July 9 -17

The Spirit of Stonewall

Is Pride about justice or joy? There is an ongoing debate about what Pride events and organizations should be and stand for, as they are intended to commemorate the Stonewall Riots of 1969. For some, it is only a protest. “No justice, no Pride.”…

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Are We Safe?

The arrest of 31 White Nationalists at a Pride event in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, and charged with conspiracy to riot grabbed national media attention. The disturbing reality is that it was one of the many attacks and disruptions that occurred across the country in…

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2022 Festival Lineup

Stonewall Riot commemoration events have evolved in San Diego since they began in 1970. In 1975, the first permitted Pride march started downtown and ended with a rally in Balboa Park. As the march and rally grew, our community utilized that opportunity to organize,…

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Pride Month

We don’t have Pride because we are free. We have Pride because we are not.  The origin of the global Pride movement was a direct response to state-sanctioned police violence. The Stonewall Riot, which Pride organizations are charged with commemorating, was not the first…

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Our 2022 Headliners are

Within our community, there is an ongoing debate about what Pride events and organizations should be. Are we a celebration or a protest? We are both. There is art in our advocacy, and advocacy in our art. Our annual celebrations bring together hundreds of…

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Featured Events

Expressions of Pride: On the Steps of San Diego Museum of Art

Black Pride 2022 - Saturday

She Fest 2022

Pride Weekend Kickoff BBQ


Community events, programs, and fundraisers put on by Pride & other LGBTQ-serving organizations happen all throughout the year!


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Thank you to our 2022 sponsors!