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PARADE INFO

Sunday June 26, 2022 ⋮ 11:00AM - 3:00PM
4th Ave, Downtown Seattle

Starts at 4th & Pike → Ends at 2nd Ave & Denny Way

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THIS PARADE IS GOING TO BE EPIC.

In our 48th year of celebration, the Seattle Pride Parade is our opportunity to commemorate the past, celebrate new wins for equality, and get encouragement for the work yet to come. And, quite frankly, it’s a hell of a lot of fun.

Seattle Pride Parade by the Numbers

  • THE
  • largest parade in Washington
  • 500,000
  • parade-goers
  • 200
  • participating groups

Parade Route

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Seattle Pride Parade 2022 in downtown Seattle, along 4th Ave, moving south to north. Description of the route, from south to north:

Staging Area

From S Washington Street to Pike Street

Parade starts at Westlake Park – 4th Ave & Pine Street

Includes a Parade HQ, Pre-Show State, Parade Announcer, Judges Viewing Area. Services at this location include: stage, alcohol garden, first aid, restroom, ASL accessible seating, and food trucks.

Beverage Garden at Jiffy Lube (non-alcoholic) – 4th Ave near Lenora

Services at this location include restrooms, food trucks, and non-alcoholic beverages.

End-of-the-Line Beer Garden – Denny Way at Broad Street

Services at this location include restrooms, food trucks, and alcoholic beverages

Dis-Assembly Area – 2nd Ave & Denny Way

In this area, parade vehicles proceed west, and marchers move north.

Legend:

Restroom Locations:

  • Westlake Park - 4th Ave & Pine Street
  • At Jiffy Lube – 4th Ave Near Lenora
  • 4th Ave & Bell Street
  • End of the Line Beer Garden – Denny Way & Broad Street

First Aid Locations:

  • Westlake Park – 4th Ave & Pine Street (Parade HQ)
  • 4th Ave & Bell Street
  • The L Corner – 4th Ave & Denny Way

*ASL and ADA Accessible Seating Locations:

  • Westlake Park – 4th Ave & Pine Street (Parade HQ) nearby the judging viewing area (*ASL Seating available)
  • 4th Ave & Bell Street (*ASL seating available nearby the stage)
  • Denny Way & Broad Street

Stage Locations:

  • Westlake Park - 4th Ave & Pine Street
  • 4th Ave & Bell Street
  • The L Corner – 4th Ave & Denny Way

Alcohol Garden Locations:

  • Westlake Park - 4th Ave & Pine Street
  • 4th Ave & Bell Street
  • End of the Line Beer Garden – Denny Way and Broad Street

Non-Alcohol Locations:

  • At Jiffy Lube – 4th Ave, Near Lenora

Top Tips for

Enjoying the Seattle Pride Parade
  • Parking is prohibited along the entire parade route. All vehicles must be registered and display an Event Pass. Any unattended vehicle will be towed at the owner’s expense.
  • The Parade announcers’ booth and media viewing area will be located at Westlake Park (4th Ave between Pike and Pine Streets).
  • ADA viewing areas will be available at Westlake Plaza and on the east side of 4th Ave & Bell St. ASL interpreters will be available at the announcer stages in both of these locations.
  • Please celebrate with us from the sidewalks, leaving the street clear for parade participants. Friendly volunteers will be stationed along the route to keep you safe and keep the parade moving. Kindly heed their direction.
  • Note that pedestrian crossings at Denny Way are restricted to the east side of 4th Ave.

Parade Registration Closed

on May 31st

Big. Colorful. As visually stunning and expressive as possible. That’s what we’re known for!

Registration for the June 26, 2022 Seattle Pride Parade closed on May 31st. We look forward to having you march with us in 2023!

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Grandstand & ADA Priority

Seating

Not particularly excited about hauling out your lawn chairs or standing on the sidewalk for four hours? Snag a seat in one of our grandstands near Westlake Park and Bell Street.

Free ADA Priority Seating is available at all three stages.

Reparations Model
BIPOC attendees can use promo code "FamilyReunion" for a 50% discount.
Seattle Pride does not assume BIPOC attendees do not have access to wealth. It is our way of working to address the historical and ongoing damage to the Black, Indigenous, and other communities of color.

SEATTLE PRIDE IN THE PARK

We had a blast. We hope you did, too!

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