June 29 and 30, 2013

Photo Credit: Rick Gerharter

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride

Wheelchair Access

To provide people who use wheelchairs with equal access to the annual Celebration and Parade, San Francisco Pride provides accessibility areas that allow for easier viewing.

The Grandstand seating area contains designated spaces along Market Street for accessible viewing of the Parade on Sunday. To enter the Grandstands, you will need an Accessibility Grandstand Seating ticket, which are made available on a sliding scale $0-$35. For more information including on how to obtain tickets, go to our Grandstand page or email us.

The Main Stage viewing area offers a raised platform with an attached ramp in front of the Main Stage, near the north end of the stage, adjacent to the Deaf and Hard-of-Hearing Gathering Space in Civic Center Plaza. Accessibility seating at the Main Stage is made available for easier viewing of Pride's many performers and entertainers at Pride's most popular stage. Partners of wheelchair users are welcome to accompany their partners to the platform. Folding chairs will be provided upon request.

Wheelchair Accessible

If you have questions, need further information, or if you would like to share input on how we can make our event more accessible, please contact info@sfpride.org.