BOZEMAN, Mont. -

Downtown Bozeman was busy Saturday morning as a crowd came out to watch the Interchange parade and rally.

It is the inaugural year of the festival.

When we spoke with the founder of Interchange, Tate Chamberlin, he tells us this is meant to be an inclusive festival, and not just for the LGBT community.

"Our job right now is to not create a political festival, but a social human rights festival. It is sustainable and a good time with education and rallies. It is a cool concept that is not pushing an agenda. It is simply pushing being human," said Chamberlin.

The festival continues Sunday with the Interchange Kiki Garden Party and Brunch.