With 2021 in full swing, queer folks everywhere are already wondering what Pride season will look like this year. Luckily, Adam Lambert is here with an answer.
On Tuesday (Jan. 26), Pride Live and Lambert announced that the star is set to host and "curate" the organization's fourth annual Stonewall Day event in early June. In collaboration with Lambert's Feel Something Foundation -- an LGBTQ advocacy non-profit -- the annual celebration (which will again take place virtually this year) is set feature a number of musical performances and special appearances, each selected and orchestrated by Lambert himself.
"In June, I, on behalf of my Feel Something Foundation, will be partnering with Pride Live to curate Stonewall Day 2021 — a celebration which will include musical performances and more," the singer said in a video posted to his Twitter. "I am so excited. Each year, Stonewall Day marks the anniversary of the 1969 Stonewall Riots as the start of the LGBTQ rights movement. Stonewall Day benefits nonprofits that need our help as they continue to fight for equality."