March 9th to 12th, 2023  



Unicorn Reawakened | 7:00 PM | NATC


Drag Bingo Après | 3:30 | Red Antler

LaughOUT | 8:30 PM | Red Antler 19+

Hanky Party | 9:30 PM | Red Antler 19+


Morning MX | 8AM | Lord Aberdeen Hotel Coffee Shop

QUSIC Apres | 3:30PM | Red Antler

Mountain Pride Parade | 6:45PM | Meet at Gondola

FruitCake Drag Show | 8PM | NATC 19+

FruitCake Dance Party | Doors 9:30 PM | Red Antler 19+


Drag Brunch | 10:00 AM | Show 11 AM | The Den

Events + Tickets


What would you do if your entire ability to earn your livelihood was taken away in mere moments? For many artists, the pandemic was that case. The Unicorn Reawakened tells that story. A story of adaptability, struggle and creative triumph. Penned and created by Dustyn Baulkham and performed by Dustyn, Matthew Presidente, Toddy and Ella Lamoureux, this show will take you through the mindset of how these artists adapted and conquered.


Tickets are completely free, thanks to the generous support of Heritage Canada. This is an all ages event but does have some adult themes. 16+ recommended.


Join our talent for a bingo spectacular! Ok, ok, they’ll just be calling out the numbers, but we can guarantee they’ll be making fun of you the whole time

Bingo cards can be purchased by donation. This is a 19+ event (may change).



Queer comedy at its finest! Come join us for an evening of jokes, drinks and good times! laughOUT features both established and up-and-coming comedians testing their comedy chops.

This is a ticketed event, and is 19+.


Before sniffies or grindr or adam4adam, folks in our community used a flagging system using handkerchiefs (hankies) while ‘cruising’ to determine what their prospective lover was into. Each colour corresponds with a particular ‘activity’ and where it is worn indicates ‘how you like it’- it was called the Hanky Code.

So what is a Hanky Party?

The team from Health Initiative for Men will greet you at the door with an array of hankies – wear them how you want and use them to break the ice with other partygoers. HIM currently has 11 different hanky colours available for attendees to choose from, so don't be afraid to let us know what you are into! We will throw it back to the 80's with Ella Lamoureux as she walks us through the ins and outs of the hanky code.

At the end of the night, you will walk away with a piece of history and even more knowledge about what HIM does to support the health and well-being of our communities, so come and celebrate Peak Pride by supporting HIM!


Morning MX is a chance to come grab a coffee, meet some new people, and get set for another great day of skiing!

Good Morning, MX! Join us bright and early before the ski day to meet some fellow Peak Pride goers, grab a coffee, have a chat and find some buddies to explore the resort with.


This is an all ages event, but is geared towards adults.

About HIM:

Health Initiative for Men (HIM) honours the xʷməθkwəy̓əm (Musqueam), Skwxwú7mesh (Squamish), and səlil̓ilw̓ətaʔɬ (Tsleil-Waututh) Nations, and the territories of many nations on the west coast of Turtle Island, on whose unceded and stolen land we live and work. As uninvited inhabitants, we acknowledge that this space is and always will be Indigenous land.

HIM is a nonprofit society that aims to strengthen the health and well-being in communities of self-identified GBQ men and gender diverse people in BC. We offer a full spectrum of health-based programming and services to meet the sexual, mental, physical and social health needs of communities of self-identified GBQ men and gender diverse people in BC. 

Our health centres in the Lower Mainland as well as our anonymous testing events in the BC Interior provide GBQ men and gender diverse people with HIV/STI prevention and treatment services. Additionally, our mental health programs provide our communities with access to counselling and support through peer counsellors who work with clients on matters relevant to their mental health such as loneliness, anxiety, coming out, racism, self-esteem/body image, aging, sex, substance use-related issues, and more.  

Physical and social health programs at HIM provide GBQ men and gender diverse people with opportunities to take a more holistic approach to health in an engaging setting that cultivates a sense of connection and builds community.


Get your pride flowing and your rainbow showing, because we’re having a pride parade! Beginning at the top of the mountain, this rainbow parade will make its way down a chosen route, and finish in the village. Don’t want to ski? No problem! Feel free to join us on foot as the parade enters the village

This is a family and free event! A lift ticket is required to start with the parade at the top of the mountain however.


After a long day of skiing, come relax, have a few drinks and chat with some new people at Apres!


This is the can’t miss event at Peak Pride. Featuring performances by Ella Lamoureux and more, this is an inclusive night that will stay with you long after the snow settles on Peak Pride! This one always sells out.

This is a ticketed event, and is 19+.


The party of all parties at peak Pride! FruitCake is the place to see and be seen, and is an opportunity to make some new friends while catching up with some familiar faces with a live DJ and dance party - this one always sells out!

This is a ticketed event, and is 19+.


After a long weekend of events, what better way to finish it off than with Drag Brunch! Food and drag are always a great cure for whatever ails you. Fruitcake was fun, huh ;)

This is a ticketed event, and is 16+ with parent/guardian present.

Performances by Ella Lamoureux and Wanda Lust!


Peak Pride attendees save 15% off their minimum two night stay on mountain! Call 1-800-663-4431 or email info@skisilverstar.com to book your stay.




Who made Peak Pride

Peak Pride is a concept created by Rebellious Unicorns.

Is this all ages?

Yes and no! Some events will be all ages, while others will be 19+. Check the event descriptions for each to be sure before you purchase your tickets!