Rainbow flags are flying high in Kelman Plaza this afternoon at Tallahassee's Annual Pride Fest.
Dozens of vendors from all over South Georgia and North Florida set up shop to promote gay rights. Visitors can buy t-shirts, flags and artwork.
There is also food and a kids sections for children to enjoy.
Mayor Andrew Gillum presented a city proclamation which organizers say was a huge honor.
"It's a really good feeling. It's great to have that support and to know that in our community our local government us very supportive of our effort, to hear out our concerns and make sure that we're being taken care of," Josh Willoughby, Festival Coordinator said.
There was also free HIV testing available on site. The festival is hosted by Tallahassee's LGBT Community Center.