We are headed back to the West Coast for this week's Pride Guide. San Francisco hosts one of the largest gatherings of LGTQIA+ folks and allies in the nation. On their 53rd year of celebrating, this is a Pride you do not want to miss. Still after that perfect parade fit? Check out our Pride Collection here.
Grand Lighting Ceremony
June 23rd - 7:00pm
The wondrous rainbow flag made up of massive lasers will again flood San Francisco’s Market Street on Friday, June 23 and will continue for 3 nights, ending Sunday. Come to Harry Bridges Plaza from 7-10pm to watch the lighting, hear live music, and special guests. This event is free and open to the public, more info here.
Starting at 11am on Saturday at the San Francisco Civic Center, the Pride Festival is free to the public. Headlining this year's festivities are performers Princess Nokia and Hayley Kiyoko. With six stages, vendors, community booths and a plethora of food/beverages— you will not want to miss! More information on the festival here.
June 25th - 10:30am
The theme of this year's parade is "Looking Back and Moving Forward." The Pride Parade will be on on June 25th, beginning at 10:30am and going down Market Street from Embarcadero to the Celebration at Civic Center (around 8th). The parade has over 200 contingents and may go on for over 3 hours. More info here.
Remember this year for pride, our motto is Don't Say Gay, SCREAM IT! Check out our Pride Collection to help you scream it all month long.