This weekend, San Francisco Pride will take over downtown for two days of LGBTQ+ celebration, culminating in Sunday's big parade. Hundreds of thousands of people will come to the city to celebrate queer diversity, love, and history. Here’s all you need to know, from parade times and routes to city street closures. Happy Pride!
San Francisco Pride is one of the oldest and largest LGBTQ+ parades in the world. Follow the floats down Market Street to Civic Center for the day-long celebration with live performances featuring headliner Pablo Vittar plus more than 200 exhibitors, food vendors, and drinks. The theme for 2019 is Generations of Resistance, a tip of the hat to the Stonewall riots, which turned 50 this year, and the 1966 Compton Cafeteria riots. When: Sunday, June 30, starting at 10:30 a.m. Where: Along Market Street, from Embarcadero to Civic Center.
This year marks the 27th Dyke March in San Francisco where all dykes have the freedom for continued resistance. They call for all self-identified dykes to march and be visible. Join the rally at Dolores Park and then a march through Castro Street back to Dolores Park. When: Saturday, June 29—rally begins at 11 a.m. and march starts at 5 p.m. Where: Rally happens in Dolores Park. The march starts from Dolores Street along 18th Street to Valencia Street to 16th Street and up into the Castro to 18th and back to Dolores Park.
Courtesy of Curbed, here’s a breakdown of everything you need to know about Pride-related street closures, public transit reroutes, and more.
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