Bank of America Presents Parade Logo for General Use

The 2019 Phoenix Pride Parade to brings our diverse LGBTQ+ and allied communities together for a weekend of camaraderie and celebration of our past, present and future. The Parade brings over 2,000 individual participants with decorated vehicles, colorful floats and thousands of walkers. With over 15,000 spectators, the Parade features our Grand Marshals, local luminaries, music, and fun along the 3rd Street route from Thomas to Indian School. The Parade concludes at Steele Indian School Park, the home of the Phoenix Pride Festival.

The Phoenix Pride Parade raises funds for Phoenix Pride and the Pride Community Grants and Scholarships Programs.

General Information

Date: Sunday, April 7, 2019
Step Off Time: 10:00am

Begins: 3rd St & Thomas
Ends: 3rd St & Indian School

Announcer Stages: 3rd St & Osborn and 3rd St & Clarendon

Participate in the Parade

Click here for the 2019 Phoenix Pride Parade Application

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Volunteer Opportunities

Click here for the 2019 Phoenix Pride Parade Volunteer Application.


An ASL (American Sign Language) interpreter will be next to the announcer stage at 3rd St and Indianola.

Grand Marshals

Community Grand Marshal: Monica Helms- Creator of the Transgender Pride Flag in 1999, and it was first flown at a Pride Parade in Phoenix, AZ in 2000.

Organization Grand Marshal: Echo Magazine- Celebrating 30 years in Phoenix! One of Arizona’s leading media outlets serving the LGBTQ+ Community.

Event Sponsors