Thousands of people are expected in downtown Lansing for the annual Michigan Pride Parade and Rally.
Organizers anticipate 10,000 people to show up at this year's festival, which is both a rally for LGBT rights and a celebration of strides made in the past year.
The event starts with a march from Old Town to the State Capitol at noon.
There will be a rally and commitment ceremony on the Capitol steps starting at 1 p.m., and live entertainment all day in Old Town.
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