The 2019 NYC Pride Parade celebrates the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Riots by marching through the Flatiron District, Greenwich Village, West Village and Chelsea on Sunday, June 30, 2019 at 12 noon.
Crowds are huge and West Village streets are small. Dress for walking in a crowd. Stay hydrated.
NYC Pride Parade Route
There is a new route this year.
- START ~ Fifth Avenue at 26th St (northwest corner of Madison Square Park)
- Fifth Avenue
- GRANDSTAND ~ Fifth Avenue at 25th St. Tickets $200
- 8th St
- Greenwich Avenue
- Christopher St, past the Stonewall National Monument
- Seventh Ave
- Disability seating is at St. Vincent’s Triangle Park. Tickets Free
- END ~ Seventh Avenue at 23rd St
NYC Pride Parade Honorees
Let’s not only honor these individuals and organizations, let’s join them.
- POSE ~ the dance musical
- Phyll Opoku-Gyimah ~ UK Black Pride leader
- Gay Liberation Front ~ First LGBT activist organization formed after the Stonewall Riots
- The Trevor Project ~ National organization providing crisis intervention services to the LGBT community
- Monica Helms ~ U.S. Navy veteran, transgender activist
These community heroes will ride the Heritage of Pride float that leads the Parade.
- Oliver Anene ~ Founder of the Initiative for Improved Male Health; Nigerian LGBTI Activist; Global Health and Migrant Rights Advocate
- Sean Coleman ~ Founder and Executive Director of Destination Tomorrow
- Betsy Driver ~ Mayor, Flemington Borough, NJ
- AC Dumlao ~ Trans Non-Binary Activist, Creator of Call Me They
- Harnaam Kaur ~ Public figure, motivational speaker, and social activist
- Charles W. Leslie ~ Co-Founder and Director Emeritus of the Leslie-Lohman Museum of Gay and Lesbian Art
- Chris Mosier ~ Team USA athlete & founder of TransAthlete.com
- Micia Mosely ~ Comedian, Educator, Founder of The Black Teacher Project
- Suki Ports ~ Japanese American community advocate and a founder of APICHA
- Sheldon Raymore ~ Multidisciplinary Artist
For complete information, visit www.nycpride.org