From: Sunday, Jun 27th, 2021
To: Sunday, Jun 27th, 2021
San Francisco Gay Pride – San Francisco Style!
Highlights include, Pride Movie Night at Oracle Park, Friday and Saturday, June 11-12 , and a Pride expo fair at the Civic Centre. There will be no pride parade this year, however many of the city’s epic pride parties, circuit events and tea dances are set to return.
San Francisco Gay Pride Circuit Parties
The city is home to some of the most legendary party venues in the US. They are the perfect backdrop for a pride celebration. The following events have been confirmed:
- Mystopia San Francisco – June 20th
Celebrate at The Midway for some “SanFranDisko” fun.
- Electroluxx Pride – June 25th
Enjoy great music, art, performance, and delicious food at the Chapel on Mission.
- Pride Heat San Francisco – June 25th
Great music and a fab atmosphere guaranteed at The Great Northern.
- Luna Park Pride Main Event – June 26th
The main event, not to be missed, 12 hours at The Midway.
- Bearracuda Pride Party – June 26th
Bear Pride party for lovers of all things hairy! Woof. At Public Works.
- Mr Queen Daytime Party – June 26th
The perfect afternoon event at the beautiful 620 Jones rooftop bar.
- Hot Tea by Cecil Russell – June 27th
Who doesn’t love a Tea Dance, at the funky Audio + Bergerac SF in SoMA.
- Sanctuary/ We Party Pink Carnival – June 27th
End your pride with a blast at 10515 Folsom during a 12 hour party.
San Francisco Pride
More than one million people will descend on San Francisco during the Pride weekend. With the population of the city doubling in size it can be, well, a challenge to navigate the maze of streets, hills, routes and events. The city explodes into a rainbow burst of music, dancing and excitement for Pride. Hundreds of thousands of people line the streets and descend on the annual downtown parade and festival making it the largest LGBT celebration in the country. The two-day bash takes place in front of City Hall at Civic Center Plaza — the same spot where Harvey Milk addressed the crowd in 1978 during “Gay Freedom Day.”
Pride features not only a main stage with music, competitions and comedy but 300+ exhibitors and more than 20 community-run stages. These include the Faerie Freedom Village, with a glitter gateway of live cabaret and avant-garde artists, a Leather Alley “carnival” to get schooled on S&M, the Cheer San Francisco stage with high-flying cheerleader stunts, and a chance to get your same-sex two-steppin’ in at the Country-Western Dance Corral.
San Francisco Pride Parade
- Returns 2022 The massive annual parade down Market Street is the main highlight of Pride. Expect over 200 parade contingents and floats with tons of fabulous eye candy representing a huge range of causes and beliefs including the 400+ extremely loud (and proud) Dykes on Bikes motorcycle group.
- The parade kicks off Sunday at 10:30 a.m. at Market and Beale and ends at Eighth Street near the Civic Center area.
- Pride is much more than just the Civic Center celebration. There’s also a fun cluster of gay-friendly events bubbling up around San Francisco all month.
San Francisco Pride Festival
- You can’t miss the day-long Pride Festival at Civic Center on the Saturday no matter how little sleep you had the night before. It’s like a gay theme park, and braving (or reveling in) the crowds is worth it for this quintessential celebration of our history and liberation.
The pinnacle of official Pride celebrations. It’s going to be packed tight and of epic proportions. If you want to experience the circuit party realness of San Francisco Pride, this is your party.
Where to Stay?
San Francisco is split into several areas but the main 2 are The Castro and Soma, with Soma being the area the where you will find Folsom Street, and most of the leather and fetish bars. See our two maps below for details on the closest bars and clubs in each neighbourhood. Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action.
Other popular neighbourhoods include Mission District. As the modern hub of San Francisco’s most vibrant district, Valencia Street is home to some of the city’s hottest destination eateries, funky independent shops, most crowded watering holes, and eye-popping murals.
If you want to be close to all the tourist attractions and stay in some of the best hotels in the city, then we recommend the downtown/union square district.
Hotels in SOMA:
Hotels in CASTRO:
Gay Map of San Francisco
We have divided the map into two areas, the Castro, San Francisco’s world famous gay district and SOMA, the are where the Folsom Street Fair takes place each September.
Map of Gay San Francisco (SOMA)
Map of Gay San Francisco (The Castro)
Recommended Apartments in San Francisco’s Castro
The apartment features 2 bedrooms, a flat-screen TV with cable channels, an equipped kitchen with a dishwasher and a microwave, a washing machine, and 1 bathroom with a shower.
1 & 2 Bedrooms
This 2-bedroom 2-bath house offers a formal dining room and a chef’s kitchen. It has a tropical-themed master-suite with a up-lit thatched ceiling, a multi-head glass enclosed rain shower
Heart of Castro
This 3 Bedroom 2 Bathroom remodeled flat in Heart of Castro offers a terrace, a balcony and free WiFi. A living room with a TV and a fully equipped kitchen with dishwasher and Washing machine
The apartment features 2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom, a flat-screen TV with satellite channels, a dining area, a fully equipped kitchen, and a patio with city views. With a balcony and free WiFi
Recommended Apartments in San Francisco’s SOMA
This air-conditioned holiday home Villa near the waterfront is equipped with 3 bedrooms, a living room with cable TV, and a fully equipped kitchen with a washing machine & dishwasher. a bathroom with bath and shower featuring free WiFi,
Heart of Nob Hill
Absolutely the best location in San Francisco! Situated in Nob Hill one of the city’s most desirable neighborhood enclaves just steps away from Union Square, the Financial District, Chinatown, 3 Bedrooms and a fully equipped kitchen
This is spacious and bright Luxurious Victorian One Bedroom Apartment in San Francisco Historic District Large Living aria with Smart TV. Office space Full bathroom, Hard floor a fully equipped kitchen with a microwave and a fridge.
The apartment is fitted with 1 bedroom, a flat-screen TV with cable channels and a fully equipped kitchen that provides guests with a dishwasher, a microwave, a washing machine, a fridge and an oven. a fitness centre, free WiFi, a 24-hour front desk,
Video Of San Francisco Gay Pride
Video highlighting San Francisco Pride Parade 2016
Recommended Hotels in San Francisco
Stay close to Union Square and you will be close to all the main action and just a BART away from the gay bars and clubs of the Castro.
The Marker, 4 Star
Offering French-inspired architecture, The Marker San Francisco, a Joie de Viver Hotel provides guests with an ideal city center location, eco-friendly