Join United Way of King County in the largest Pride Parade in the Northwest on June 25. Show your pride or support your LGBTQIA2s+ community by showing up for the celebration. We want to see you: giving communities, donors, volunteers, staff, supporters and friends show up for equality!
Pride is moving to the afternoon! Staging was announced the morning of June 13 and we are meant to line up between 1:00pm – 1:30pm on the 4th avenue block between Jefferson and the Yesler Overpass. That means if you had big plans Saturday night, this timing is great news! Do note the staging time is required and not recommended.
We’ll meet you down 4th in the 21st spot of the line up. This year’s theme is Galactic love so don’t be surprised if you see a couple of star wars helmets or suits. If you don’t know what to wear, we’ve got you covered with t-shirts for you and your friends and gear to keep cool on a hot day.
Make sure to bring a water bottle. If you are coming with a little one, you are welcome to pull them along in a wagon or even equip your younger ones with a set of wheels of their own to make it through the parade – set to end at 3:30pm.
There are safety tents along the route to refill on water or step aside if needed. We will have extra swag that you can hand to the audience but be careful not to throw any items.
Parking is LIMITED. We recommend taking transit to the parade or arriving early to find parking outside of the parade route. Plan to meet during the staging window between 1:00pm – 1:30pm.
Volunteers will be enjoying themselves, walking in the parade, passing out goodies, and holding the banner from time-to-time!
Don’t forget to let us know you’re coming and bring a friend!
This activity is a volunteer project hosted by pride at United Way of King County. Be watchful of emails from email@example.com to stay up to date on staging.