About the SF Pride Celebration
San Francisco Pride has been said to be "one of the last remaining pride events that can truly be called a rite of passage."
The SF Pride Celebration will be held over the weekend of June 28 and 29, 2014, in downtown San Francisco in Civic Center at the foot of San Francisco's historic City Hall where Harvey Milk once stood and addressed Pride-goers more tha thirty years ago.
With over 200 parade contingents, 300 exhibitors, and more than 20 stages and venues, the San Francisco LGBT Pride Celebration and Parade is the largest LGBT gathering in the nation.
The Celebration at Civic Center is host to our Main Stage which has been host to incredible acts like Lady Gaga, the Backstreet Boys, Asian pop sensation BoA, Solange Knowles, the Cliks, Margaret Cho, Kat DeLuna, Inaya Day, Crystal Waters, and Big Freedia, among others.
2014 Event Theme
Color Our World with Pride
The event theme for the 44th annual San Francisco Pride Celebration & Parade was selected by Pride's Membership at our Annual General Meeting on September 15, 2013.
Take a Stand for Pride
Donate $5 at the Event Gates
San Francisco Pride is committed to maintaining an event that is accessible to people of all economic backgrounds.
Take a stand for Pride by donating as generously as you can at the event gates. We request a minimum donation of $5.
Your generosity at the entrances to the Celebration in the form of donations helps keep San Francisco Pride free to all members of the community and provides crucial support to this important community event.
Our donations program also helps to support over eighty Bay Area non-profit organizations through our Community Partners Program. Donations from the celebration have helped San Francisco Pride to give back nearly $2.3 million in grants since 1997.
With your help, we can invest more in our community's future.
With a minimum donation of $5, you will also be able to enjoy $1 discounts on beverages at the Celebration all day long. No tickets are needed and no one is ever turned away for lack of funds.