According to a news release, the nonprofit chose not to hold its annual festival in 2020 due to coronavirus concerns and wanting to give space to other organizations such as Black Lives Matter.
"We never want to add to the noise but instead be intentional with our platform; we want to spread love and joy," The Woodlands Pride CEO Jason Rocha said in the news release. "This year's festival will be about coming together as a community and celebrating the fact that we all made it through one of the strangest times in our history. We look forward to working with our community sponsors, exhibitors and welcoming all of our guests."
More information regarding the festival will be released closer to the festival's date. Those interested in being a sponsor or local entertainers that want to be involved this year are encouraged to email [email protected]