Starting as a day to commemorate the Stonewall Uprising in June 1969, LGBTQ Pride Month is now observed in the United States and across the globe through parades, marches, parties, concerts and many other community gatherings. We’ve curated a list of events in our priority places – check out some of the celebrations near you!
- Motor City Pride Festival and Parade. Motor City Pride is Michigan’s largest pride celebration with over 40,000 participants. The Motor City Pride festival and parade returns to Hart Plaza in Detroit on June 11 and 12.
- Event Listings in Detroit and Ann Arbor area. This is a roundup of events for families in the Detroit/Ann Arbor area.
- Grand Rapids Pride Festival. The 34th Annual Grand Rapids Pride Festival is taking place at Calder Plaza on June 18 and is one of the largest one-day events in Grand Rapids, Michigan.
- Events in West Michigan. Check out this roundup of events across West Michigan from WOODTV.
- Battle Creek Pride Festival. Battle Creek, Michigan will celebrate Pride with a festival on July 15 at the Leila Arboretum.
- Capital City Pride Events. Join Pride events taking place in Jackson, Mississippi, including picnics and parades.
- Mexico City Pride kicks off with the Marcha de la Diversidad at 10:00 a.m. on June 25, beginning at El Ángel de la Independencia victory column in Zona Rosa and continuing to Zocalo.
- Albuquerque PrideFest. The second largest parade in New Mexico will take place on June 11, starting with the Pride Parade in Nob Hill.
- Pride Santa Fe. The Pride Drive Parade will take place at Santa Fe Plaza on June 25, starting at 11:00 a.m.
- Las Cruces Pride Celebration. The 2022 Pride Celebration will begin on September 24 and lead up to Pride on the Plaza on October 1.
- New Orleans Pride. The New Orleans Pride Parade takes place on June 11 from 6:00 – 10:00 p.m., and Pride events will occur throughout June.
- New Orleans Pride Events. Want more information about Pride events in New Orleans? Here’s a starting point.
- Black Pride NOLA takes place between June 30 and July 2, with a weekend of events celebrating the black LGBTQ+ community and culture.