This weekend, Boston’s 42nd annual LGBT Pride Celebration, Pride Week, will wrap up with an exciting series of events and activities stretching from Friday night festivities to Sunday afternoon block parties.
Hosted by Boston Pride, an organization that produces events and activities to achieve inclusivity, equality, respect, and awareness in Greater Boston (and beyond), Pride Week is a testament to their dedication to bringing people together, fostering diversity, and making an impact through safe, fun, and goodhearted programming.
Here’s a glance at how you can celebrate Pride this weekend:
Friday, June 8
Pride @ Night: Boston’s Queer Friday – 10 PM: Guilt, 75 Warrenton St., Boston
Saturday, June 9
Boston Pride Parade – 12 PM: Copley Square to City Hall Plaza, Boston
Boston Pride Festival – 12 PM – 6 PM: City Hall Plaza, Boston
Esme Women’s Block Party – 2 PM: In the Alley at 1 Boylston Place, Boston
Boston Pride Youth Dance – 7 PM – 11 PM: Quincy Market Upper Rotunda, Boston
Pride @ Night: Epic @ House of Blues – 10 PM: House of Blues, 15 Lansdowne St., Boston
Pride @ Night: Lush – 10 PM: Machine, 1254 Boylston St., Boston
Pride @ Night: RISE After Hours: Rise, 306 Stuart St., Boston
Sunday, June 10
Boston Pride Block Party: JP Edition – 12 PM – 7 PM: Perkins St., Jamaica Plain
Boston Pride Block Party: Back Bay Edition – 12 PM – 8 PM: St. James Ave., Boston
Pride @ Night: Finale @ Royale – 10 PM: Royale Boston, 279 Tremont St., Boston
*A portion of all “Pride @ Night” events benefit Boston Pride.