The Portland Pride Parade will be held June 16, 2019, and steps off at 11am. The parade forms in the North Park Blocks (check-in and vehicles by 8:30, last call at 10:30). The parade route travels through Northwest Portland and along SW Naito Parkway to end at Tom McCall Waterfront Park, Portland, Oregon. Approximately 8,000 LGBTQ+ and allies walk in the parade, and as many as 45,000 spectators line the 1.1 mile route. The parade is limited to about 150 entries with groups as large as 150-200—though most groups are much smaller. In past years, the parade has sold out quickly. We encourage you to register early if you want to be in the parade as space is available on a first-come, first-served basis.
Over 50 volunteers are needed to help with the parade. If you would like to help us, please complete the Volunteer Application.
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The Terms and Conditions of the parade (and festival) are subject to change at any time, and without notice.
All parade groups must choose Parade Monitors, responsible for knowing and communicating the Parade Rules. Primarily for safety, the rules spread the responsibility of good citizenship throughout all parade participants. Please appoint 1 Monitor for every 25 marchers. Monitor Training is mandatory, and will be held at GoToMeeting.com on these dates:
June 13 1-2pm
June 11 11am to 12pm
May 29 1-2pm
May 21 1-2pm
May 17 11am-12pm
May 9 9am to 10 am
May 1 3pm to 4pm
$ 110 - Portland/Vancouver 501 (c)3 and unincorporated groups (under $30,000 budget)
$ 315 - PDX/Van area businesses (20 employees or less) OR LGBTQ-identified nonprofits
$ 580 - Oregon- & Washington-based non-profit organizations or local businesses with 20+ employees
$ 580 - Municipalities and government agencies
$1,150 - National businesses and non-profits
$40 - 2nd Vehicle
$25 Members of Dykes on Bikes or Border Riders Motorcycle Club
Motorcycles are restricted to the first and last unit of the parade. If you want to ride your motorcycle or scooter, please join one of the two motorcycle groups.