NYC Gay Pride Party Guide
After a hugely successful two consecutive years, NYC Pride is excited to bring Pride Island to Hudson River Park’s, Pier 97, in the heart of Hells Kitchen. This event showcases everyone from legendary soul singers to indie pop bands, this new inclusive experience creates a central hub for the LGBTQ community to celebrate Pride. This event has a legendary history of attracting the biggest performers for any Pride event in the world. Previous performers have included Cher, Ariana Grande, Jennifer…Find out more »
Get ready for the Biggest Pride Event in World History as WE Party takes over the mammoth Javits Center in the heart of Manhattan. DJ Paulo (USA), Binomio (Spain) and more major talent to be revealed! At 1.8 million sq. ft., the venue spans from 34th to 40th Street and 11th & 12 Avenues. https://youtu.be/4XoHxfXB3iY Production Design by Steve Lieberman (EDC, Ultra, Coachella) Sound by Jason Ojeda (FunktionOne / VOID). This once-in-a-lifetime event is not to be missed! Benefiting Stonewall…Find out more »
Pier Dance for NYC Pride — World Pride 2019 The legendary annual pier dance is back and tickets are selling fast! After a sold-out event last year, you'll want to scoop up pier dance tickets on Pride Island ASAP. In 2017 NYC Pride evolved Dance on the Pier, a 30+ year institution, into a new multi-day LGBTQIA+ cultural experience named Pride Island. When is the Pier Dance? The Pier Dance is always after the Pride March, which is always the…Find out more »
When is New York City Gay Pride 2018?
New York City Gay Pride 2017 is on Sunday, June 24th, 2017.
Gay Pride in New York is always celebrated on the last Sunday in June.
Where is New York City Gay Pride Parade 2018?
The Gay Pride Parade is actually a Gay Pride March. This year the route has been changed and will kick-off at 16th St. and 7th Avenue and end at 29th St. and Fifth Avenue.
Why Do We Celebrate Gay Pride New York?
The first Gay Pride March in New York was held in 1970. The march has since become an annual demonstration of civil rights. Since Pride was first celebrated, its purpose has widened to include recognition of the fight against AIDS and to remember those we have lost to illness, violence and neglect.
The New York Gay Pride March Showcases the LGBT Community
The New York Gay Pride March is a celebration of the LGBT community and its allies. In 2016 more than 350 unique marching contingents participated—representing a vast array of nonprofits, community organizations, corporate partners, small businesses, political candidates and activists! With over 80 floats making the trek down Fifth Avenue, last year’s March was one of the largest and most exciting in history.
2017 NYC Pride Grand Marshals
- Billie Jean King
- Lambda Legal
- Tyler Ford
- Kenita Placide