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Houston Pride Festival and Parade Guide: Everything you need to know, from parking to planned festivities



HOUSTON – This is everything you need to know about the 44th Annual Houston Pride Festival to be held this weekend in downtown Houston.

The Houston Pride LGBT+ Celebration Festival and Parade is a celebration every year in Montrose or downtown Houston hosted by nonprofit Pride Houston 365 that strives to promote equality and inclusion. The organization plans numerous LGBTQIA+ events all year long to support the community.

The Official Houston Pride LGBT+ Celebration Festival and Parade downtown at Houston City Hall is on Saturday.

Celebration: 1 p.m.-10 p.m.

The 44th Annual Official Houston Pride LGBT+ Celebration will take place downtown at Houston City Hall, 901 Bagby Street.

Festival entry is $5 if purchased ahead of time and $10 if purchased at the gate. The festival, citing the pandemic and inflation, said it plans to use the entrance fees for individuals age 13-59 to pay for expenses and raise funds for scholarships.

General Admission is FREE for children 12 & under and Seniors 60 and older (Free entry does not apply to Main Stage Experience or Celebration VIP.)

The parade is free.

The parade is free.


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