51 Years! Pittsburgh Pride March & Parade

She's not older, just wiser

Saturday, June 1 marks 51 years of Pride in Pittsburgh. Come celebrate Pride month with the annual Pittsburgh Pride march and parade Downtown to the North Side.

Line Up:

Line up for the march and parade will begin at 10:00 AM at 11th Street and Liberty Avenue downtown near the Strip District. All vehicles (except motorcycles) must enter the lineup from 16th Street and Liberty Avenue. Vehicles must be in lineup by 11:00 AM NO EXCEPTIONS.

Registered organizations are asked to remain in their assigned zones until instructed otherwise by volunteers. There is no assigned order, only zones.

o   Zone 1 – Liberty Ave and 11th Street – All individual marchers — everyone is invited to march as a community. Join us directly at Liberty and 11th Street or hop in as the parade makes its way to the Pittsburgh Pride Festival.

o   Zone 2 – Liberty Ave and 12th Street – LGBTQ+ Groups & Service Organizations without vehicles

o   Zone 3 – Liberty Ave and 13th Street – LGBTQ+ Groups & Service Organizations with vehicles

o   Zone 4 – Liberty Ave and 14th Street – All Small Businesses & Corporations

Speakers at 11:30 AM. Parade steps off at noon SHARP.

LGBTQ Motorcycle Riders

All LGBTQ motorcycle riders are invited to ride at the front of the Pittsburgh Pride Parade. We will be joined by members of the Empire City Motorcycle Club. Help lead the way for the giant Pride flag, the grand marshal, the banner and the community carrying over 100 Progress Pride flags. Line up starts at 10am. Motorcycles can arrive directly at 11th and Liberty Ave via Penn Ave. No need to register.


From 11th Street at Liberty Avenue the parade will proceed down Liberty Avenue towards 7th Street, turn right on 7th Street and continue across the Andy Warhol Bridge, continue on Sandusky Street, turn left onto South Commons, and proceed to Allegheny Commons Park West for the Pittsburgh Pride Festival.

Where to watch?

The parade steps off at noon. The best viewing locations are along Liberty Avenue in Downtown, the Andy Warhol Bridge, and West Commons as the parade reaches the festival. All are welcome to join the march and parade as it passes!

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