April 12, 2017 at 12:42 pm EDT | by Mariah Cooper
LeAnn Rimes to headline NYC Pride’s PrideFest

(LeAnn Rimes. Photo via NYC Pride.)

LeAnn Rimes will headline PrideFest, NYC Pride’s street festival, on Sunday, June 25.

Rimes is best known for her hits “How Do I Live” and “Can’t Fight the Moonlight.” She has supported LGBT organizations throughout her career.

“The LGBTQ community is family to me. We have been so supportive of each other over my entire career and my music wouldn’t be the same without their love and quite frankly, their inspiration,” Rimes said in a statement. “I am so honored and excited to perform at PrideFest. Get ready, it’s going to be epic!”

PrideFest will take place on Hudson Street between Abingdon Square and West 14th Street.

“There is no other free event during NYC Pride quite like PrideFest, and LeAnn’s performance is sure to bring things to a whole new level,” Lori Roberto Fine, PrideFest Director, said in a statement. “We can’t wait to have her and our roster of performers join with hundreds of non-profits and businesses, along with hundreds of thousands of revelers on Hudson Street.”

New York Pride will also include other performers like Patti LaBelle, Years & Years and Deborah Cox.

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