Celebrating Pride Month – Coolest Costumes at San Francisco Pride Parade

It’s Pride Month!

…..but what is Pride Month without Parade? Just like everything else, San Francisco Pride Parade was canceled this year due to Covid-19. As we won’t be able to march the streets this year, Pride will be streamed online.

San Francisco Pride is the biggest gathering of LGBTQ in the US. Every year, nearly one million people come together in the city to celebrate Pride month and the parade at the end of June. The Mission of the San Francisco Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride Celebration Committee is to educate the world, commemorate our heritage, celebrate our culture, and liberate our people. (sfpride.org)

The pride month plays an important role for people in San Francisco and the city wide celebration doesn’t only take place during the parade weekend but the whole month of June.

As we won’t be able to celebrate the parade this year, I though that I would share some of the coolest photos I took during last year’s parade! It was my first time attending SF Pride and I was so overwhelmed by the great energy, sense of solidarity and fabulous costumes worn by the thousands of participants.

Castro District Pride
San Francisco Pride Parade costumes
Costumes at San Francisco Pride 2019
SF Pride
SF Pride at Market Street
Kamala Harris San Francisco Pride Parade 2019
Nancy Pelosi San Francisco Pride 2019
San Francisco Giants at SF Pride
Asian Art Museum during San Francisco Pride
Mission Dolores Park during San Francisco Pride

Pride brings big gatherings and celebrations throughout the city during pride weekend. Crowds at Mission Dolores Park during 2019 San Francisco Pride.

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4 thoughts on “Celebrating Pride Month – Coolest Costumes at San Francisco Pride Parade

  1. I am so glad I’ve seen this. I am an ally and due to COVID 19 I havent heard of news of Pride marches which makes me sad. But I am really happy to see this article!

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  2. That’s sad that the parade this year didn’t push through. I would love to attend one someday! Seeing people express themselves through their creative costumes is wonderful! 🙂

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