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Gay City has an action packed Pride Month, filled with festivals, parties, picnics, and parades. We're proud to be sponsors, once again, for both Seattle PrideFest, both the Capitol Hill and Seattle Center versions. We'll also be at South Park Pride, Pride Asia, Seattle Dyke March, and Trans* Pride. Get the scoop on all things Pride here at Gay City on our handy Pride page.

South Park Queer Pride Picnic

Sunday, June 12 / 1-4pm
Duwamish Waterway Park (7900 10th Ave S)

Activities for children, live music, a drag show, and free hot dogs!

Pride ASIA 2016

Saturday, Jun 29 / 12pm
Hing Hay Park (423 Maynard Ave S)

Official Pride ASIA presents its 5th annual Pride ASIA celebration in honor of Gay Pride through the Queer API lens! This year's milestone celebration is highlighted by the incredible Brooklyn Sabado Buenaventura as Keynote Speaker. Hosted by its founder, Aleksa Manila with special cultural presentations and speakers from notable organizations in the northwest! Music by DJ Moist Towelette & DJ Legaspi This special event is FREE and ALL AGES. More info at prideasia.org

6th Annual Gender Blender

Friday, Jun 24 / 8pm
Neumos

Gender Blender, the annual fierce, weird, and queer drag party and benefit is back! It’s part of the Nark Magazine Pride Festival Weekend, and it’s a benefit for Gay City. SPECIAL GUESTS Christeene + Tammie Brown + Vain Hein + Saturn Rising.

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Pride Kick Off Party with DJ Nina Flowers

Friday, Jun 24 / 10pm
Melrose Market Studios

Verotica Events is proud to present the kickoff party for pride, RA! Come and join us on Friday, 24 June at Melrose Market Studios. We will be Serving you life and beats until 5 in the morning with the one and only, DJ NINA FLOWERS! A portion of the proceeds will benefit Gay City.

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Trans* Pride Seattle 2016

Friday, Jun 24 / 6pm
Cal Anderson Park

A march, rally and celebration culminating in Cal Anderson Park, featuring speakers, and community tables with groups and organizations that are Trans lead or serve trans communities.

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Capitol Hill Pride

Saturday Jun 25 / 12pm
Denny Festival Street/Capitol Hill Light Rail Station

Back for the 5th year, Capitol Hill Pride will be at the Sound Transit Light Rail Station lot and Denny Festival Street. National and local talent, beer garden, food trucks, and Capitol Hill businesses, non-profits, and arts & crafts vendors. Gay City will be partnering with AHF Pharmacy to provide free HIV testing!

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Rainbow Health Fair

Saturday Jun 25 / 12pm
All Pilgrims Church, 500 E. Broadway Seattle

Free health services for trans, lesbian, bi, and queer women, as well as trans people of all genders. Come by and find: Bottled water, Massage, HIV / Hep C Testing Cholestoral / Glucose Testing, Orca Lift, Healthcare Enrollment, A Chance to Win Prizes, Nutrition, Financial Wellness, Fitness, and More! Free mammograms for uninsured people 40+ - insurance also welcome! Guarantee your spot and make an appointment now by calling 206-461-4493

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Queer Youth Pride

Saturday, June 25 / 4pm-7pm
Cal Anderson Park
Free

Gay City and Seattle PrideFest proudly present Queer Youth Pride on Saturday, June 25 from 4pm-7pm at Cal Anderson Park on Seattle’s Capitol Hill. This will be an afternoon of welcoming fun featuring performances, music, and fun, along with information on queer youth programs and GSAs.

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Seattle Dyke March

Saturday Jun 25 / 5pm
Seattle Central Community College Plaza

The Seattle Dyke March and Rally Tradition Continues! We will have incredible performers, inspiring speakers, and a space that highlights, celebrates, and embraces our queer identified women identified community!


PrideFest Seattle Center

Sunday Jun 26 / 12pm
Seattle Center

The largest free Pride Festival in North America! Come and see us on top of Fisher Pavilion, learn all about Gay City programs and services, and pick up a free T-shirt!

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Businesses Supporting Gay City for Pride

Pride month is upon us, and these Seattle businesses are among those stepping up to show their support to Seattle’s LGBTQ community.

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