Get ready to enjoy one of Seattle’s most vibrant parades. The 49th annual Seattle Pride Parade promises to be a dazzling display of LGBTQIA+ brilliance, showcasing the strength, resilience, and unity of the community. Here’s when the parade is taking place and what to expect.

Mark your calendars for Sunday, June 25, 2023, at 11 AM as downtown Seattle comes alive with a free, fun-filled extravaganza.

The parade route will once again wind through downtown Seattle along 4th Ave, between Pike St and Denny Way and the festivities will end at Westlake Park. You’ll see floats, organizations, and individuals that advocate for LGBTQIA+ rights, foster awareness, and promotes mutual respect.

Here is a map of the parade route:

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Now what about the best way to watch?

Your best bet is to show up and watch from the sides anywhere along the parade route shown above! Both grandstand and ADA seating are sold out so if you want a solid spot be prepared to show up early. And best of all, finding your own seat is free.

So mark your calendars and get ready to enjoy one of the most fun parades of the year.

Seattle Pride Parade

When: June 25th
Where: Downtown Seattle along 4th Ave
Cost: Free