainbow flag flies during the parade that traveled through the heart of downtown Cleveland.
Akashia from RuPaul's Drag Race gets down atop of a convertible during the parade.
Religious groups participated in the march, decked out in rainbows.
This parade had two U-Hauls. How appropriate for a Pride parade.
My favorite float contained the Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence of Cleveland.
Yet another U-Haul float.
One of the more popular floats touted 60 couples together for more than 775 years.
The Cleveland Pride festival is huge, with two stages and several rows of booths.
Akashia brought Logo along for the Pride ride, and I met her as she walked through the crowds.
Cleveland Kings & Girls used a boom box to simulate changing radio stations when changing acts.
CKG isn't afraid to tap into country music during their performances, as this king did here.
Performers brought out the chains for the final act of the first CKG performance.
The performance stage also showcased burlesque entertainers and dance numbers.
Members of Wasted Productions presented drag numbers for the audience.
A 7-year-old earned the most tips during her performance of Katy Perry's "I Kissed A Girl."
The following is a video of this girl performing, but I highly recommend turning off the sound when listening to it as I was extremely close to the speaker when recording it.
A fierce queen brought out her best tights with the word "bitch" strewn across them.
Wasted Productions wowed the crowd again with their last number of their drag performances.