LGBT pride on display at Jersey City festival

Jersey City's LGBT Pride Festival was held on Saturday.



The event featured acrobatic acts, food, live music and entertainment on two stages.



On hand were more than 90 vendors as well.



Festival organizers say Jersey City is home to the largest LGBTQ community in the state.



Co-chairman Michael Billy says the festival started with small meet-ups in coffee shops and living rooms.



The Jersey City Pride Festival ends at 8 p.m.



The PATH train is alerting riders to expect delays, as it expects thousands to make their way to the event.


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