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PRIDE Celebrations look a little different in 2021, but there is still so much to do and see! Get the most out of Pittsburgh during the month of June and beyond.
Pittsburgh's PRIDE celebrations now feature more than 45 events throughout the month of June. Hosted by numerous organizations, clubs and entertainers, this year's PRIDE celebrations are a celebration of diversity and inclusion. Thanks to QBURGH for curating a complete guide to all the events - the QBURGH PRIDE Guide!
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organized by Pittsburgh Pride Group
March - Step by Step, gather at 11 a.m.
A march organized in support of LGBTQ and QTPOC communities. The march will step off from the City-County Building at noon and proceed down Grant Street, turn left at Sixth Avenue, continue on Seventh Street and the Andy Warhol Bridge, through Allegheny Center and into Allegheny Commons Park West for the mini-festival.
Bring your signs, your banners, your music, your flags, your face masks, your hand sanitizer and your enthusiasm!
Mini Fest - Allegheny Commons West, 1-6 p.m.
The festival will open as soon as the first marchers arrive and run until 6 p.m. Food trucks, music and performances and organization booths will be on hand for the festivities.
organized by SisTers PGH
This year, People’s Pride PGH will be celebrated virtually and will be centered around the theme “Reclaiming Pittsburgh Pride.” Now more than ever, LGBBTQIA+ and other marginalized communities must stand together, firmly rooted in equity and radical honesty, and take back the celebration of lives.
June 18th: Self Care Day - Care Packages will be mailed out to registered Pride Attendees
June 19th: LGBTQ Pittsburgh's Best Award Ceremony
June 20th: Pittsburgh Pride Virtual Parade & Artist Festival
Pre-register and be part of the celebration.
organized by PRIDE Millvale
This will be a day-long celebration of the LGBTQIA+ community highlighting Millvale’s “safe spaces and faces,” showcasing the businesses and organizations within Millvale and surrounding areas that value diversity and work hard at nourishing inclusive environments. A plethora of exciting events are planned including youth and family activities, resource connecting, participation from local LGBTQIA+ organizations and more!
organized by Trek Bicycle Pittsburgh
Let’s ride for PRIDE! Join Trek Bicycle for a ride to celebrate the LGBTQIA+ community. Everyone is welcome at this Pride Ride, so bring your family, neighbors, coworkers, and friends. We will be meeting at Millvale Park at 9 a.m. and ride for about 2 hours. Bring your bike, helmet, lights and hydration. Masks will be required before and after the ride.