June 29 and 30, 2013

Photo Credit: Rick Gerharter

Lesbian Gay Bisexual Transgender Pride

Pride Calendar Events

The Best of San Francisco during Pride

 

  • 2014 Pride Business Expo

  • Hotel Whitcomb, 1231 Market Street, San Francisco
    Thursday | June 12th | 11:30 AM to 8:00 PM

    Golden Gate Business Association’s business exposition is a terrific opportunity to put your business on display, network with like-minded LGBT business professionals, and find great savings from trusted vendors. The expo is the centerpiece of GGBA’s annual programming, allowing GGBA members to showcase their businesses to hundreds of attendees. This must-attend networking event features over 75 exhibitors, hors d’oeuvres from a variety of Bay Area restaurants and samplings from premium vineyards and breweries.

    More info: ggba.com/Pride-Business-Expo

  • #TBT Pride with Kimpton
    and Trevor Project

  • Starlight Room, 450 Powell Street, San Francisco
    Thursday | June 26th | 6:00 PM to Midnight

    Throw it back for Pride with dot429 and Kimpton Hotels, along with Trevor Project. Featuring a live performance by 60s icon Lynda Kay.

  • Star Tickets* | 6pm to 12am | $65

  • General Admission | 8pm to 12am | $30

  • Percentage of all ticket sales goes to The Trevor Project

    More info: http://bit.ly/1oxSoTi

  • Pink Triangle: Installation & Commemoration Ceremony

  • Saturday, June 28, 2014, 10:30am
    Top of Twin Peaks

    Installation from 7 am - 10am
    Commemoration Ceremony at 10:30 am with elected officials and grand marshals
    Top of Twin Peaks, San Francisco

    The Pink Triangle, organized every year by Patrick Carney, has been installed for each Pride weekend since 1996 as a visible yet mute reminder of man’s inhumanity to man.  This will be the 19th Pink Triangle display. The community has embraced the pink triangle as a symbol of pride, though it was once used in an attempt to label and shame. We must remind people of the hatred of the past to help educate others so that what happened in the Holocaust won’t be forgotten and won’t be repeated.

    Many hardworking volunteers make the display possible every year by climbing the hill and installing over 175 bright pink canvasses and thousands of steel spikes.  It can be seen for 20 miles.

    To volunteer:
    Patrick Carney (415) 726-4914 or pat724car@gmail.com

    www.thepinktriangle.com

  • Pride at the Armory

    Saturday, June 28, 9pm-4am

    San Francisco Armory, 333 14th Street

    Get incarerated as The Armory Drill Court gets transformed into the world's largest megaclub prison yard with thundering line array sound, full color lasers, hundreds of intelligent lights, moving truss, 3D-LED video walls, and the world famous production and performances of WE Party, KINK.com, Club Universe, Masterbeat & FRESH SF as we bust open the doors for the first time to create WE Party's PRISON OF LOVE. What kind of trouble will 3000 of the world’s hottest men get into when in lockdown? Solitary confinement, showers, jailbreak, love and lust, freedom and confinement.

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