Here at Pride, we strive to make your visit enjoyable and accessible. If you are unable to find information for an accommodation, a service, or if you have a general question regarding accessibility, please contact us at [email protected] and we will get back to you with an answer.
Accessibility Team Members: Who We Are
Our Accessibility Team members are support volunteers and interpreters who are trained to provide accommodations to Guests with disabilities. Support volunteers will be wearing blue shirts; printed on the back of the shirts will be the word “ACCESSIBILITY” and various disability icons.
While attending any of our events, if you have questions or need assistance, please reach out to any of our Accessibility team members, we will be happy to assist you.
Where to Find Us
At the July 14th Rally: Spirit of Stonewall
Beginning at 5 pm
At the July 15th Parade
At the July 15th & 16th Music Festival
Located just outside the Music Festival north of the ticket and admission gate
Located at the northwest intersection of Balboa Drive and Juniper Street (inside the festival)
Located on Balboa Drive just south of Laurel Street
Accessibility Booth – Services Offered at the Music Festival
Braille and Large Print
**Braille orders must be received by June 28th to ensure delivery by July 14th** order your copy by emailing your request to [email protected].
**Bring all cords and accessories needed to charge your chairs/devices
Music Festival Maps
Request Special Services
(Thanks to a generous donation by 211 San Diego)
***SPECIAL SERVICES AND ACCOMMODATIONS:
Support Provider can assist with the following activities:
Accessible portable restrooms for Guests with Mobility Disabilities are available.
Locations: COMING SOON
Paws at Pride: Pride welcomes service dogs and documented emotional support dogs, Please read our Paws at Pride Policy before bringing your dog to the Music Festival.
Senior Cool Zone
The Senior Cool Zones are for people who are fifty+ and Guests with disabilities. Here you can relax in the shade, sipping water and nibbling snacks (while supplies last). Our furry service dog friends can also take a break in these spaces. These spaces result from our wonderful community partnership with FOG (Fellowship of Older Gays).
For more information about San Diego Pride and events, please visit the San Diego Pride page.
Please explore the links below, and if you have further questions, email us at [email protected].