The San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Celebration Committee is excited to announce the 44th Annual San Francisco LGBT Pride Parade and Celebration (SF Pride), to take place Saturday and Sunday, June 28th and 29th. Annually, the two-day event is the largest free gathering of LGBT people and allies in the nation; with nearly 300 exhibitors, and more than 20 community-produced stages and venues. The crown jewel of the weekend is the Pride Parade on Sunday morning; and with over 230 contingents registered for 2014, organizers are planning for another spectacular year. Notes George Ridgely, Executive Director of SF Pride, “As with each celebration, we are honored to dedicate a weekend of merriment and commemoration to the courageous work of the LGBT community members and supporters who tirelessly advocate for equality and inclusion every day of the year.”
San Francisco "Color Our World With Pride"
Published at 1:07 PM PDT on Jun 12, 2014 | Updated at 2:58 PM PDT on Jun 19, 2014
The San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration Committee invites you to join in the weekend of activities as we “Color Our World With Pride”; and enjoy yourself as you witness the nation’s largest LGBT Pride Parade and celebrate with us at one of the many community stages at San Francisco’s Civic Center. Attendees and spectators are asked to assist in the year-round mission of SF Pride, and in support of more than 60 local nonprofit community partners, by donating $5 to $10 at the entry gates.
Grandstand seating is available for the Parade, and SF Pride will host its annual VIP Party at City Hall on Sunday, June 29th from 2:00 PM– 5:00 PM; tickets for both are available at sfpride.org. Speakers, entertainers, and special guests at this year’s event include: New York Times bestselling author Janet Mock, popular TV personality Ross Matthews, DOMA litigator Roberta Kaplan, former Congressman Barney Frank, fashion correspondent EJ Johnson, renowned comedian Marga Gomez, Billboard Top 10 artist Debby Holiday, Iceland’s electrifying Steed Lord, South African-born attorney and human rights activist Melanie Nathan, San Francisco musical natives The She’s and Katdelic, and much more. TheGrammy award-winning Mexican synthpop band Belanova will be performing at the Latin Stage on Sunday, June 29th.
A complete list of activities, entertainment, and event information can be found at sfpride.org.
When: June 28 and 29, 2014
Time: Parade (June 29th) at 10:30 a.m.
Where: Market & Beale and ends at Market & 8th Street in downtown San Francisco