Sip, Sashay, and Celebrate - Even though the Greater Palm Springs Pride Parade is among the last to take place during the nation’s LGBTQ pride season, it’s first in terms of family-friendly atmosphere and entertainment. It’s unlike any other pride parade in the country.
Palm Springs Pride Parade
Steps off at Tachevah and Palm Canyon drives. Travels south on N. Palm Canyon Dr. to Amado ending at the entrance to the FREE Pride Festival.
Millions of Moments of Pride
Free event. Known for its crystal blue skies and year-round sunshine, the city of Palm Springs comes alive during the annual Pride celebration. Thousands of spectators will gather along palm tree–lined streets to cheer on and support local organizations, activists, and themed floats along historic Palm Canyon Drive. The Parade usually lasts two hours.
Recognized as community grand marshal is Michael Green, an energetic community leader and superstar in the local tourism arena. The media grand marshal is on air personality Alexander Rodriguez.
Four Reviewing Stands!
Enjoy emcee commentary as parade contingents move along Palm Canyon Dr. and pass by official reviewing stands.
NEW for 2019 - the Pride Stage - at Hermosa and N. Palm Canyon Dr.
Local Royalty to Emcee parade reviewing stand - Dottie DuBois, Maude Chapeau & Manny The Movie Guy. Action starts at 9am and continues to the end of the parade.
• The online broadcast location is at Eight4Nine Restaurant & Lounge at 849 N. Palm Canyon Dr. Host and Emcee Nicholas Snow.
• Mix 100.5 will be near Trio at 707 N. Palm Canyon Dr. in Uptown.
• MOD-107.3 will be just north of Alejo near Frances Stevens Park on Palm Canyon Dr.
• The Deaf Pride reviewing stand will be near Granvia Valmonte and N. Palm Canyon Dr. and feature Sign Language Interpretation.