They marched, cheered and reveled on Main Street in Farmingdale Village Sunday in the first full return of the annual Long Island Pride Parade. Spectators draped in large Pride flags and dressed in rainbow colors danced to the booming music as dozens of groups marched down Main Street, passing restaurants and bars that were decorated with colorful balloons and posters. Ashley Lyons, a college student of Lindenhurst, grew emotional as she watched the parade. “I wanted to go to Pride for a few years. But I was always nervous because I wasn’t out. I came out during the pandemic,” she said. “I just feel really happy. … I feel like I’m among people that get me.” Sunday’s event, attended by thousands according to organizers, was the 32nd Pride festival organized by the LGBT Network of Long Island. It began in 1991 in Huntington and later went to Long Beach for three years. The parade went virtual in 2020 due to the pandemic. Last June, the festival came back with a concert in Eisenhower Park. This year’s event was the first in Farmingdale.