New York Pride is changing things up this year and turning the ironic Pier 26 into Pride Island a new three-day cultural and concert series that will feature performances by Tegan and Sara, Years & Years and dance diva Deborah Cox.

“While LGBT Pride at its heart is about activism and social change, we also believe that our community needs a space to celebrate who we are and what we’ve achieved, and that’s why we created Pride Island,” said Jose Ramos, Pride Island Director. “Each day focuses on different musical sounds and styles that people from all walks of life will be excited about; from celebrated music icon Patti LaBelle to indie pop stars like Tegan and Sara and Years & Years. “While LGBT Pride at its heart is about activism and social change, we also believe that our community needs a space to celebrate who we are and what we’ve achieved, and that’s why we created Pride Island,” said Jose Ramos, Pride Island Director. “Each day focuses on different musical sounds and styles that people from all walks of life will be excited about; from celebrated music icon Patti LaBelle to indie pop stars like Tegan and Sara and Years & Years.

The Sunday headliner, which is typically the largest night of the events has yet to be announced. Past performers include Cher, Demi Lovato and Ariana Grande. Organizers have stated that Pride Island isn’t slated to replace the favorite Dance on the Pier, which is the grand closing party of NYC Pride.

Pride Island is a ticketed event and tickets go on sale, this Friday at noon. You can purchase tickets here.