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Pride Toronto grants media outlets exclusive access to select events and spaces around Pride Month. All members of the media are required accreditation approval. Space and accredited media passes are limited and in high demand.
2018 MEDIA ACCREDITATION IS NOW CLOSED.
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The LGBTQ+ community’s fierce commitment to AIDS activism over the past 35 years has led to massive strides in the fight against HIV/AIDS. The progress has been astounding but - despite it all - more needs to be done. To this end, Pride Toronto...read more
This years’ Pride Festival will not only be bigger than ever, it will also mark the launch of the new Drink & Carry program which will allow festival-goers to consume alcohol while continuing to explore the licensed area. While licensing a...read more
As a tribute to community members lost as well as those who continue to feel unsafe in the community, Pride Toronto will conclude the traditional Pride Parade with the “Until We’re Safe March”. The march, formerly called the Black March, is...read more
[Toronto, Ont.] As Pride Toronto’s largest and longest running stage, Blockorama has provided a loving space within the festival that respects intersections, accessible needs, the importance of programming and community-led space. For its 20th...read more
[Toronto, Ont.] Pride Toronto has released a new app sponsored by Live Nation available for free on Android and iOS devices!read more
Toronto City Council approved Pride Toronto’s 2018 funding request. Pride Toronto is pleased that the City of Toronto continues to support our festival, one of the largest in North America. Thanks to the support of the City of Toronto, the 2018 Pride...read more