NYC Pride March 2024 starts today. The route and finish location are shown on the map.


New York — New York City Annual Pride March The streets of Manhattan will be taken over on Sunday.

It began in March 1970, which is a year ago. Stonewall Rebellionand continues to honor its roots as a civil rights demonstration.

When does NYC Pride 2024 start and end?

The Pride march will begin at 12 noon on Sunday, June 30. This year the day is being celebrated on 55 years since the Stonewall rebellion And it’s been 40 years since Heritage of Pride became the official march organizer.

On Sunday, Heritage of Pride is hosting the PrideFest LGBTQIA+ street fair in Greenwich Village at 11 a.m., followed by the Bliss Days celebration at 2 p.m. at DL Rootop & Lounge.

How long will NYC Pride 2024 last?

It has no official end time, but in previous years it has been over 12 hours in 2019 and over seven hours in 2022.

“This year we anticipate that it will take about 60-90 minutes (one to one and a half hours) for marchers to make their way from formation to dispersal,” organizers say.

Where will NYC Pride 2024 take place? See the route map.

New York City's annual Pride March will take to the streets of Manhattan on Sunday, June 30.

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The 2024 Pride March will begin at 25th Street and Fifth Avenue, near Madison Square Park in Manhattan.

It then travels down Fifth Avenue, turns west onto 8th Street, and continues onto Christopher Street, where it passes the Stonewall National Monument.

It then heads north on 7th Avenue, passing the New York City AIDS Memorial, and ends at 16th Street.

NYC Pride 2024 Theme and Grand Marshals

This year's theme is “Reflect. Empower. Unite,” which focuses on bringing together individuals, community leaders, advocates, and allies for “queer liberation and joy.”

“Through the NYC Pride March we fight all negativity; it is a celebration that brings together people from all walks of life.
“We will come together, joyfully, across all boroughs of the city and in all parts of the world to share the accomplishments, talents, and resilience of our community,” NYC Pride Executive Director Sandra Perez said in a press release announcing the theme. “March is where we demonstrate the strength that comes with inclusivity, diversity, and acceptance.”

This year's Grand Marshals include:

  • Baddy Brooks
  • Dashawn Usher
  • Eshe Ukwel
  • Michel Visage
  • Miss Major
  • robin drake
  • Raquel Willis

List of streets closed for NYC Pride 2024

The NYPD says the following streets will be closed on Sunday, June 30.

Build:

  • 5th Avenue between 33rd Street and 25th Street
  • West/East 33rd Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 32nd Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 31st Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 30th Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 29th Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 28th Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 27th Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West/East 26th Street, between 6th Avenue and Madison Avenue
  • West 25th Street, between 6th Avenue and 5th Avenue

route:

  • 5th Avenue between 25th Street and 8th Street
  • West 8th Street, between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
  • Greenwich Avenue between 6th Avenue and Christopher Street
  • Christopher Street between Greenwich Avenue and 7th Avenue South
  • 7th Avenue between Christopher Street and 16th Street

Spread:

  • 7th Avenue between 15th Street and 19th Street
  • 16th Street between 8th Avenue and 6th Avenue
  • 17th Street between 9th Avenue and 6th Avenue
  • 18th Street between 8th Avenue and 6th Avenue
  • 19th Street between 9th Avenue and 6th Avenue

miscellaneous:

  • Christopher Street between West Street and 7th Avenue South
  • Greenwich Avenue between 6th Avenue and 8th Avenue

PrideFest:

  • 4th Avenue between East 14th Street and Astor Place
  • East 13th Street between Broadway and 3rd Avenue
  • East 12th Street between Broadway and 3rd Avenue
  • East 11th Street, between 4th Avenue and 3rd Avenue
  • East 10th Street between Broadway and 3rd Avenue
  • East 9th Street between Broadway and 3rd Avenue
  • East 8th Street between Broadway and 3rd Avenue
  • Astor Place between Lafayette Street and 3rd Avenue
  • Lafayette Street between East 9th Street/Wanamaker Place and Astor Place
  • Cooper Square between 3rd Avenue/St. Marks Place and East 8th Street


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