Sessions partners with Pride St. Louis for Pride is Alive

Sessions Live keeps the Pride party going by partnering with Pride St. Louis to present Pride is Alive at Ballpark Village, a live-in person celebration which will include live streams starring Neon Trees, Natasha Bedingfield, VINCINT, and more.  

Jordan Braxton, Director of Diversity, Inclusion and Outreach said, “PrideSTL is thrilled to be teaming with Sessions, to not only promote our Pride Is Alive Celebration to our St. Louis region but bring the celebration of Pride to people across the globe. Pride is everywhere!”

“The power of music uplifts people from all walks of life and Sessions is thrilled to continue to spread the joy of gender celebration in this special hybrid event. Our platform is proud to provide this opportunity for 194 countries to tune in as we bring music and culture together on this joyous occasion”, said Tim Westergren, Session Co-founder.  

Performances will stream on Saturday, August 28 at 3pm PT and Sunday 29th at 4PM PT.  

Saturday, August 28, 4pm PT

  • Neon Trees
  • Local Talent

Sunday, August 29, 3pm PT

  • Natasha Bedingfield
  • Local Talent

Tickets are $25 for a one day pass, $40 for a two day pass, Virtual VIP Group Meet & Greet starting at $45 (with Neon Trees, Natasha Bedingfield, or VINCINT), and 1:1 Virtual VIP Meet & Greet starting at $55 (with Neon Trees, Natasha Bedingfield, or VINCINT).  Virtual VIP streaming packages are available through the Festival store here 

About Sessions 

Sessions is co-founded by digital music pioneer and former Pandora founder Tim Westergren and fellow entrepreneur Gordon Su. Sessions is the only live streaming solution providing all of the necessary components for musicians to succeed: audience development, fan engagement, and state of the art monetization drawn from the most advanced techniques of virtual gaming. Available in over 194 countries and 18 languages, Sessions offers musicians anywhere in the world, at any stage of their career, an unprecedented opportunity to develop a global audience and earn substantial and sustainable revenue. 

About Pride is Alive 

Pride is Alive is a free outdoor event and is open to our entire community. This event will run August 27 - 29, hosted at Ballpark Village.  For the last two years, we have not been able to celebrate with St. Louis’ annual PrideFest in June. Our community has been innovative in ways to bring people together, whether socially distant or virtually, and we have remained stronger together.  As we are slowly able to gather together, PrideSTL is hosting an event to bring our community together for the first time in two years. 


Vincint Cannady (born 1991), known by the mononym Vincint (stylized as VINCINT), is an American singer and songwriter. He is best known as a finalist on the first season of the singing competition The Four. He released his debut album, There Will Be Tears on June 11, 2021. 

About Natasha Bedingfield 

Natasha Bedingfield is a Grammy-nominated British singer-songwriter, actress, and TV personality. Bedingfield released her debut album, Unwritten, in 2004 and was nominated for a Grammy for the title track in the Best Female Pop Vocal Performance category. Since then she has released three additional albums, N.B. (2007), Strip Me (2010), and Roll with Me (2019). 

About Neon Trees  

Neon Trees is an American rock band from Provo, Utah. The band received nationwide exposure in late 2008 when they opened several North American tour dates for the band The Killers. Not long after, the band was signed by Mercury Records. Since their formation, Neon Trees has released four studio albums: Habits (2010), Picture Show (2012), Pop Psychology (2014), and I Can Feel You Forgetting Me (2020).

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