Watch exclusive live ABC7 coverage on TV and online streaming starting at 10:30 a.m. as the parade kicks off with Reggie Aqui, Drew Tuma, Liz Kreutz, Jobina Fortson, Julian Glover and the rest of the ABC7 crew.
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The celebration includes appearances and performances from Sherry Cola, Sister Roma, Honey Mahogany, Cheer SF, Mila Jam, HYM and many more.
Under the theme #LoveWillKeepUsTogether, this year’s event will feature more than 200 parade contingents and exhibitors, as well as more than 20 community-run stages and venues.
The parade begins at Beale Street along Market and ends at Market and 8th Street in the heart of downtown San Francisco.
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The Trans March 2022 Planning Committee is pleased to announce that for 2022 they will be hosting an “in-person” event on Friday June 24th.
The event will begin at 10:30 a.m. with the Señora Felicia Flames TGNCI Intergenerational Brunch (brunch for young and old) at Dolores Park.
The march at 6 p.m. begins on Dolores Street and 18th Street.
Head here for more details on the 19th Annual San Francisco Trans Walk.
San Francisco Levee Walk
The San Francisco Dyke March is excited to walk with you at 5 p.m. on Saturday, June 25 at the intersection of Dolores Street and 18th Street in San Francisco. (There will be no gathering in Dolores Park before this year’s march)
Head here for more details on San Francisco’s 30th Levee Walk.
Click here to take a look at all the other Pride events, celebrations and parties.
Items you can bring
- soft bag 18×18
- Service animals
The 2022 San Francisco Pride Grand Marshals represent a mix of individuals and organizations who have made significant contributions to the lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender community. With the help of the community, Pride selects these groups and individuals to honor the work they have done to advance LGBTQ+ causes.
San Francisco Pride Community Grand Marshals are local heroes who have made a significant contribution to the SF Bay Area LGBTQ+ community or society at large.
- African American Arts and Culture Complex, Grand Marshal (Public Poll’s Choice)
- Melanie DeMore, Grand Marshal (members’ choice)
- Vinny Eng, Grand Marshal (public poll choice)
- Amber Grey, Grand Marshal (Council Choice)
- Andrea Horne, Lifetime Achievement Grand Marshal (Board’s Choice)
- Socorro “Cori” Moreland, Grand Marshal (members’ choice)
- Mellanique Robicheaux AKA Black, Grand Marshal (Council’s Choice)
Transport to the parade
The easiest way to get to the parade is to take the Muni Metro. If you are walking in the parade, Embarcadero station is the closest to the training areas. If you go look, Civic Center, Powell, and Montgomery stations are all along the parade route.
Muni will provide additional tube service on K Ingleside/T Third, L Taraval and M Ocean View to serve large crowds; each of these lines will have two-car trains.
The SoMa 30/45 shuttle will also operate in a loop between Caltrain Station and Mission Street until the end of the parade.
Click here for more details on street closures and Muni reroutings.
The San Francisco Pride Parade and Celebration on Sunday is free and open to all ages.
SF Pride intends to follow current COVID-19 guidelines.
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