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San Diego PRIDE Week Events 2022

Here are all of the major events and activities taking place throughout San Diego during PRIDE Week 2022.

SHE FEST  | Saturday, July 9 from 12-6pm

A celebration of the talents and contributions of women, while fostering meaningful connections in the LGBT and San Diego community. Details HERE >>

  • Hillcrest Pride Flag - 1500 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

LIGHT UP THE CATHEDRAL  | Wednesday, July 13 at 7pm

Join Dean Penny Bridges and other LGBTQ faith leaders to celebrate FAITH and resilience. Professor Orlando Espín is the keynote speaker at this event. The Cathedral will be lit in rainbow colors following the service. Details HERE >>

  • St. Paul’s Episcopal Cathedral - 2728 Sixth Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

RALLY  | Friday, July 15 from 6-7pm

Pride Week kicks off with an evening of inspiring speakers, as LGBTQ leaders are recognized and the Pride flag is raised. Details HERE >>

  • Hillcrest Pride Flag - 1500 University Ave, San Diego, CA 92103

PRIDE 5K  | Saturday, July 16 at 8am

The run takes place just before the 5K along the same route. Participants are encouraged wear their rainbow finery.  Details and registration HERE >>

  • Hillcrest at the corner of Centre and University Avenue

PARADE  | Saturday, July 16 at 10am

San Diego’s largest single-day events attracting over 300,000 cheering participants and supporters of the LGBTQ community. Details HERE >>

  • Begins at the Hillcrest Pride Flag on University Avenue and Normal Street, proceeding west on University, 6th Avenue, Balboa Drive, and ends at Quince Drive.

FESTIVAL  | Saturday from 11am-10pm & Sunday from 11am-9pm

Celebrate diversity and inclusion in Balboa Park at the biggest summer party in San Diego. Enjoy live entertainment on four stages, tons of booths, and community resources. Details HERE >>

  • Balboa Park’s Marston Point (6th Ave. & Laurel St.)

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