Happy Pride, Toronto! Pride month is underway and while there is a list of events to attend around the city, the most highly anticipated one is the Pride Parade! This year’s parade is happening on Sunday, June 30th and here’s everything to know before you go.

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According to Pride Toronto, the parade is to “celebrate the diversity, beauty and progress of the 2SLGBTQl+ community.”

Get ready for a great time as the parade is the LARGEST in Canada!

The route will begin at the corner of Church and Bloor St at 2:00 PM on the 30th.

For best viewing spots anywhere along Yonge Street is your best bet according to Pride Toronto.

The parade will turn right this year onto Dundas St W as it makes its way to Nathan Phillips Square (off of Bay St) for music, performances and celebrations continuing into the night.

Nathan Phillip Square, the parade’s ending location, will feature a big Main Stage and Beer Garden.

“Expect amazing closing acts to end this memorable festival,” says Pride Toronto.

While there will be free water stations at various intersections, including Carlton Stand Yonge St, be sure to pack your essentials like snacks and sunscreen as the weather could get hot and sunny.

Be sure to check out all the other Pride festivities happening in the city, too.

Happy Pride month and enjoy the 2024 Toronto Pride Parade!

2024 Toronto Pride Parade

When: Starting at 2:00 PM on Sunday, June 30th
Where: Starting at the corner of Church & Bloor