Take Pride! Seattle is back and just in time for Pride Month. Get out, get wild and give back with these three can’t-miss events.

Capital Hill’s Pride March + Rally

Let there be Pride! Restrictions aren’t holding Seattle back this year. June 25th-26th will there be a march and rally held at Cal Anderson Park’s Bobby Morris Playfield with the intention of commemorating Stonewall, beginning at 10am both days. Events will last into the evening, including a block party with the famed “Doggie Drag Show” as well as a talent show, musicians, artists and much more. Who cares about getting back to normal, or to a new normal - let’s get weird! Memorialize a defining moment in LGTQIA+ history, bask in Seattle’s re-opening and celebrate Pride out in the open, surrounded by the ones you love! 

Taking Pride: Clean Up Cal Anderson for some free grub!

Get your hands dirty and make those rainbow sidewalks shine! Show love for the community by giving one of Seattle’s most popular parks a good clean. Everyone who volunteers in spiffying up Cal Anderson Park on June 6th from 9am to 1pm will be getting a free lunch. Show up, clean up, and leave with a full belly. Who doesn’t love free food? 

Run with Pride 2021: A festive 5k 

Get those steps in for a great cause! Run with Pride’s 5k and 10k walk/run will be hosted at Magnuson Park on June 26th. All proceeds will go to LQBTQ+ organizations Seattle Area Support Group and Youth in Focus. In 2020, Run with Pride was able to raise $11,000 for Peer Seattle. If cardio isn’t for you, hundreds of spectators are allowed and encouraged to show face and cheer on the runners! 

Queer Prom Seattle 2021: Never miss a chance to dance!

Gather your friends and throw this virtual extravaganza on a flat screen for a night to be remembered featuring some of Seattle’s most beloved drag and burlesque performers. This year’s Queer Prom is a fundraiser for What the Funk?! - a BIPOC Burlesque Fest. Tune in on June 12th at 7pm for all the fun and then some!