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2023 Seattle Pride Parade @ Downtown Seattle/4th Avenue
June 25 @ 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
The 2023 Seattle Pride Parade: GALACTIC LOVE is going to be out of this world! Join us for a dazzling display of LGBTQIA+ brilliance!
Join us for the 2023 Seattle Pride Parade taking place on Sunday, June 25, 2023 from 11:00am–3:00pm.
The Parade route will again run downtown Seattle along 4th Ave, between Pike St and Denny Way. This LGBTQIA+ reunion is a free, fun, community-wide celebration advancing awareness of LGBTQIA+ issues and promoting mutual respect and equal human rights for all. RSVP for reminders & event updates (RSVP is not required to attend)!
The parade will feature the participation of some of Seattle’s most beloved community groups, civic leaders, brands and businesses. The parade route will feature three stages, two alcohol gardens, food trucks, grandstand seating, and ADA priority seating.
- Westlake Park: Stage, Alcohol Garden, Food Trucks, Grandstand Seating, ADA Priority Seating
- 4th & Lenora: Stage, Alcohol Garden, Food Trucks, Grandstand Seating, ADA Priority Seating
- 4th & Denny Way: Stage
For more information about Seattle Pride’s 49th annual Pride Month celebrations, visit SeattlePride.org/Seattle-Pride-Month
!!!GIVEAWAY!!! Want a chance to win two tickets to Thing 2023 (an all-ages music & arts festival)? RSVP for event reminders and a chance to win! We will draw a winner at random in early July 2023.
!!!DISCOUNT!!! Show your event confirmation at Fjällräven Seattle to receive and exclusive discount June 23rd – 25th
Get Involved: Volunteer sign-up is open! Click here to learn more about volunteer opportunities!
Grandstand seating is bleacher style seating available for purchase in advance. Sit down and enjoy the parade from the front row!
ADA Priority Seating is available to those with accessibility needs (and two other individuals in their group, regardless of accessibility needs). These seats must be reserved in advance.
BIPOC attendees can use promo code ” STARDUST ” for a 50% discount – input at the top of the next page. Seattle Pride does not assume BIPOC attendees do not have access to wealth; it is our way of working to address the historical and ongoing damage to the Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color.