One Celebration

In 2019, NYC Pride welcomes WorldPride as we mark the 50th Anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising and a half-century of LGBTQIA+ liberation.

Make it a trip

30 Days

Events span , culminating in the famous NYC Pride March on Sunday.

Clear your schedule

50+ Events

From rallies to parties to lectures, there are free and ticketed events produced by NYC Pride and our official partners spread across New York City.

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3M+ People

New Yorkers and global travelers alike will gather as friends, partners, and family to create a welcoming LGBTQIA+ experience.

2019 Events

All events for 2019 reflect the breadth and depth of our LGBTQIA+ community. From the iconic nature of the NYC Pride March and the Rally to our newer events such as Youth Pride and Pride Island, we've created events with our vast community in mind.

Major Celebrations

In keeping with the WorldPride tradition, NYC Pride will host an opening and closing ceremony to welcome the world to New York City.

Politics & Rights

Take a stand and make your voices heard at the Rally and Human Rights Conference.

Arts & Culture

Enjoy live music with top performers, attend a specially curated LGBTQIA+ film screening, or take part in our LGBTQIA+ street fair.

Parties

From aftenoon rooftops to late night dance parties, plan a fun-filled weekend in New York City.

History & Learning

The spirit of Stonewall lives on as we commemorate and celebrate historical moments and the gamechangers of tomorrow.

Family & Kids

Gather up your family and friends for a family-friendly flick or invite your LGBTQIA+ teens and allies to a day of fun, interactive experiences and entertainment.

See Where It All Began

Welcome to the home of LGBTQIA+ history and culture. Commencing at the Stonewall Inn 50 years ago and spreading throughout New York City today, explore historical sites and culture during your trip.

I remember when someone threw a Molotov cocktail, I thought, “My god, the revolution is here. The revolution is finally here!”

Sylvia RiveraAmerican Gay Liberation and Transgender Activist

Moments of Pride

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