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Pride Guide 2024: The ultimate guide to parades, parties, and more

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Pride Month is almost upon us, and with that comes plenty of opportunities for community and fun. Across Washington, there will be events throughout the summer, from Pride parades to learning opportunities. Have a look at the festivities highlighted here and go have some fun this month!

May 31
Snohomish Pride
May 31—June 1

Snohomish Pride is a two-day weekend festival with lots of activities for all ages, including family picnic, Pride parade, and drag shows. For more information, visit https://www.historicdowntownsnohomish.org/snohomishpride

June 1
Paws and Pride Dog Walk

Bring your pup to this unique event and take a stroll around Bellevue Downtown Park, or grab a brew from the beer garden and watch a drag show unlike anything you've seen before. This year will also feature the unveiling of Bellevue's first creative pavement treatment.

Registration is free; however, donations are accepted and will go to Seattle Humane in Bellevue and Lambert House. To register, go to https://www.bellevuedowntown.com/events/paws-and-pride-dog-walk

Pine Street Pride

Centralia will host its fourth annual Pride festival at Pine Street Plaza. This kid-friendly event will have activities, crafts, and entertainment throughout the day. For more information, visit https://lewiscountypride.org/events

Mariners Pride Jersey Night
The Seattle Mariners are celebrating Pride all month long, kicking it off with an exclusive Pride jersey fans can receive through an online promotion. For more information or to buy tickets, go to https://www.mlb.com/mariners/tickets/specials/pride

Seattle: Pride in the Park  

Pride in the Park

Kick off Pride Month in Seattle with Pride in the Park, a fun, family-friendly event with plenty of things to do and see. Enjoy the variety of performances, Queer vendors, and teen space. To see a full lineup, visit https://seattlepride.org/events/pride-in-the-park-2024

White Center Pride Street Festival

Celebrate the 5th annual White Center Pride Street Festival all day, with performances, food, a beer garden, over 100 LGBTQ+ vendors, and more! Wristbands are available for purchase ahead of time, which come with discounts on food and drinks and preferred seating. For more information or to buy a wristband, visit https://www.whitecenterpride.org/2024-pride-street-festival

Taking Pride in Capitol Hill

Join members of the LGBTQIA+ community at the Plaza at Connection on Broadway and Denny (the northwest corner of Cal Anderson Park) for a fun event to clean up the neighborhood and share a meal together. Free T-shirts are first-come, first-served! To register, visit https://www.seattlepridefest.org/schedule/2024/6/1/taking-pride-in-capitol-hill

June 2
Run and Walk with Pride

Seattle Frontrunners will host a running and walking event to raise money for Peer Seattle. Participants can chose 4k or 8k and will receive a Brooks running shirt. Virtual participation is also available for those who prefer not to gather. To register and learn more, visit https://runsignup.com/Race/WA/Seattle/RunWalkwithPride

June 7
Astoria Pride
Various times

Astoria Pride weekend involves numerous activities for all ages, from a pub crawl to Pride in the park. The Pride Gayla will return for its ninth year on Saturday night, with a full evening of entertainment and fun. Then relax Sunday morning at the Pride Brunch. For a full list of events and to buy tickets, go to https://astoriaoregonpride.org/astoria-pride-2024-events

Burien Pride
Various times

Three full days of fun in downtown Burien! Activities will include a street dance party, an all-day street festival, and drag queen bingo and brunch. For more information, go to https://www.burienpride.com

Spokane Pride  

June 7—9
Spokane Pride

This three-day celebration kicks off on June 7, with a parade; live performances happen on June 8 at Riverfront Park. There will be activities for all ages, with a dedicated Youth Zone and Spark Pride Kids Zone.

"Our events tie a large portion of our community together," said Matthew Danielson, executive director of Spokane Pride. "We are using Pride to revivify and create new cultural institutions that make our community more connected and a better, happier place to call home, and promote health and well-being with our vaccine clinics and health outreach activities."

For more information, visit https://www.spokanepride.org/pride2024

June 8
Chelan Pride
Various times

The third annual Chelan Pride in Riverwalk Park will feature live music, vendors, a beer garden, and youth activities. If you're looking to experience the area's iconic wine scene, the Pour Out the Love wine tour will take you through Chelan and Manson. For more details, visit https://chelanpride.org

Lake Stevens Pride
Various times

Pride on the Lake is back with food trucks, vendors, live music, and workshops. It's guaranteed to be an unforgettable weekend! For more information, visit https://www.facebook.com/groups/165547916337045

Olympic Pride

Port Townsend will celebrate Pride in style at Pope Marine Park, with over 40 booths and entertainment for all ages. A full schedule of events is coming soon. For more information, visit https://theproductionalliance.org/events/pride

Woodinville Pride

The third annual Woodinville Pride will take place at Wilmot Gateway Park, promising a fun afternoon filled with performances by various artists, ranging from drag shows to poetry. Over 50 vendors will also be present, featuring art, community support, and much more. For more information and to see a full lineup of performances, visit https://woodinvillepride.org

Yakima Pride

Have you ever wanted to see a 130-foot Pride flag? Then you can't miss Yakima Pride, a full day of fun, including a parade, live entertainment, food, and many vendors to explore. For those 21+, there is also an after-party starting at 8 p.m. with music, drag performances, and drinks. To learn more, visit https://www.yakimapride.org/about

SnoValley Pride  

June 9
SnoValley Pride

Carnation will hold its second annual Pride Picnic at Tolt Commons, a fun, family-friendly event with live music and crafts. There will be food provided, including vegan options, catered by the Carnation Cafe.

