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    LA Pride Parade Returns June 11 – What to Know About Route and Street Closures

    The LA Pride Parade returns to Hollywood Boulevard on Sunday, June 11, 2023. The Parade Step off is at 11am. The route will begin at Sunset Blvd @ Highland Ave and head north, then east onto Hollywood Blvd, then south onto Cahuenga Blvd, ending at Sunset Blvd @ Cahuenga Blvd. We expect the full parade to be about 3 hours.

    The route is approximately one mile long, with about 150 contingents consisting of revelers from SoCal’s top LGBTQ+ nonprofits, employee resource groups, city agencies, local, regional, and national businesses, clubs, bands, floats, and more than a few celebrities and surprises.

    Even though this Sunday’s weather is going be unseasonably cool, don’t be fooled. Make sure you stay hydrated, bring sunscreen and take breaks from the sun as needed. If you aren’t feeling well, please stay home.

    What to Bring: Bring a hat, sunscreen, and some water. And of course your good vibes, and cheering voice! Bring the family, too! The LA Pride Parade is family-friendly and welcomes everyone.

    What not to bring: Your pets. leave pets at home as it can be a long day with too much excitement and far too many people for 4-footed family and friends.

    Need a Cold One? Refresh with an Iced Coffee from McDonald’s at Hollywood and Highland! On Sunday, June 11, visit the McDonald’s along the Parade route (located at 6776 Hollywood Blvd). 20% of all Iced Coffee sales made on June 11th will be donated to LA PRIDE.

    ADA: This is not a ticketed event, and is open to the public. There are no assigned seating, so arrive early to Hollywood & Highland to find a comfortable, accessible viewing area.

    First Aid: The Red Cross has partnered with LA Pride to provide onsite First Aid services, if anyone experiences a health episode or needs assistance.

    Safety and Security: Community safety is a high priority. LA Pride is working closely with city agencies to ensure a safe and positive event.

    If you see something, say something: Please inform event organizers or police if you see anything concerning.

    Tune-in: If you can’t join us in person, watch the live broadcast of the LA Pride Parade on long-time broadcast partner KABC/ABC7 11am-1pm PT, on Sunday, June 11. It will also air nationally on ABC News Live and Hulu, and wherever viewers stream ABC7 Los Angeles including abc7.com and the ABC7LA mobile app.

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    10 months ago

    I was there last year,my first Pride parade, it was Awesome, can’t wait. Thank you all for our Pride Parade.

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