2020 PRIDE PASS — SPECIAL EDITION
An extraordinary experience of San Francisco Pride’s 50th Anniversary
Historic Rainbow Flag Package
Pride Pass Rainbow Flag gives you all the benefits plus entrance to local SF Pride hosted events year-around, a historical flag and exclusive discounts with Pride Pass Partners around town
Pride Pass packages offer incredible value, including an official Commemorative 50th Anniversary T-shirt, special Online Celebration items, discounts from Pride Pass Partners, and invites to special events.*
‘Generations of Hope’ 2020 T-Shirt! $30 Value
A great way to commemorate the San Francisco 2020 LGBT Pride Online Celebration, these high-quality T-shirts by We The People are available in a variety of sizes.*
Celebrate Pride in style! Branded sunglasses, water bottle, and sticker.
Collectible SF Pride Enamel Lapel Pin
Our Enamel Pin goes with everything, letting you show your Pride throughout the year!
Historic Rainbow Flag Package
The rainbow flag was first unfurled at San Francisco Pride in 1978. The Rainbow Flag Package includes one All-Access Pride Pass plus a 6′ x 10′ retired rainbow flag that once flew along the parade route.
2021 Pride Pass Contest
Every Pride Pass holder is entered for a chance to win a Pride Pass for next year’s celebration, and more!
Year-Round Access to Pride Offers
2020 Pride Pass Partners offer discounts on products, special promotions, and more. Additionally, 2020 All Access Pride Pass holders will receive 10% off 2021 Pride Passes.
Exclusive Events Throughout the Year
Pride Pass holders are invited to enjoy year-round special events at a partner hotel near Civic Center. Drinks, snacks and a lot of fun will be served. **upon approval from city officials regarding covid-19 guidelines
Weekend Stream Viewing Party on Zoom
Pride Pass holders are invited to enjoy a special Online Celebration Viewing Party, Saturday and Sunday June 27th and 28th.
Enjoy these special offers from Pride Pass Partners
2-for-1 Admission at the GLBT Historical Society Museum
Opened in January 2011, the GLBT Historical Society Museum is the first full-scale, stand-alone museum of its kind in the United States. The GLBT Historical Society 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.
For more information, visit glbthistory.org.
4127 18th Street, in San Francisco’s historic Castro neighborhood.
Monday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-6 p.m. Sunday, noon to 5 p.m.
20% discount off admission at Asian Art Museum
Immerse yourself in the rich, diverse artistic traditions of Asia in the historic heart of downtown San Francisco. Through one of the world’s finest collections of Asian art, explore 6,000 years and an entire continent, from Turkey to Thailand, in a single afternoon. Our collection of over 18,000 magnificent artworks — paintings, sculptures, bronzes, ceramics and much more — includes masterpieces unlike anything else in the world. With our robust schedule of special exhibitions, there’s always something new to captivate you. Our exhibitions span time and place to share the diversity of Asian arts and cultures. In recent years, we’ve presented China’s famed terracotta warriors, the history of yoga, cutting-edge contemporary art, batik textiles and Japanese manga — and that’s just the beginning.
Pride Pass holders will enjoy a 20% discount off General Admission and Special Exhibit access at the Asian Art Museum.expires 12/2020
Special Pride Per Round for All Ages at SubPar Miniature Golf
Subpar Miniature Golf is a fun activity place for the whole family. We have an 18-hole custom built miniature golf course, exciting video arcade, snack bar, and beer and wine on tap. We host birthday parties and corporate events, and boost an incredible view of the bay and Alcatraz!
4900 North Point St #F-201, San Francisco, CA 94109expires 12/2020
20% Off Virtual Dance Classes at ODC
Celebrate Pride at San Francisco’s Home for Dance!
Dozens of classes are available online through ODC At-Home Classes, from ballet and pilates, to samba and hip-hop. All Levels. All Welcome. Join our dynamic community and discover your new groove at odc.dance/schedule
All ages. All levels. All welcome.expires 12/2020
30% store wide discount for the the months June and July to MoAD’s Online Bookstore
Books are the best company these days! Join MoAD in reading across the diaspora. MoAD Lit brings you a wide range of literary selections, including local Bay Area writers, exhibition catalogues, and authors from across the African Diaspora. Keep reading with us!
