Pride Pass – 2017
Grandstand Seating to watch the Parade.
Sunday, June 25th, 10:30 AM
Official San Francisco Pride VIP Party at City Hall access.
Sunday, June 25th, 2:00 to 5:00 PM
Pride Pass Packages:
$135 for one
$235 for two
$250 PowerBeats2 Wireless Headphones Offer
One Pride Pass, plus a pair of PowerBeats2 Wireless Headphones.
$500 Rainbow Flag Special Offer
One Pride Pass, plus an historic 6′ x 10′ Market Street Rainbow Flag (flown on the Parade Route from 1999 to 2012.)
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Pride Pass Partner Benefits:
Cruisin’ The Castro$5 Discount
Castro Walking Tour
Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours is San Francisco’s premier LGBTQ tour company walking with PRIDE since 1989! Explore the historical, diverse and colorful sites of the Castro neighborhood, known as one of the largest LGBTQ communities is the world. The “Historical Castro Tour”, is a fun and fascinating two hour tour with an easy route, no large hills and handicap accessible walkways. Discover how the Gold Rush, Word War II, the arrival of Harvey Milk, the AIDS epidemic, and the Rainbow Honor Walk, have created a sexually diverse culture spanning centuries in San Francisco. This comprehensive tour entails the struggles and triumphs of a culture striving for equality and civil rights, in both the United States and the world today.
Voted a TOP city tour by TripAdvisor & Viator!
GLBT History Museum2 for 1
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
Opened in January 2011, the GLBT History Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The GLBT History Museum is operated by the broader GLBT Historical Society and acts as the public face of the organization. Organizers conceived the museum as a way to showcase the archive’s depth and breadth, attract new collections and supporters, engage the public with the importance of queer history, and produce powerful exhibitions with the emphasis on diversity and social justice.
The Main Gallery exhibition, “Queer Past Becomes Present,” showcases how queer history informs the present and inspires us to build a community that embraces differences. In addition, two temporary exhibitions are on view through Pride: “Lavender-Tinted Glasses: A Groovy, Gay Look at the Summer of Love” (on view until late-September), and “Picturing Kinship: Portraits of Our Community by Lenore Chinn” (on view June 9-September 17).
For more information, visit glbthistory.org.
Private Guide SF15% off all Tours
Plus a Professional Photo Package ($75 value)
City Sights, Wine Tasting, and Photography tours.
Private Guide SF is proud to partner with San Francisco Pride.
Pride Pass holders get 15% off all tours PLUS the Private Guide SF professional photo package for free ($75.00 value). They 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 bus tours cannot go.
Happy Pride and welcome to San Francisco!
Good Vibrations20% discount on all
Pleasure Works toys
Join the Pleasure Revolution.
As a Pride Pass holder, visit any Good Vibrations to receive 20% off Pleasure Works products. Offer valid through 6/30/17. Excludes promotionally priced items an may not be combined with any other discount offer.
SoulCycleTwo Free Passes
Any Northern California location.
One-time visit, no expiration.
SoulCycle is a full-body, indoor cycling cardio party, located throughout the U.S and Canada. With inspirational instructors, candlelight, epic spaces, and rocking music, riders can let loose, clear their heads and empower themselves with strength that lasts beyond the studio walls. Forty-five minutes is all it takes to transform the way you look and feel. Get ready for fat-burning cardio, a full-body workout (we’ve added hand weights and core work!), and choreography to work your core.
Pride Pass holders receive two complimentary one-time passes, good at any Northern California SoulCycle location.
Plus 2 for 1 Mariposas, a specialty Pride month cocktail.
1815 Market Street
San Francisco, CA 94103
Join us in celebrating SF Pride @ DESTINO – latin bistro/pisco bar! Conveniently located on Market Street (across from the LGBT Center), DESTINO is at the epi-center of all Pride Events! All month long, we will be celebrating SF Pride with our Happy Hour, our specialty Pride Cocktail “La Mariposa” & upbeat Latin Vibes! Don’t forgot your Pride Pass for additional benefits on dinner & cocktails! Check out our Thursday nights featuring the best in Latin Pop from the 80’s, 90’s & today! Wishing everyone a safe and festive pride!
Castro Tattoo$20 Off
Tattoo’s purchased by
Pride Pass Holders.
3991 17th Street
San Francisco, CA
We are Castro Tattoo, An LGBTQ owned and operated shop located in the Castro district for the past 14 yrs. We have a variety of styles that our tattooers specialize in such as Black Work, Color Realism, Tahitian Tribal, Neo-Traditional, Etching and much more. We accept appointments and walk-ins when there is availability. Check out our artists at castrotattoo.com
Wicked GroundsFree Drink*
10% Off Merchandise
289 8th Street
San Francisco, CA
Founded just before the Folsom Street Fair in 2009, Wicked Grounds is San Francisco’s first and only kink cafe and boutique. In addition to a full menu of cafe fare, Wicked Grounds hosts a wide variety of BDSM, LGBTQI and related events, including workshops, classes, social gatherings, and munches.
Pride Pass holders receive a Free Drink with the purchase of a meal (excludes ice cream drinks). As well as 10% off merchandise.
Food With Integrity
With four locations in San Francisco, Chipotle offers you a great opportunity to take a break and enjoy a meal made with the fresh ingredients!
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 1979 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.
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