Atlanta Pride Festival 2018
InfoTwo day festival in Piedmont park with music, events, and marches. The Parade takes place Sunday October 14
The annual Trans March
Steps off: Saturday, October 13, 1:45 p.m.
Assembly begins at 1:15 p.m. at the Charles Allen Gate
This march celebrates and promotes visibility of the Trans community. The march took place on the festival grounds and all Trans people and Trans Allies were there with positive banners and signs. We encouraged individuals to make and bring signs supportive of Trans issues.
The annual Dyke March
Steps off: Saturday, October 13, 6:00 p.m.
Assembly begins 5:30 p.m. at the Charles Allen Gate
This march is dedicated to the empowerment of the women of Atlanta and beyond. The Dyke March, with its focus on women, unites to create an atmosphere of inclusion and community. The march is open to all women loving women (trans-inclusive) of any race, culture, orientation, ability, health, socioeconomic level, family structure, faith or age! This march is a time to demonstrate our commitment to nurture and build a new tomorrow, united for equality and justice. We called on all women of Atlanta and beyond to join us as we marched.
Atlanta pride Parade:
Steps off: Sunday, October 14, 12:00 p.m. SHARP
Assembly begins at 9:30 a.m. on the streets near the Civic Center MARTA Station
Route: The Parade will step off from the Civic Center MARTA Station. The parade merges off Ralph McGill onto Peachtree Street and Travels north. It then turns east on to 10th Street and follows 10th Street to the Charles Allen Gate entrance of Piedmont Park, where the Parade officially ends.
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