Take Pride in Your Ride

 

Two young girls support Seattle Pride Parade 2018

Seattle Pride fans. Photo credit: Seattle Pride Foundation 2018

Are you ready for Pride Weekend?  Our staff will be marching in the parade and handing out pins, so come grab your transit pride pin (check ’em out below!) and celebrate #RideTransitMonth and Seattle Pride! 

 

SDOT Staff with Pride in My Ride Pins

Our staff showing off our “I have pride in my ride!” pins for Ride Transit Month! Come grab a pin from us at this year’s Pride Parade!

 

 

With Seattle Transportation Benefit District funds, we’ve added over 6,800 weekly trips on routes serving Seattle, so it is easier to make transit your ride to Pride!

Before you hop on your favorite bus to the parade, check the Metro Alerts and Updates page to see any re-routes of buses for the parade route starting on 4th & Union.

 

F  R  I.  J  U  N 28

 

Wildrose Pride: 3-day event will close E. Pike St. & 11th Ave. Estimated attendance,  3k.

 

Union Pride Celebration and Street Party: 3-day festival will close 14th Ave. between E. Union & E. Madison Streets.  Event hours:
Friday,  4 PM – 2 AM , Saturday and Sunday,  2 PM – 2 AM.  Estimated attendance, 1.5k.

 

Queer/Bar Pride Fest: 3-day Pride festival.  Event will close a portion of 11th Ave. between E. Pike & E. Pine St. from Friday, 8 AM to Sunday 11:59 PM.  Estimated attendance, 1,5k.

Elysian Brewing’s Pride Beer Garden: At Elysian Brewing’s Capitol Hill location (1221 E. Pike St).  Event will close 13th Ave. between E. Pike St. & E. Madison St. Friday, 7 AM  –  11:59 PM,  Saturday, 4 PM – 10. Estimated attendance, 700.

 

Trans Pride Seattle 2019: March through the Capitol Hill neighborhood followed by festival at Cal Anderson Park.  Event hours:
6 – 10 PM.  Estimated attendance, 8K.

S A T. J U N 29

Wildrose Pride: 3-day event will close E. Pike St. & 11th Ave. Estimated attendance, 3K.

 

Union Pride Celebration and Street Party: 3-day festival will close 14th Ave. between E. Union & E. Madison Streets.  Event hours: Friday, 4 PM – 2 AM , Saturday and Sunday,  2 PM – 2 AM.  Estimated attendance, 1.5k.

 

Queer/Bar Pride Fest: 3-day Pride festival.  Event will close a portion of 11th Ave. between E. Pike & E. Pine St. Friday through Sunday,
8 AM –  11:59 PM.  Estimated attendance, 1,5k.

Julia’s on Broadway Pride: Event will close E. Thomas St. between Broadway E. & 10th Ave. E.  Event hours: 10 AM – 9 PM.  Estimated attendance is 100.

 

The Cuff Pride Street Party: Annual Pride event will close 13th Ave. between E. Pine & E. Pike Streets; Saturday and Sunday  6 AM Saturday to 11:59 PM.  Estimated attendance, 2k.

PrideFest Capitol Hill: Festival will close Broadway E. from E. John St. to E. Roy St. on Capitol Hill.  Festival hours: 12 – 9 PM.  Estimated attendance: 20k.

 

Seattle Dyke March: Rally at Seattle Central Community College Plaza from 5 – 7 PM, followed by march on Capitol Hill streets.
Event hours: 5 – 9 PM.  Estimated attendance: 800.

 

SUNDAY, JUNE 30:

 

Wildrose Pride: 3-day event will close E. Pike St. & 11th Ave. adjacent to The Wildrose (1021 E. Pike St.).  Estimated attendance: 3k.

 

Union Pride Celebration and Street Party: 3-day festival will close 14th Ave. between E. Union & E. Madison Streets.
Event hours: Friday 4 PM – 2 AM. Saturday and Sunday, 2 PM – 2 AM.  Estimated attendance: 1.5k.

 

Queer/Bar Pride Fest: 3-day Pride festival.  Event will close a portion of 11th Ave. between E. Pike and E. Pine St.
Friday and Sunday, 8 AM –  11:59 PM.  Estimated attendance: 1.5k.

The Cuff Pride Street Party: Annual Pride event will close 13th Ave. between E. Pine and E. Pike Streets from 6 AM Saturday to 11:59 PM Sunday.  Estimated attendance: 2.k.

 

Seattle Pride Parade: 45th annual Seattle Pride. Parade starts at 4th & Union, and ends at 2nd & Denny Way.  Parade participants will stage on 4th Ave. between S. Washington St, and Union St.  Event hours: 11 AM – 3 PM.  Estimated attendance is 200k.

 

PrideFest Seattle Center: The official Pride Festival at Seattle Center! This year celebrating 50 years since the start of the modern LGBTQ rights movement, ignited by the Stonewall Riots in New York. Free celebration, to honor the events where Pride began.  Festival hours:
12 – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance is 20k. Check out the 2019 Pride Map including street closures.

 

Pride: Woodlands T-Dance: Event at Redhook Brewlab will close E. Pike St. between Boylston Ave and Harvard Ave.  Event hours:
12 – 8 PM.  Estimated attendance: 900.