Manila Luzon, Derrick Barry And Rainbows Galore At Honolulu Pride

This year's parade was the largest yet, drawing over 20,000 spectators.

Hawaii became even more colorful this past weekend when the 2016 Honolulu Pride Parade and Festival took over the streets of Waikiki.

This year's parade—a project of the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation—was the largest in its 25 year history with over 20,000 spectators and over 1,000 participants. Former Hawaii governor Neil Abercrombie even served as one of the grand marshals.

Check out pics from the celebration below including former Drag Race contestants Manila Luzon and Derrick Barry, who brought the house down with packed performances at Honolulu's Scarlet Club.

Happy Honolulu Pride y'all ???

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