PRIDE30 Santa Fe PRIDE Drive Parade & PRIDE on the Plaza

PRIDE30 Santa Fe PRIDE Drive Parade & PRIDE on the Plaza

PRIDE Santa Fe is a wonderful event for all Santa Fe citizens to celebrate the unique, diverse, supportive, artistic community that is Santa Fe.
The Pride Drive Parade will start promptly at 11:30 am in the Lany Building parking lot (413 Old Santa Fe Trail). All entrants are required to check in at 11:00 am. Only registered PRIDE Drive participants can participate, although registration is open to everyone. PRIDE Santa Fe will provide a PRIDE flag to all registered participants. 

The route will head north on Santa Fe Trail, turn left and then right, and head past La Fonda Hotel. At the Plaza, the route will turn left, head to Lincoln Ave, and turn right. The parade stops at Palace Ave. All parade participants must continue moving up Lincoln Ave to Federal Place and turn left. Parking is available in the Convention Center lot.
After the parade, the festivities continue in the Historic Santa Fe plaza with vendors, music by guest DJ Ultra Naté, and dancing. Join the best party in town!Presented By: Human Rights Alliance of Santa Fe

Date: Saturday, June 24, 2023

Time: 10:30 AM to 4:00 PM

Cost: Free

Location: Santa Fe Plaza

Please visit the website for a Full listing of PRIDE Events: https://hrasantafe.org/pride-2023/# 

Event Information

Location: the Historic Santa Fe Plaza

https://hrasantafe.org/pride-2023/#

Cost: FREE

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