"SnoValley Pride is breaking the stereotype that rural areas aren't welcoming to our LGBTQ+ residents, visitors, and allies!" said founder Gregory Jamiel. "We want people who come to our picnic to feel safe, seen, and welcomed in one of the most beautiful and relaxing places in the Seattle area."

For more information, visit https://snovalleypride.com/pride-picnic-2024

Monroe Pride

The Monroe Equity Committee will host the fourth annual Monroe Pride at Skykomish River Park. Vendors, live entertainment, and games are just a few of the things to look forward to. To learn more, visit https://www.monroeequitycommunity.org/pride2023

June 13
Mariners Pride T-Shirt Night

Celebrate Pride at a Mariners game, with a special limited-edition T-shirt. To purchase tickets, go to https://www.mlb.com/mariners/tickets/specials/pride

June 15
Everett Pride

Join community members in Everett for a fun day of events. On Wetmore Avenue, explore the block party, featuring food trucks, vendors, and "the Gayest Car Show.: After that, there are three after-parties to attend, including an all-ages happening at Bayside Cafe and two 21+ events. For more information, visit https://www.everettpride.org

June 20
Pride Beyond Borders - Whidbey Institute

Hosted by presenters from Outreach International, this event looks into the status of LGBTQIA+ rights across the world. It's free but requires registration to ensure that everyone can be accommodated. To register, visit https://tinyurl.com/2024Pride

South Whidbey Pride  

June 22
South Whidbey Pride
Starting at 12pm

March through Langley to the South Whidbey Community Center for a fun afternoon of entertainment, games, vendors, and food! There will also be a special address by Ebo Barton from the Washington State LGBTQ Commission. For more information, visit https://www.southwhidbeypride.org/parade-and-celebration-1

Wenatchee Pride

Head to Memorial Park in downtown Wenatchee for a fun day of live entertainment, food, vendors, and the "Queer" Garden. For more information, go to https://www.wenatcheepride.org

June 28
Trans Pride Seattle

Hang out and celebrate with fellow Trans people at Volunteer Park and enjoy the resource fair and many live performances and music. This is an all-ages event; masks are required. For more information or accessibility questions, visit https://transprideseattle.org

June 29
PrideFest Capitol Hill

Celebrate 50 years of Pride at Cal Anderson Park on Capitol Hill, featuring a variety of food, vendors, and family programming and three stages of talent all day long. For a full schedule, visit https://www.seattlepridefest.org/schedule/2024/6/29/pridefest-capitol-hill

June 30
Beaverton Pride

Beaverton Pride returns for its seventh year for a day full of fun activities and entertainment. With performances by Blonde Neon and Sir Cupcake's Queer Circus, it's sure to be a great experience. For a full lineup, visit https://www.pridebeaverton.org

Seattle Pride Parade and PrideFest

Join your community as Seattle celebrates 50 years of Pride! The parade kicks off in Westlake Park and travels up 4th Avenue toward Seattle Center, where hundreds of vendors, food and drink options, and live entertainment await. For a full schedule, visit https://www.seattlepridefest.org/schedule/2024/3/28/pridefest-seattle-center

July 1
Rainier Pride Night, Tacoma

Enjoy baseball and Pride at Rainier Pride Night. Tickets include a free Pride shirt. Part of the proceeds go to Oasis Youth Center in Tacoma. To purchase tickets, go to https://fevo-enterprise.com/event/RPrideNight

July 6
Bellingham Pride
July 6—7

Bellingham will host two days of special events to celebrate Pride, including a family picnic, an all-ages dance, and the Bellingham Pride Parade!

"From its humble beginnings consisting of six to eight 'pop-up' day shades in Fairhaven Park in 2002, Pride in Bellingham celebrates 22 years," said Betty Desire of Bellingham Pride. "Twenty thousand 'Hamsters joined in the revelry of Pride 2023, and we are well on the way to surpassing that attendance this year!"

For more information, including a list of all the Pride-themed events in Bellingham during June and July, visit https://prideinbellingham.org/2024-events

July 13
Tacoma Pride Festival

Tacoma Pride Festival is back and filling the streets with entertainment, food, and vendors. For those 21+, there is also a block party at the Mix, with DJs and drag performances. To learn more, visit https://tacomapride.org/prideevents

July 20
Kitsap Pride
Time TBD

Save the date! Kitsap Pride is back at the county fairgrounds on July 20. More information to follow; check https://kitsappride.org for updates.

Portland Pride
July 20—21

Portland will host multiple Pride events, including the Waterfront Festival, the Trans Pride March, an alcohol-free Pride party, the Portland Dyke March, the Pride Parade, and Gaylabration, a 21+ dance party. To learn more, visit https://portlandpride.org/2024-portland-pride-official-events

August 16
Grays Harbor
August 16—17

Kick off Grays Harbor Pride with a free all-ages dance, then come back the next day for the Pride Festival. Enjoy vendors, food, and family-friendly entertainment. Stay into the evening for the free drag show! For more information, visit https://opghc.com