37th annual pride festival
It all started when about 75 people attended a baseball game and picnic back in 1980, to celebrate diversity and community. These days, tens of thousands of Edmontonians & visitors come out to celebrate the 10-day Edmonton Pride Festival every June! We're one of the largest and longest-running pride festivals in the country, and we look forward to continuing to grow along with the rest of the capital region! #yegpride
Saturday, June 10 @ 11AM-1PM
Whyte Avenue & 108 Street
Free to attend. All ages! Arrive early. The annual Pride Parade is an event not to be missed! Pull out your most colourful attire from your closet and show your Pride! We encourage guests to take transit where possible. The Highlevel Streetcar will also be operating and there is a place for you to park your bike. If you must drive please be respectful of our neighbours and park in one of 20 nearby lots.
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The 2016 Edmonton Pride Parade will return to its original home in Old Strathcona on June 4th! It will begin at 108th Street and Whyte Avenue, and then turn left onto 104th Street and up to the End of Steel Park! Come back to see who our Parade Grand Marshal will be for 2016! #yegpride
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