2016 Pride Pass
The San Francisco Pride Pass gives you the benefit of enjoying the best that San Francisco Pride has to offer:
- Grandstand Seating,
- access to our exclusive VIP Party,
- and drinks specials at the festival site 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.
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- $135: 1 Pride Pass
- $225: 2 Pride Passes
- $500: Special Offer, while supplies last: 1 Pride Pass, plus an historic Market Street Flag (flown on the Parade Route from 1999 to 2012.)
Pride Pass Benefit Details:
Front of the Line Access plus Free Admission
VOTED “BEST DANCE CLUB”/”BEST CLUB THEME NIGHT”/”BEST EVENT PRODUCERS” FOR EIGHT YEARS IN A ROW!
Bootie SF is the biggest mashup party in the world, taking place every Saturday night at the DNA Lounge (375 11th Street, SF). Featuring four different rooms, Bootie SF has been a San Francisco nightclubbing institution for 12+ years, winning various nightlife awards along the way.
Celebrating pop culture both past and present, the party keeps your brain guessing and body dancing with creative song combinations of the best mashup productions from around the globe, providing the soundtrack for the A.D.D. generation. Neither purely gay nor purely straight, this quintessential “San Fransexual” dance party unites everyone on the dance floor, with the people at the club being as mashed-up as the music. Drag shows, burlesque, aerial acts, and a live mashup rock band round out the various shows you might see on stage on any given Saturday night. Voted “Best Club Night” by the readers of the SF Weekly!
Hard Rock Cafe, San Francisco
Spend $20, get $5 off.Spend $50, get $10 off. Offer good for Food or Merchandise. Receive a Hard Rock shot glass with any $25 or greater purchase
Est. September 10, 1984
San Francisco is well known for its ground-breaking music scene, with a number of local bands that made it big . Our mind-blowing memorabilia collection featuring music’s greatest talents is something you just have to see in person.
Here at Pier 39, we have fab views of Alcatraz, the Golden Gate and Bay Bridges, the San Francisco Bay, and the City skyline, in addition to more than 110 stores and numerous fun-filled attractions. You can find the 45-acre, Pier 39 complex two blocks east of Fisherman’s Wharf at Beach Street and The Embarcadero.
A Gift Card for the iTunes Online Store
Everywhere you need to be entertained
iTunes is the best way to organize and enjoy the music, movies, and TV shows you already have — and shop for the ones you want to get. You can even tune in to Beats 1 radio, presented by Zane Lowe and a team of acclaimed DJs. Enjoy all the entertainment iTunes has to offer on your mobile device and personal computer.
Private Guide SF
10% off all Tours plus VIP package, Chocolates and bottle of wine
The leader in private tours in San Francisco
Private Guide SF is the leader in private tours here in San Francisco.
I offer private tours geared toward your travel needs at a reasonable cost. I always strive to, “Exceed the expectations of my guests.” Your customized tour includes a free consultation by phone or e-mail so that I can design your itinerary with you. This is free of charge and something you will not get from other local guides.
I’m a resident of San Francisco and know this city and surrounding area very well. I have first hand knowledge of every location listed on my website. I believe in being an ambassador for this great city and truly want to help you create the vacation of a lifetime. I work hard for my 5 STAR rating on Yelp & TripAdvisor so your satisfaction is guaranteed.
GLBT History Museum
2 for 1 Admission
Recognized internationally as a leader in the field of GLBT public history
The GLBT History Museum is located at 4127 18th Street in San Francisco’s historic Castro neighborhood.
Opened in January 2011, it 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.
Our Main Gallery exhibit, “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: “Feminists to Feministas: Women of Color in Prints and Posters” (open until July 4), and “Dancers We Lost: Honoring Performers Lost to HIV/AIDS” (open until August 7).
Hours of Operations: Monday-Saturday 11 am-6 pm, Sunday 12 noon-5 pm. For more information, visit glbthistory.org.
Face It Salon
All services 25% off – first time clients only
Full Service Salon & Spa
Face It Salon & Spa is located in the heart of the Castro. We have served the area since 1998 by providing a highly extensive list of services; hair, makeup, waxing and facials.
Also, Face It salon and spa is an authorized retailer to sell Dermalogica, Aveda, Cosmedix and Moroccanoil products. Just tell us what you need and we’ll take care of the rest, going above and beyond so you can be worry-free. Our professional beauty experts are highly professionally trained and licensed to accentuate your unique style and beauty. You will get a complimentary consultation before any treatment to find just what you need to look and feel your best. To make an appointment please call us at (415) 431-7233.
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!
25% discount on all PleasureWorks Items
Promoting Sexual Health & Pleasure Since 1977
Good Vibrations is the premier retailer trusted for over three decades to provide high quality products, education, and information that promotes sexual health, pleasure, and empowerment.
We invented the concept of the clean, well-lighted vibrator store and we’re proud to provide a safe, welcoming, and non-judgmental environment where customers can shop for sex toys, books, movies, and attend workshops.
Cruisin’ The Castro
$7 discount for the “Historical Castro Walking Tour”
San Francisco Tours with Pride since 1989!
Cruisin’ the Castro Walking Tours is San Francisco’s original and 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 at TripAdvisor “2015 Hall of Fame Tour”! For Reservation go to www.cruisinthecastro.com
Front of the line access plus 2-for-1 drink
Bench and Bar, Inc. Part of the Club 21 and Club BNB Family in Oakland
The Club BNB is part of Oakland’s newly revitalized Uptown District near the recently renovated Fox Theatre. The location features 6 full bars, multiple dance floors, billiard’s room, smoking lounge, second floor VIP lounge, state of the art sound and lighting systems, fully air conditioned, ample street/garage parking and less than ½ block from BART.
The Bench and Bar, Inc. has been an Oakland landmark for over 35 years. Originally opened by a Judge and Attorney and as a twist, named the club Bench and Bar, the club has relocated two times and is now the largest gay and lesbian nightclub in the Bay Area.
September 11, 2016
It is the mission of Oakland Pride to celebrate the cultures and diversity of the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer (LGBTQ) community in Oakland and the East Bay.
We are dedicated to educating the greater community, promoting equality, civic involvement and responsibility within Oakland and neighboring communities. Oakland Pride is committed to facilitating leadership and coalition building for the funding and development of the first LGBTQ community center in Oakland for everyone.
Historic Market Street Flag
With the $500 Pride Pass Purchase
“A true flag cannot be designed — it has to be torn from the soul of the people.”
The Historic Market Street Flags have been proudly flown on Market Street and the San Francisco Pride Parade route for 15 years. 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 sometime 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.