First-ever festival

A large crowd gathers at the Paducah riverfront Saturday to watch a lineup of performers during the inaugural Western Kentucky Pride Festival. Food trucks, crafters and a number of tents from local businesses populated this inclusive festival. The festivities continue until 2 p.m. today.

THOMAS DEAN STEWART | The Sun

A large crowd gathers at the Paducah riverfront Saturday to watch a lineup of performers during the inaugural Western Kentucky Pride Festival. Food trucks, crafters and a number of tents from local businesses populated this inclusive festival. The festivities continue until 2 p.m. today.

THOMAS DEAN STEWART | The Sun

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