Ticket-holders get to experience two-day admission to the famous San Diego Pride Music Festival, which includes five stages and dance areas, beverage areas, community information booths and vendors, and much more.
The festival is full of fun attractions like the Art of Pride, ShePower – Health and Wellness Zone, Children’s Garden, history exhibit, and Leather Realm.
Festival goers can also choose from over 280 entertainers and performances that will take place throughout the weekend.
-Where is the San Diego Pride Music Festival?
The festival is located on the west side of Balboa Park off of Sixth Avenue from Laurel Street going south into Marston Point.
-Where is the San Diego Pride Parade?
The parade follows a mile-and-a-half route starting west along University Avenue (starting at Normal Street) and turns south onto Sixth Avenue. The parade goes into Balboa Park at Upas Street.
-Where is the Spirit of Stonewall Rally?
The annual Spirit of Stonewall Rally will be back at the Festival Main Stage in Balboa Park at Marston point! The event is free and open to the public.
-Where do I park? What are are other transportation options?
San Diego Pride wants to make getting to the rally, block party, parade and festival as easy as possible. With ParkHillcrest, we have made some area parking lots free, along with the ParkHillcrest trolley service.
Also, consider riding a bike! A free bike valet service will be available at the San Diego Pride Music Festival’s Bike Corral.
-Is San Diego Pride accessible?
Yes, all San Diego Pride events are accessible to individuals with disabilities, and there are also services for deaf and hard of hearing individuals. Please check out our Pride Accessibility page for more information.
-What items aren’t allowed at the San Diego Pride Music Festival?
Please click here for a full list of prohibited items not allowed at the music festival. Smoking is not allowed in Balboa Park. Animals are not allowed with the exception of service dogs.