Vancouver Pride 2018 Offers Over 20 Official and Community Events in July/August

Vancouver Pride 2018

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Time to fly your rainbow flag high because Pride 2018 is kicking off on July 27 with a week (and a few extra days) of inclusive, celebratory events for LGBTQAI2S+ communities.

This year marks the 40th Anniversary of Pride in Vancouver, which has historically offered the most diverse festivals and parade in the city. More than 20 community events will take place throughout the end of July and into August, culminating with the epic Pride Parade on Sunday, August 5, 2018.

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Vancouver Pride 2018 Offers Over 20 Official and Community Events in July/August

Top 5 Events for the 2017 Vancouver Pride Festival

Vancouver Pride 2017

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Time to let your rainbow flag fly! The most colourful and diverse festival of the year is kicking off with the start of the 39th annual Vancouver Pride Festival next week.

This community celebration attracts crowds of more than 650,000 people for good reason – it’s a great party! Whether you’re looking for a boat cruise, a silent disco, or a giant parade, there’s something for everyone in celebration of the LGBTQ2+ community.

Pride 2017 includes over 20 events throughout the summer. There’s an event calendar on the Vancouver Pride website, or you can check out some of the most popular events scheduled for the festival below:

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Top 5 Events for the 2017 Vancouver Pride Festival

Vancouver Dyke March & Festival – August 4, 2012

Gathering in McSpadden Park for the annual Vancouver Dyke March & Festival. Photo: Metro / Free Daily News Group Inc.

Vancouver Pride Week is officially underway, with all events leading up to the largest pride parade in Western Canada: the Vancouver Pride Parade on Sunday, August 5.

Attracting over 650,000 spectators annually, the Vancouver Pride Parade is understandably the most famous event in the week-long Vancouver Pride celebrations. But there’s another, no less fabulous, parade and festival happening the day before (on Saturday, August 4) dedicated to putting the spotlight on women: the 9th Annual Vancouver Dyke March & Festival.

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Vancouver Dyke March & Festival – August 4, 2012

Gay-Friendly Vancouver: Davie St Village and Commercial Drive


Looking for some adventure? You’ve come to the right city. No matter what time of year, when you start your day in Vancouver, it can take you anywhere.
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Gay-Friendly Vancouver: Davie St Village and Commercial Drive