Marshmello will perform at the 2019 Capital Pride Concert along with fellow headliners Zara Larsson, Todrick Hall, Shea Diamond, Nina West and Calum Scott. The Capital Pride Concert kicks off on Sunday, June 9 at 1 p.m. on Pennsylvania Avenue at Third Street N.W.
Admission is free but Concert Pit and VIP passes are for sale.
“The Capital Pride Alliance is thrilled to announce such a diverse slate of performers for the 2019 Pride Concert. The wide range of talent, experience and contributions of these artists speaks to our theme of shhhOUT: Past, Present & Proud,” Ryan Bos, Capital Pride Alliance Executive Director, said in a statement. “In these challenging political times for the LGBTQ+ community and as we mark the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall uprising, it is more important than ever to gather in community, solidarity, and resolve, to demonstrate that we will not be rendered invisible or further marginalized by any administration,” continued Bos. “Washington DC has much rich, important pre-Stonewall history and we look forward to our 44th annual Pride Celebration in the Nation’s Capital.”
Marshmello is an American DJ known for his collaborations with Selena Gomez, Larsson, Anne-Marie, among others. He work has earned him four Billboard Music Award nominations. His solo music video “Alone” boasts more than one billion views on YouTube.
Larsson is a Swedish pop singer known for her hit singles “Never Forget You” featuring out singer MNEK, “Ruin My Life” and “Ain’t My Fault.”
Hall is a singer, choreographer and YouTuber who has been featured on “RuPaul’s Drag Race” as a judge and counts Beyoncé as one of his fans.
Diamond is a New York City-based transgender soul singer who gained attention for her popular anthem “I Am Her.”
Scott is an out English singer who rose to popularity as a contestant on “Britain’s Got Talent” in 2015. Since then, he has released the hit singles “Dancing on My Own,” “Rhythm Inside” and “You Are the Reason,” among others.
West is a veteran drag performer and contestant on season 11 of “RuPaul’s Drag Race.”