Our Big List of PRIDE 2019–2020 Festivals & Celebrations around the World

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When are the Pride parades happening in 2019? It’s time to mark your gay pride calendar. Whether you want to make sure you’re ready for your local LGBTQ festival or plan to go parade-hopping around the world, you’ll find help here.

February 2019
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April 2019
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May 2019

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July 2019
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February 2020
  • February 1–16: Auckland Pride Festival — Auckland, New Zealand. There will be LGBTQ events throughout the month of February, including the Pride Gala (Feb. 1), OurMarch and OurParty (Feb. 8), Ending HIV Big Gay Out (Feb. 9), and Same Same But Different (Feb. 14–15).
  • February 20—25: Gay Mardi Gras in New Orleans — New Orleans, Louisiana
March 2020
April 2020
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June 2020
  • June 1–7: Gay Pride Sitges — Sitges, Spain
  • June 3–7: Key West Pride — Key West, Florida. While Key West almost always seems like a little slice of gay paradise, Pride is a particularly good time to stop by. Though it’s high summer, cross breezes (and plenty of tropical cocktails) keep revelers feeling cool.
  • June 5–June 7: Provincetown Pride — Provincetown, Massachusetts

  • June 5–7: Tusla Pride — The Parade is on Saturday, June 6.
  • June 5-7: Sonoma County Pride — Sonoma County, California
  • June 5—14: Capital Pride — Washington DC, US
  • June 5—June 16: Boston Pride – Hashtags include #RainbowResistance and #WickedProud.
  • June 6–7: Dallas Pride — Dallas, Texas
  • June 6: Magical Pride at Disneyland Paris — Disneyland Paris
  • June 6–7: Motor City Pride Festival — Detroit, Michigan
  • June 7: Queens Pride — Queens, New York
  • June 12-June 14: LA Pride — Los Angeles, California. Main parade to take place June 9. West Hollywood always serves up glamor and celebrities for Pride. June 8–9 will bring thousands to West Hollywood Park, to see headliners including Meghan Trainor. Keep your eyes trained on the afterparties for some of your favorite heartthrobs from the world of TV, film and music.
  • June 12–14: New Orleans Pride — New Orleans, Louisiana. Mardi Gras and Southern Decadence aren’t the only times to laissez les bon temps rouler (let the good times roll) in the cultural capital of Louisiana. Pride weekend promises a slate of events leading up to their Pride parade on Sunday.
  • June 13: Varese Pride — Varese, Italy
  • June 13: Zagreb Pride — Zagreb, Croatia
  • June 14—20: Tel Aviv Pride – Tel Aviv, Israel.
  • June 19–20: Stonewall Columbus Pride — Columbus, Ohio
  • June 19–21: Baltimore Pride — Baltimore, Maryland.
  • June 19-28: Oslo Pride — Oslo, Norway. Main parade to take place June 27.
  • June 20: Rhode Island Pride — Providence, US.
  • June 20–21: Chicago Pride Fest (AKA the Chicago Gay Pride Parade) — Chicago, Illinois
  • June 20-21: Denver Pridefest — Denver, Colorado
  • June 26–28: St Pete Pride — St. Petersburg, Florida
  • June 27: Cincinnati Pride — Cincinnati, Ohio
  • June 27: Pride San Antonio — San Antonio, Texas
  • June 26—July 11: Bristol Pride — Bristol, UK.; Pride Day is Saturday, July 11.
  • June 27–28: Nashville Pride — Nashville, Tennessee
  • June 27–28: Twin Cities Pride — Minneapolis, Minnesota — The Parade is on Sunday, June 28.
July 2020
August 2020

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Last modified: November 14, 2019