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San Francisco Pride 2019: A Guide to Can’t-Miss Pride Parties & Events

San Francisco Pride 2019: A Guide to Can’t-Miss Pride Parties & Events

University of California, Berkeley students march in San Francisco's 2018 Gay Pride Parade. Photo: Kyle Legg, @thecosmopolitanman.

Monday, June 24th

Musical Mondays at The Edge
Having partnered with SHN, The Edge brings current Broadway in San Francisco castmembers for regular, bi-monthly Superstar Editions of their weekly Musical Monday parties. Kick-off Pride Week with what’s sure to be a special Musical Monday. Ahem, cast of Hamilton, anyone?

The Edge | 4149 18th Street | 7PM

VAMP: Pride Kick-Off Party
VAMP is a weekly dance party for trans people and their friends. VAMP is kicking off Pride Week with a special edition dance party at Beaux with DJs and live musical performances with VIP Booth and Bottle Service.
Beaux | 2344 Market Street | 8PM | Get Tickets

Tuesday, June 25th

Black, Gay & In The Bay: A Night With Sampson
Sampson McCormick, the award-winning comedian and writer, is serving as the Grand Marshall for San Francisco’s 2019 Pride Parade and Festival. The gay comedy icon is celebrating this honor with an evening of non-stop laughter at the Punch Line comedy club.
Punch Line | 444 Battery Street | 7PM | Get Tickets

Wednesday, June 26th

¡Pan Dulce!
This weekly Latin hip-hop dance party at Beaux is getting extra spicy for a special Pride edition of the hump day fiesta.
Beaux | 2344 Market Street | 9PM

Thursday, June 27th

Kim Petras: Broken Tour
Party with trans queen Kim Petras at Mezzanine for a second night of her Broken Tour in San Francisco. Petras, a transgender pop star, has rapidly ascended to LGBTQ+ music icon status for courageously standing up to adversity and judgment from the haters.
Mezzanine | 444 Jessie Street | 9PM | Get Tickets on StubHub

Friday, June 28th

Sex and the City Live!
Sex and the City Live! is back for another summer at Oasis SF, reimagining two new episodes from the classic HBO comedy series. The 8th season of this drag parody tribute will run until July 13th and stars D’Arcy Drollinger, Sue Casa, Lady Bear, and Steven LeMay.
Oasis | 298 11th Street | 7PM

Taboo: GAY GLOW at Oasis SF
Stick around after SATC Live! for Oasis’ annual Pride kick-off event, Taboo. This year, Taboo will be launching SF Pride weekend with an electrifying party: Gay Glow. Wear your brightest neon colors and shine brightly beneath the black lights.
Oasis | 298 11th Street | 10PM

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Saturday, June 29th

27th Annual San Francisco Dyke March
The annual San Francisco Dyke March will celebrate its 27th year with all-day performances and rallies at Dolores Park leading up to the march to and from the Castro at 5PM. The Dyke March is for those “questioning and challenging gender constructs and the conventional definitions of women, including dykes, transdykes, MTF, transfeminine, transmasculine, genderqueer, and gender fluid dykes.” All women are welcome to support and march in the Dyke March, however, male allies are invited to enjoy the Dolores Park rally and politely asked to support the march from the sidelines.
Dolores Park | Rallies & Performances: 11AM–4:30PM | March: 5PM–6:30PM

Wild Things: Queer Pride
Back for the third year at Public Works, the Wild Things: Dyke March After Party draws over 3,000 trend-setting and international attendees. Wild Things is hailed as the largest and most inclusive Pride party in San Francisco. A surprise musical guest will be performing. If last year’s performance by Kehlani is any indication, this is the party you don’t want to miss!
Public Works | 161 Erie Street | 10PM

Sunday, June 30th

49th Annual San Francisco Pride Parade
San Francisco’s Pride Parade and Festival is one of the oldest and largest LGBTQ+ celebrations around, with over 100,000 participants and spectators gathering from around
Market Street, from Embarcadero to Civic Center| 10:30AM

Queerly Beloved
After Sunday’s Pride Parade, partygoers from all LGBTQ+ tribes will trek out to Queerly Beloved, a San Francisco Pride tradition. Bask in the sun with cold drinks, queer DJs, performers, and more all night long. Admission is $17.
El Rio | 3158 Mission Street | 3PM

The Mighty Real Pride Poolside Party
The annual Mighty Real Pride Party is finally back with 90s dance diva CeCe Peniston and resident DJ David Harness performing live poolside at the Phoenix Hotel. General admission tickets are currently on sale for $60.
Phoenix Hotel | 601 Eddy Street 12PM

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