All Together Now
With the theme All Together Now, Seattle Pride is planning a fall reunion to remember — and while it will be of smaller scale than a parade or festival, it will provide a much-needed boost of queer solidarity and energy following the recent announcement that the state will be lifting its COVID-19 restrictions by June 30 in accordance with CDC guidelines, and that group gatherings without face masks and physical distancing would once again be allowed.
The two-day celebration — to take place on Capitol Hill and other area neighborhoods on October 9th & 10th — is being planned as a self-guided route with numerous stopping points featuring a wide variety of activities, performances and more, taking place in and around many of your favorite LGBTQIA+ and ally-owned businesses. A passport — to be offered in print and digital formats — will guide participants to the featured route attractions, with an opportunity to collect passport stamps for a chance at winning fabulous prizes. The weekend festivities are expected to culminate with a musical finale, in adherence to public health protocols, with details to be announced later this summer.