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Five things NOT to do at Denver PrideFest

Denver PrideFest 2013 is this weekend, and there will be music, food, drink, live entertainment and a big-ass parade on Sunday morning. the people-watching opportunities alone are worth the trip downtown and the parking hassles.

But every PrideFest has its perils and pitfalls, and in order not to be named and shamed on Monday morning's Facebook feed, here are five things NOT to do at Denver PrideFest. (This list also applies to every other Pride event, everywhere else, so commit it to your "brain-bow" file.)

See also: - Denver PrideFest 2013 announces headliners Taylor Dayne and Martha Wash - PrideFest 2012 weekend: hotter (and more sunburned) than ever - Taking pride in Pride: Here's what it means to be an ally

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Jenn Wohletz
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