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JORDY and Mila Jam to Headline Boston’s Pride Festival

Boston Pride for The People Parade and Festival Takes Place June 8 

BOSTON - Boston Pride For The People (BP4TP) today announced two nationally known acts, JORDY and Mila Jam, will co-headline the Pride festival on Saturday, June 8th on Boston Common. 

“Each of these artists will not only wow the audience with their extraordinary talents and performances, but also serve as wonderful reminders that showing up as our authentic selves is a bold and courageous act that sends a message to the world that our community is still here, in living color,” said Adrianna Boulin, President of Boston Pride for the People. 

JORDY is an acclaimed pop singer/songwriter, who will be releasing his third studio album SEX WITH MYSELF on Friday, June 14. His 2018 breakout debut “Just Friends” gathered tens of millions of streams. He continued to progress from Mind Games [2021] to the critically acclaimed BOY [2023]. Huffington Post hailed the latter as “an introspective listen that doesn’t skimp on sonic joy, and Rolling Stone applauded its lead single “Story of a Boy” as “a welcome twist with lyrics that speak to JORDY’s all-too-relatable experience as a queer person coming of age. Meanwhile, JORDY not only shined on stage at festivals such as Lollapalooza, Firefly,OUTLOUD at WeHo Pride, and Bottle Rock, but he also ignited television on NBC’s TODAY andThe Kelly Clarkson Show. And during his ascent, his diaristic, authentic voice earned him nominations at the GLAAD Media Awards (Outstanding Breakthrough Music Artist), the iHeartRadio Music Awards (Social Star), and the Queerty Awards (Favorite Music Video [i get high] + Best Anthem [Story of a Boy]).

Mila Jam, a transgender star and self-proclaimed artivist is a YouTube sensation turned original pop artist who has toured internationally with the Broadway musical RENT; performed with Chaka Khan at Chicago’s Pride In The Park and alongside James Brown, Mark Ronson, Laverne Cox, Travis Wall, Jody Watley, Lady Kier (Deee-Lite) & Natasha Bedingfield.

The Boston Pride for the People Festival will take place from noon to 6 p.m. on Boston Common, is free and is open to people of all ages. No advance tickets are required. The event will take place following New England’s largest LGBTQ Pride Parade which kicks off in Copley Square at 11 a.m. A 21+ block party will also be held on City Hall Plaza till 8 p.m.

About Mila Jam

Mila Jam fills every room with talent, personality & undeniable style. A YouTube Sensation turned Original Pop Artist, Mila is known around the world for her unforgettable stage performances & one of a kind music videos. Mila has toured internationally with the Broadway musical RENT; performed with Chaka Khan at Chicago’s Pride In The Park and alongside James Brown, Mark Ronson, Laverne Cox, Travis Wall, Jody Watley, Lady Kier (Deee-Lite) & Natasha Bedingfield. Appearances include the BBC’s The Lilly Allen Show, Sky News, Daily Blast Live, GLAAD Media Awards, MTV & MTV NEWS with special features on The Huffington Post,,,, and prominently featured in Cadillac’s Audacity of Blackness commercial as well as Google’s Black Trans Lives Matter ad campaign. Her song ‘Faces’ was featured in Ralph Lauren’s Polo Pride campaign and ‘Regarding Veronica’ with ‘Eye One You’ featured in Amazon’s ‘Clean Slate’. She is the Odyssey Nightlife Awards Breakthrough Artist, the GLAM Nightlife Awards Best Video & Dance Artist and the talk show host of an original YouTube Talk Show Series titled ‘I’m From Driftwood’.


JORDY is going to talk about hookups, heartbreak, sex, and love without apology. He’s going to draw you to the center of the dancefloor where the lights are the brightest and the inhibitions are the lightest. He’s going to invite you to ride shotgun on the wildest night you can imagine. Ultimately, he’s going to inspire you to live a little freer and love (yourself) a little harder.


The Los Angeles-based pop singer and songwriter holds nothing back on his much-anticipated third project, the independent SEX WITH MYSELF album (out Friday, June 14), and much more to come. The award-nominated pop singer/songwriter - who’s garnered praise for high-impact, inclusive, and authentically honest music - exhibits a newfound personal and creative freedom. The LP discusses hookups, heartbreak, pleasure, sex, and love without apology - and of course - being in touch with and understanding your body. Not to mention, it’s arriving in time for Pride Month. After one listen, you might just feel as good as JORDY does. 

Anyone individuals or companies interested in sponsorship opportunities should contact Individuals interested in volunteering are encouraged to sign up on the BP4TP website


Boston Pride For The People (BP4TP) is the volunteer and community-run non-profit organization working to empower, celebrate, commemorate, and educate in partnership with Boston’s LGBTQ+ communities. In 2023 BP4TP hosted and managed Boston’s first Pride parade and festivals in more than three years, bringing New England’s largest Pride parade back to its home in Boston. For more information visit: 

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Hola. Who at the committee is the contact for press credentialing for the Pride parade?

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