Record Breaking Numbers at the 2017 Boston Pride Parade and Festival (Boston, MA) – June 16, 2017 – Boston Pride announced today that the 47th annual Pride Parade and Festival, which took place June 2 to 11, included a record breaking number of groups and individuals marching in the parade. This year’s parade consisted of […]
Join our community today at 11am at the Boston Common for the Stronger Together Rally. Speakers will include: Mayor Martin Walsh, City of Boston Maura Healey, Mass. Attorney General Sen. Linda Dorcena Forry, Massachusetts Senate Rep. Elizabeth Malia, Massachusetts House of Representatives Ayanna Pressley, Boston City Councilor-at-Large Carmen Carrera, Trans Activist, Model and Actress Renee […]
Due to the inclement weather, the Pride Lights ceremony and program will be held indoors at the Black Box Theatre, starting at 7pm. The Black Box Theatre is located next to the Cyclorama at 539 Tremont St, Boston, MA. For discounted parking, click here!
Dear Community, We acknowledge that our actions, past and recent, have caused harm to members of our community, particularly in the transgender community. We deeply apologize for using language and for posting content on social media that yielded such harm and pain. The impact of these actions has done members of our community wrong and […]
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Boston Breakers Pride Night 2017 – Boston Breakers vs. North Carolina Courage Jordan Field 65 North Harvard St Boston, MA 02134 Saturday, June 24th at 4:00PM Tickets from $30 Click here to get your tickets! Come celebrate Pride 2017 with the Breakers on Saturday, June 24th as they take on the North Carolina Courage! Get […]
The planning committee for the Stronger Together Rally is proud to announce the following Value Statement. Stronger Together Rally Value Statement We hold the Boston Stronger Together Rally in solidarity with the “Equality March for Unity & Pride” and partner rallies across the country. Our intent is to center and amplify the voices of those […]
Since 2015 the Boston Pride Guide has made a tradition of gracing the cover of our annual magazine with artwork created by members of Greater Boston’s artistic community. In the face of all the negativity and hate that queer individuals – and especially those living at the intersectional margins of our society – are experiencing […]