Frequently Asked Questions

Who is welcomed at Diné Pride?


Our events are open to everyone who believes that love defeats hate. Diné Pride was founded as a family-friendly celebration.




Is Diné Pride family-friendly?


Yes! Our celebration acknowledges the diversity of our community members and the sacredness of our LGBTQ+ identities. All are welcome here.




How can I get a media/press pass?


All members of the media will need to sign-up for credentials.

  • Email: NavajoNationPride@gmail.com
  • This includes photographers and video media.
Contact: Alray Nelson, Chief Operating Officer (505) 569-1516




Do local hotels have special rates for Diné Pride?


Diné Pride has reserved several rooms at local hotels in the region.




Is alochol allowed on the Navajo Nation?


No. The Navajo Nation is sovereign land and we urge our guests to respect tribal laws. Diné Pride is a drug & alocol-free event - with exception of the After-Party at Sammy C's Sports Pub on Saturday, June 29th, in downtown Gallup, NM.




Where can I camp or set-up my RV trailer that weekend?


Visitors can contact USA RV Park in Gallup, New Mexico. There is no camping in Window Rock, Arizona.

  • 2925 W Historic Hwy 66, Gallup, NM 87301

  • (505) 863-5021




How far is Gallup, New Mexico, from Window Rock, Arizona?


Depending on morning & afternoon traffic, the commute both ways is estimated at 30 minutes.




Are there any admission fees for Diné Pride?


Diné Pride is free to the general public. The only event we are charging admission is for the Pride After-Party at Sammy C's Sports Pub on Saturday, June 29th, in Gallup, NM.




How can I perform at Diné Pride?


Fill out our online form and let us know of your interest: Perform at Pride!




How do I set-up a booth space for the Pride events?


Fill out our online-form: Reserve Your Booth Space!





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Diné Pride is honoring & celebrating our LGBTQ+ relatives & reaffirming the sacredness of their heritage. There are many social disparities that affect our community & our Pride event hopes to reintroduce Navajo teachings that kept our LGBTQ+ relatives safe & revered - the way our culture recognized at one point in history.

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