Vancouver Pride Parade 2015 – Super Heroes!

Vancouver Pride Parade
Sunday, August 2, 2015 – 12:00pm to 3:00pm

One of the best celebrations in Vancouver, the Vancouver Pride Parade is a local gem, and a truly fun and inspiring event.

About the Vancouver Pride Parade
Attracting crowds of more than 650,000, the Pride Parade is renowned on the international stage as one of the largest and most successful LGBTQ2+ events in the world.

2015 marks the 37th Anniversary of Pride in Vancouver

This year’s theme is Gender Super Heroes. Because being yourself and sharing who you really are, makes you an everyday super hero!

Super hero geek that I am, I’m looking forward to seeing some inventive costumes this year!

Attracting crowds of more than 650,000, the Pride Parade is renowned as one of the largest and most successful LGBTQ2+ events in the world.

WestJet cruising along the Vancouver Pride Parade 2014
WestJet cruising along the Vancouver Pride Parade 2014
Justin Trudeau at the 2014 Vancouver Pride Parade
Justin Trudeau at the 2014 Vancouver Pride Parade

2015 Pride Grand Marshals

To inspire people this year and reflect the diversity at Pride, Roan Reimer, Michelle Fortin, and Romi Chandra Herbert are this year’s Pride Grand Marshals!

Parade Tips:

Remember to bring your sunscreen, a hat and water! Temperatures can run high on Parade day, so moderate exposure to the sun and stay hydrated! And if you, like me carry you camera with you, be aware that spontaneous water falls occur – be ready to shield your camera from a deluge. Put on you dancing shoes, because music features heavily along the parade route.

Vancouver Pride Parade Route​:

The Pride Parade begins at Robson Street and Thurlow Street, heads west to Denman Street, follows Denman to Pacific Street and Beach Avenue and finishes at the Sunset Beach Festival site.
Download the map here.

Pre-Parade Event – Davie Street Block Party

Davie Street Block Party, 6 PM to Midnight on Friday July 31st @ Davie Village
This year’s block party is exploding the beer garden and dropping the fences, with the party spilling out from the Community Stage at Davie Street’s historic Rainbow Crosswalk at Bute Street, where you can pound the pavement to some of the city’s hottest talent. The Davie Street Block Party is free and open to all ages, all genders and all bodies​, but outdoor bar service is 19+ only​, with a wristband purchased for $5.00 at one of our ticket booths.


Vancouver Pride Parade Website

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