Scandelles at Pride Toronto 2008

Pride 2008: Dyke Day Saturday in Photos


Despite forecasted thunderstorms, thousands showed up for Pride Toronto 2008's Dyke March and Pride Saturday festivities yesterday. Of course, lucky us, the supposed forecast didn't hold true (what else is new?) and the afternoon was sunny and beautiful.

Saturday was a jam packed schedule of incredible concerts, drag royalty, burlesque, dancing and the all-important marching... photo highlights after the jump.

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Melanie C performs for mass crowds.

Melanie C on stage at Pride TorontoDance Yourself to Death at Pride 2008


Dance Yourself to Death get the South Stage audience goin'.

Dance Yourself to DeathDance Yourself to DeathEmber Swift


Ember Swift

Leisha Hailey of Uh Huh Her


Uh Huh Her

Uh Huh HerDeb Pierce as Anne Murray


Proud FM host, Deb Pierce, as Canadian icon Anne Murray.

Fritz Helder & the Phantoms


Fritz Helder & the Phantoms

The Hidden Cameras, choir


The Hidden Cameras

The Hidden CamerasThe Hidden CamerasDragonette


Dragonette

Dragonette on Stage at Pride Toronto

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