Free entrance to museum after July through the end of 2020.offer expiry varied
$2 off a pint any visit to Anchor Public Taps
San Francisco’s original brewery, Anchor Brewing Company, is now serving the community at their pilot brewery and bar, Anchor Public Taps. Here, we make delicious small-batch innovation brews, throw trivia and game nights, host concerts and celebrate our vibrant city. Members of the Pride Pass will receive a special discount on their beer purchases at Anchor Public Taps. Choose from beer flights, 32oz Crowlers, a classic pint of Anchor Steam and so much more. Anchor Public Taps is family-friendly and dog-friendly. Come hungry, because we have a rotating food truck onsite daily
(Prices per pint vary from $5-7)expires 12/2020
20% discount per ticket ($6 off per ticket) on FOOT Fun Walking Tours
FOOT Fun Walking Tours is an LBGT-owned and -operated business that has been showing tourists and locals the fun side of San Francisco, offering public and private tours of the city since 1999. Their “Come Out to the Castro” tour is one of their highest-rated tours and is lead by Kim Larsen, an out actor and publisher of Gay Pocket Guide. Owner (and Tour Diva) AJ Davenport has developed and led city and neighborhood tours for over 11 years, including “Go West, Young Woman,” a unique tour of San Francisco “herstory.” Both of these historic tours are available at a discount to Pride Pass holders.expires 12/2020
10% off discount on products at Charles Chocolates
Charles Chocolates is an artisan chocolatier producing small-batch, handmade, and all-natural confections right here in San Francisco. Our limited edition Pride Fleur de Sel Caramel Collection features a beautiful ombré rainbow across our best-selling caramels. Adding Fleur de Sel to our dark, rich caramel further accentuates the delicious caramel flavor. Each box contains a selection of our Classic Fleur de Sel Caramels and Bittersweet Fleur de Sel Caramels, all enrobed in our rich 65% bittersweet chocolate with a sophisticated rainbow motif. The perfect sweet treat for all of your Pride celebrations and a reminder of equal rights for all!
10% of discounted purchases donated back to SF Prideexpires 12/2020
15% off drinks at BEI San Francisco
Welcome to the San Francisco BEI (BAY) Area. Enjoy Life With Intention in the heart of downtown San Francisco, discover our boutique hotel that cultivates authentic connections. Inspired to create harmonious, balanced spaces and centered around community, BEI San Francisco delivers a modern hotel experience that lets you embrace you unique lifestyle, work style and play style.expires 12/2020
Free Drink and 50% discount off door admission at any PLUR Events
Many Fridays and every Saturday at DNA Lounge, 375 Eleventh Street, San Francisco, and other amazing locations. 18+ and All Ages.
Additional merchandise discounts and free coat check available at most events.
More info at plur.events
20% off with online code at sunnytizeme.me
Special gift bottles to celebrate 50 years of Pride, cheerful colors Made in California with local Sonoma/Napa distilled alcohol. Natural, simple blend protects your skin, and can protect your friends
Buy One Get One Free admittance to San Jose Art Museum
The San José Museum of Art is the premier modern and contemporary art museum in Silicon Valley. The Museum was founded in 1969 by a small group of San José artists and grassroots activists who reclaimed the city’s landmark, nineteenth-century former library and post office (threatened with demolition) as a municipal art gallery.
SJMA’s unique artistic program showcases the work of significant internationally acclaimed and emerging artists whose creative interests and distinctive approaches to contemporary art resonate with defining characteristics of San José and Silicon Valley−from its rich cultural diversity to its innovative ethos. Exhibitions and programs mirror the international reach of our majority-minority community and celebrate the artist as risk-taker. The Museum’s growing permanent collection has recently surpassed 2,600 objects.
Through its education and public programs, SJMA actively works to bring artists and their unique expertise into wider dialogue. SJMA is the largest provider of in-school arts education in Santa Clara County, serving over 44,000 students per year. With extensive classroom-residency programs focused on nurturing students’ creative mindsets, the Museum is a local leader in STEAM (Science-Technology-Engineering-Arts-Math) education. The docent-run classroom-based program, Let’s Look at Art, is close to reaching its one millionth student.