The Best of San Francisco Pride in One Convenient Pass!
Pride PassPurchase Your Pride Passes Now!
Pride Pass gives you the benefit of enjoying the best that San Francisco Pride has to offer:
- Grandstand Seating, with preferred access,
- Entrance to our VIP Party, with preferred access,
- Official 2019 SF Pride Commemorative T-shirt, ($20 Value!)
- Collectible SF Pride Enamel Lapel Pin,
- $1 off all drinks at Official SF Pride Beverage booths at the Celebration throughout the weekend.
Pride Pass also gives you the added benefit of enjoying discounts and special offers from our business partners in the local community.
For the latest information on Pride Pass, like us on Facebook: facebook.com/SFPridePass/Purchase Your Pride Passes Now!
- $135: for one
- $250: for two
- $500: Commemorative Rainbow Flag Package. The rainbow flag was first unfurled at San Francisco Pride in 1978. The Commemorative Rainbow Flag Package includes one Pride Pass plus a 6′ x 10′ retired rainbow flag that once flew along the parade route.
Here’s what Pride Pass Purchasers have to say:
“Grandstand seating was awesome, and we were able to be with people who truly invested and supported the LGBTQ community. Feeling safe and festive was an important part of buying the pass.” -Patricia, Monterey CA
“Best was getting into Civic Center. going right through like a VIP instead of waiting in line. Also, the VIP Party was amazing. The food was delicious, city hall is beautiful, the entertainment was perfect.” -Brendon, Alameda CA
“Love the grandstand seating, the souvenir shirts, and the Pride Passes themselves as souvenirs!” -Karina, Argentina
“We had a wonderful time. Thank you for your amazing job!” -Juliana, England
“We attended both events and had a tremendously good time at both. The parade was exuberant, heart-warming, and affirming. The VIP Party was fun, entertaining, and as recent transplants to the city, made us feel more a part of the community. -Kevin, San Francisco CA
Additional Benefits of a Pride Pass:
GLBT History Museum2 for 1 Admission
4127 18th Street, in San Francisco’s historic Castro neighborhood. Monday-Saturday 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM Sunday 12:00 N to 5:00 PM
SubPar Miniature GolfSpecial Pride Per Round for All Ages
4900 North Point St #F-201, San Francisco, CA 94109
Private Guide SF15% off all Tours Plus a Professional Photo Package ($75 value)
Private Guide SF is a proud sponsor of San Francisco Pride.To show our commitment to our community, we are offering 15% off all tours and including our professional photo package for free. ($75.00 value!) City Sights, Wine Tasting, and Photography Tours. Brian can even take you to Monterey/Big Sur or Santa Cruz for a day tour. See the sights in comfort with a licensed guide and go where the big tour bus tours cannot go. Happy Pride and welcome to San Francisco!
Good Vibrations15% discount on total purchase
plus A FREE GIFT
Asian Art Museum20% discount off admission
FOOT Fun Walking Tours20% discount per ticket
($24 off per ticket)
ODC20% discount on dance classes
SALT Fitness Studio20% off all class packages and memberships; June 1-Dec 31
20% off exclusive Pride SALTY t-shirt
Wicked GroundsFree Drink* plus 10% Off Your Entire Bill
Pride Pass holders receive a Free Drink with the purchase of a meal (excludes ice cream drinks), and 10% off the entirety of your final bill.
289 8th Street San Francisco, CA
Official 2019 T-Shirt
Expires 5pm, 6/30/19
Collectible SF Pride Enamel Lapel Pin
Historic Market Street Rainbow Flag 10′ x 6′With a $500 Pride Pass Purchase
“A true flag cannot be designed — it has to be torn from the soul of the people.”
Every year Market Street is lined with Rainbow flags for the entire month of June. With profound origins in 1974, then San Francisco City Supervisor Harvey Milk, who at the time was the highest serving openly gay American in a public office, challenged Gilbert Baker, fabulous tailor and community member, to fashion a symbol of pride for the gay community, a positive alternative the sometimes controversial pink triangle. Baker was inspired by this call to action and quickly began working on the flag. Dying the fabrics himself, and with the help of volunteers, Gilbert Baker stitched together eight strips of brilliant color, forming a huge banner that spoke volumes to and about the LGBT community: hot pink stood for sexuality, red for life, orange for healing, yellow for the sun, green for nature, turquoise blue for art, indigo for harmony and violet for spirit. Ever since that time, and with the elimination of two colors from the original version, the Rainbow Flag has been flown from the light poles along both sides of Market Street. Since the 1978 Gay Freedom Day Parade until today’s San Francisco Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender Pride Parade and Celebration, this vibrant symbol remains a beacon and a representation of our diverse and vivacious LGBT community.