For over 30 years, Phoenix Pride has been organizing marches, rallies, parades, entertainment and education events to celebrate the Phoenix LGBTQ community. In 2013, nearly 50 corporations, local business, and organizations sponsored the 33rd Annual Phoenix Pride Festival in Phoenix.
Next year’s 34th Annual Phoenix Pride Festival is a two day celebration designed to bring our diverse LGBTQ and allied communities together for a weekend of camaraderie and celebration of our past, present and future while raising funds for the Phoenix Pride Community Programs while educating the public about the existence and continuing civil rights battle facing our community. The Phoenix Pride Festival attracts upwards of 30,000 attendees during the two day celebration offering unique opportunities for marketing and exposure for businesses and organizations interested in creating relationships within the LGBTQ community.
The Phoenix Pride festival features over 150 entertainment performances on 5 stages. Headliners for 2013 were Australian Pop-Rock Sensation, The Veronicas and breakthrough duo, Karmin. The festival brings a variety of food vendors, as well as an Arts Expo, KidsSpace, Sway Events VIP Experience, Castle Megastore’s Erotic World and Karamba’s Dance Pavilion. Combined with participation from government officials, services, private corporations and celebrities, the Phoenix Pride Festival continues to raise positive awareness of the metro-Phoenix LGBTQ community.
April 5th & 6th, 2014
Steele Indian School Park
- Children under 12 receive Free Admission.
- Children 13-17 receive Discounted Admission.
- Adults 18 and over have multiple different ticket packages available.
Online Ticket Sales – Available in early 2014
Credit Card purchases for onsite admission and beverage ticket sales WILL BE available this year. ATMs will also be available for your convenience.
If the admission price is economically taxing, FREE ADMISSION to the Festival may be arranged by becoming a PRIDE VOLUNTEER and volunteering a minimum of 4 hours.
An ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter will be available at the Festival Stage and there will be roaming interpreters available around the park.
In the parade route there will be an interpreter next to the announcer stage at 3rd St. and Clarendon.
No Pets Allowed!
Due to Park Regulations and as a consideration for our visitors. ABSOLUTELY NO PETS are allowed on the grounds (with the exception of SERVICE DOGS which MUST be harnessed). This rule applies to ALL pets.
Lost & Found
Lost items can be picked up at the PRIDE INFORMATION booths located near both the main entrances. After the event, you can contact Phoenix Pride at 602-277-7433.
WE HAVE A ZERO TOLERANCE POLICY FOR FIGHTING AND FOR UNAUTHORIZED SOLICITORS. VIOLATORS WILL BE ESCORTED OUT OF THE FESTIVAL.
Parking and Lightrail
Parking at Central & Indian School has 1900 parking spaces available for $5 per car. A part of the profits will go to the Phoenix Pride Scholarship Program at the end of the Festival.