Tucson Pride Parade and Festival 2018

Tucson Pride Parade and Festival

Tucson Pride Parade:

Registration for Floats: 8:30am

Registration for Walkers: 9:30am

Parade step-off: 11:00am

Step-off from Country Club Rd/ Manchester St marching south on Country Club to Reid Park/ Concert Place.

The Tucson Pride in the Desert Parade’s mission is to celebrate the Pride, Diversity, and Culture of our community. This year’s Pride Parade is returning to its roots, returning to Reid Park and will open this year’s Tucson Pride Festival, which will follow the parade at Reid Park at 12pm.

The theme for this year’s event is “New Beginnings.” Celebrate as Tucson Pride and LGBTQ+ community looks to the future!

Tucson Pride Festival, begins at noon.

Following the Tucson Pride Parade to Reid Park, this all day, family inclusive festival has over 50 retail, non-profit & food vendors plus community resources offering a fun and safe space for all facets of the LGBTQ+ to represent themselves, proudly! A variety of entertainers, LGBTQ+ local artists and national headlining acts will take the stage.

$20 at door/ early bird special online/high school, college, senior and military discounts.

Kids 12 and under admitted FREE of charge.

See website/Facebook for updates on entertainment and performers:

Parade: https://www.facebook.com/events/446884609162348/

Festival: https://www.facebook.com/events/593349364380571/ 

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