We’re here, we’re there, we’re everywhere!

CP24 will broadcast the parade LIVE throughout the afternoon beginning at 2pm. You can also watch it online at CP24.comThe parade will be a large part of our coverage which includes commercial breaks and news updates.

It’s that time again! Time to celebrate who you are, with your community, at Pride Toronto’s 2023 Pride Parade. This impactful Festival weekend is a time for us to come together to not only celebrate how far we’ve come, but to also show the world that we’re here and our lives matter. With 100+ groups marching this year we’re grateful to see how much support our community has gained. From glittery costumes and drag queens, to dynamic performances and good music to get you dancing, we’re sure to make your 2023 Pride experience both exciting and memorable.

We offer 6 accessible risers/viewing stations alongside our Parade route. Please take note of the intersections below:

  • St. Mary’s St. & Yonge St. – accessible riser
  • Isabella St. & Yonge St. – accessible riser
  • Breadalbane St. & Yonge St. – accessible riser
  • Wood St. & Yonge St. – accessible riser
  • Elm St. & Yonge St. – accessible riser
  • Edward St. & Yonge St. – viewing station (ground level)

We will also have free water being offered at the above mentioned intersections alongside Carlton St. & Yonge St.

Please remember to stay hydrated and plan ahead to bring anything necessary to keep you comfortable in the summer sun. Please bring water, sunscreen and food to get you through the day as you experience one of the biggest North American Pride Parades.

For all our Parade contingents/participants, you will receive all the necessary information pertaining to arrival times and locations closer to the Festival time. If you are still in need of any information, please do not hesitate to contact us at parade@pridetoronto.com

Join us at the corner of Church St N and Bloor St E at 2pm to kick off Canada’s largest Pride Parade. Follow us southbound along Yonge St, with us turning RIGHT this year on Dundas St. W. Folks can make their way straight to NPS off of Bay St. where the festivities continue for the remainder of the night. We’re looking forward to you joining us at our new ending point at Nathan Phillips Square where our NEW Main Stage and Beer garden will be. We can’t wait to celebrate Pride with you!

Parade Date & Time

June 25th 2023: 2pm – 7pm

Floats Arrival Time*

between 8am-12pm on Rosedale Valley Rd.

Marchers Arrival Time*

12pm-4pm on Bloor & Church

Pride Toronto’s Dispatch Number (online available during festival hours): 1-(705)-805-1570

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