We've been keeping you up to date about everything going on for Missoula Pride this year - and the event that most people are looking forward to is probably the Pride Parade on June 4th, which will lead into a street party that will last until about 10:30 PM in downtown Missoula.

But, what about after the street party? What are you going to do then?

Luckily, the party doesn't stop there - by our count, there are actually FOUR different afterparties happening around Missoula once the street party winds down. Here's a rundown of all of your options:

The Official Pride Afterparty at Conflux Brewing

DJs will keep the party moving at Conflux Brewing beginning at 10 PM. This is is for ages 21 and over and there is a $10 suggested donation at the door.

The All-Ages Pride Afterparty at the ZACC

Need something a little more family-friendly? Music by Auntie E. will keep things going beginning at 10 PM at the Zootown Arts Community Center. This one also has a $10 suggested donation.

The Official Pride Karaoke Afterparty at All Souls

Not satisfied with the music at the other afterparties? Why don't you sing it yourself instead? The Karaoke Afterparty will take place at All Souls on Broadway; and you guessed it, this is also a $10 suggested donation. This is for ages 21 and over.

The Official Pride Drag After Dark at Cranky Sam's

A special Drag After Dark show will take place at Crank Sam Public House right after the block party wraps up. This is for ages 18 and over.

Need more info on any of these events? Check out the events page on the Pride website for everything you need.

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