People attending Sunday's 2015 Pride Fest in Little Rock, Arkansas said that there was a lot to celebrate this year.

Hundreds of people participated in the annual parade that ended with a festival outside the Clinton Presidential Library.

“We're just celebrating!” John Willis told NBC affiliate KARK. “It's been a really big year for all of us.”

In June, the Supreme Court struck down gay marriage bans in all 50 states, stating that gay and lesbian couples have a constitutional right to marry. Arkansas was among the states directly affected by the high court's ruling.

“The marriage equality win was such a huge win for all of us but it's just the start,” Willis added.

Sunday's festival included live music, food vendors and informational booths.