June is here and you know what that means – it’s Pride month. And one of the best ways to celebrate is at the annual Toronto Pride Parade. Get ready to be part of the massive annual parade with over 200,000 marchers, and an estimated 2.4 million spectators this year. Here’s what you need to know about the 2023 Pride Parade in Toronto.
Pride Toronto has shared that the beloved parade will be held on Sunday, June 25th at 2 PM. The parade will begin at Bloor and Church St, and head down Yonge Street before turning right on Dundas St W and ending at Nathan Phillips Square.
Music, performances, and celebration will continue throughout the night! And we’re here for all of it.
And, helping you stay hydrated throughout the festivities, Pride Toronto has free water stations at a number of intersections, including Carlton St and Yonge St.
As for their new march end destination, Nathan Phillips Square will have a “super-size” Main Stage and Beer Garden.
“We have some great closing acts to end the festival. So show no shame. You are welcome here. Let us celebrate together how far we’ve come. Don’t miss out on the Pride Parade,” shares Pride Toronto.
As for the Dyke March and Trans Pride March, those will continue on their original routes.
And you won’t want to miss out on all the festivities happening during parade weekend and even throughout the month of June. You can find all of them listed on the event calendar including their Pride 2023 festival line up.
When: June 25th, 2023 from 2 PM to 7 PM