Philly Pride adopted expanded-spectrum rainbow sunglasses for our 2020 PrideDay logo. The lenses of the glasses are transgender colors. The tag line “366 Days of Pride” refers to 2020 being a Leap Year.
For the first time in Philly Pride’s history, the parade will be televised. 6ABC will be filming our parade on June 9. It will be broadcast on Sunday, June 30, 1:00 p.m., following a 30 minute special on the anniversary of Stonewall.
We are currently updating our webpage to reflect our next event, PrideDay 2019, Sunday, June 9, 2019, and featuring a series of historical posts on our Facebook page. If you are interesting in becoming a yearly sponsor, please call our office at 215-875-9288 or email us at [email protected] This year is the 50th anniversary of […]
Philly Pride congratulates all our parade winners. Phila. Gay Men’s Chorus — Grand Prize “Fruit Bowl” Flaggots — Gayest in Parade Urban Outfitters — Best Float Attic Youth — Best Non-Profit Group PECO — Best Business Walnut Street Theatre — Best Vehicle U-Bar — Best Bar Wonder Woman — Best Female Impersonator LGBT Support Group […]
Morning volunteers have to check in at the Walnut Street and Columbus Blvd entrance to Penn’s Landing (water level). If you come over Market Street or Chestnut Street (you are at street level) you will not be able to use the ramps to get down to water level as the “scissor ramps” have been removed. […]
We now have more groups in the Parade than ever before. We now have more groups at the Festival than ever before. Any groups wanting to participate on PrideDay will have to call our office. No more mail applications will be accepted. We thank everyone for making our 30th birthday so successful.
As this is our 30th birthday, we are honoring 4 performers from our community as Miss Philly LGBT pride that have been very loyal to us But never held a title as Miss Philly gay pride. In no particular order, they are Les Harrison, Sandy Beech, Finesse A. Ross, Marcello Brening Barrera.
The board has approved the logo for the 2018 PrideDay Parade and Festival. It features a rainbow skyline of Philadelphia with the OutFest Logo, Independence Hall, and the passing parade superimposed.