Pride Parade: Sunday August 4th, 2013 noon~
2013 Pride Events Schedule:
EAST SIDE PRIDE
June 29, 2013
Grandview Park, Commercial Drive
East Side Pride celebrates and showcases our amazing community with the Pride Market, stocked with information and goodies from local artisans and community organizations. This event is all-ages fun for the whole family.
VANCOUVER WHITECAPS VS. SEATTLE SOUNDERS
July 6, 2013 Dinner 6:00pm / Game 8:00pm
Celebrate your Pride in Vancouver's very own Whitecaps Major League Soccer team. A dinner option will be available before the 8:00pm premium game against the Seattle Sounders. Restaurant and menu TBD.
Pride Select Seating is available for $40 ($8 savings)
Pride Premium Seating is available for $65 ($10 savings)
Not only do you save money, partial proceeds are donated to local Prides to support LGBTQ celebrations in the Lower Mainland. Best seating available will be assigned for the ticket category you select. Tickets will be shipped to the billing address of your credit card at no additional cost.
GAY DAY AT PLAYLAND
July 13, 2013
Hastings Park, PNE
There's nothing like a rocky ride one of Canada's only wooden roller coasters to get your heart pumping. Wear your pink shirts to support anti-bullying, GayDay style.
PRIDE RUN & WALK
July 27, 2013 9:00am - 11:30am
The Vancouver Frontrunners are excited to invite you to the 2013 Vancouver Pride Run & Walk. The 30th annual event organized by the Vancouver Frontrunners will feature an improved 5k/10k run or walk course that is sanctioned by BC Athletics and chip-timed for accuracy. Join us on our beautiful waterfront course that takes you through one of Canada's only rainforests, boasting amazing mountain views.
After the run at Lumberman's Arch we will award top runners in each age group and cool off at our famous disco water station before we head over to Picnic in the Park and celebrate Vancouver Pride. Runners will receive a BBQ coupon and priority entry to the beer-garden at the Brocton Oval before 2:00pm. A bag and bike check will be available for the convenience of runners.
Register now as an individual or get a team together and sign up today.
PRIDE LAUNCH / PICNIC IN THE PARK
July 27, 2013
Brockton Oval, Stanley Park
Famous for nostalgic summer-time games, Picnic in the Park promises to bring the whole family together - dogs too! Join us as we officially launch Vancouver Pride 2013.
CITY OF VANCOUVER PROCLAMATION
July 29, 2013
City Hall / Art Gallery – Robson Street
Vancouver Pride kicks off Pride Week at City Hall with Mayor and Council. Join us for a proclamation and rainbow flag rising on the north lawn.
ELEANOR RIGBY - THE UNTOLD STORY
July 31-August 3 7 pm
Before Ellen, there was Eleanor Rigby.
Eleanor Rigby: The Untold Story is the story of a young woman who in the early 1940's begins a struggle between her faith and her own demons as she comes to terms with her sexuality.
A feast for the senses, Eleanor Rigby: The Untold Story combines elements of live music, dance, and storytelling, as it weaves together musical styles from "Annie" to Ani (DiFranco).
Come join Laedy Rae and The Ty Lowe Trio in this unique musical theatre experience as they take you on a whimsical journey through Eleanor's life.
July 31 (7:00 pm)
August 1st (7:00 pm)
August 2nd (7:00 pm)
August 3rd (2:00 pm)
August 3rd (7:00 pm)
DAVIE STREET PARTY
August 2, 2013
Davie Street (Burrard to Jervis)
Start your pride weekend off on the right foot at the Davie Street Dance Party! Dance with Pride to the hottest DJs of the summer.
TERRY WALLACE MEMORIAL BREAKFAST
August 3, 2013
Bute Street @ Davie
We honor Terry Wallace, one of the founders of Vancouver Pride, with a breakfast held in the heart of the Davie Village.
PRIDE FESTIVAL AND MARKET
August 4, 2013
Sunset Beach @ Beach and Bute
The Festival and Market is a great place to be before, after, and even during the Parade. Join us in the park, listen to live music by local performers and check out the Market. The market provides a great mix of products, services, and community organizations.
2013 VANCOUVER PRIDE PARADE
August 4, 2013 noon
Robson to Denman to Pacific
The Annual Pride Parade will flood downtown Vancouver with over 700,000 spectators in the City's largest and most colorful festival. Vancouver is home to the 5th largest Pride Parade in the world and is the only event in the world that has spectator and participants outnumbering the host City's residents. This is truly one of the most beautiful and diverse parade routes in the world.