Accessibility Support

Support available by phone and email:

+1 415-864-0831
Say "accessibility" or press 6
Chris Robert, Deputy Executive Director
[email protected]

Accessible Parade Viewing Area

Unobstructed parade viewing accommodation provided at no cost for individuals plus one guest.

Please use this form to request access to the accessible parade viewing area.

Request Access to Accessible Parade Viewing Area

Main Stage Accessibility

  • ASL Interpretation
  • Seated Viewing Platform

Go to our information booth on Fulton Street where it meets Larkin Street and receive a wristband for access to these areas.

San Francisco Pride is committed to making our annual celebration and parade accessible for everyone, including those with disabilities. We strive to create an environment that is inclusive and welcoming, and we work hard to remove any barriers that may prevent people from fully participating in the festivities.

We offer accommodations to ensure that the event is accessible to everyone. This includes accessible seating areas, fully wheelchair-accessible festival area, ASL interpretation, and accessible restrooms. Our team also works closely with local disability advocacy groups to ensure that our accommodations meet the needs of the community.

In addition, we provide a designated Accessible Viewing Area for those who require accommodations, which offers a clear view of the Parade and Kaiser Permanente Main Stage. Accessible seating is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

We are committed to continually improving the accessibility of our event, and we welcome feedback from members of the disability community. Please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any questions or concerns about accessibility at the San Francisco Pride Celebration and Parade.

a photograph; rainbow flags and a side-view of the seated and accessible parade areas from the perspective of a parade marcher

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