You can get information about WorldPride events happening throughout New York City, including the NYC Pride March and PrideFest.

NYC Pride March will take place on Sunday, June 30th. The March will step-off at 12 PM on the corner of 26th Street and 5th Avenue.

Learn more about the NYC Pride March.

Download the NYC Pride March route map.

PrideFest will also take place on June 30th from 11 AM to 6 PM. The festival will be located on 4th Avenue between 9th Street and 14th Street

View the full list of WorldPride NYC / Stonewall50 events throughout New York City.

The WorldPride Welcome Center is located in Manhattan at 112 Christopher Street, steps from the Stonewall National Monument.

At the WorldPride Welcome Center, you can learn about the roots and accomplishments of the LGBTQ rights movement in New York.

The Center is open Monday through Friday from 10 AM to 7 PM, Saturday from 10 AM to 5 PM, and Sunday from 12 PM to 5 PM.

The Pride March route begins at 26th Street and 5th Avenue. 

The route will go south on 5th Avenue to 8th Street, west on 8th Street to 6th Avenue/Greenwich Avenue, west on Greenwich Avenue to Christopher Street, west on Christopher Street to 7th Avenue, then north on 7th Avenue ending at 23rd Street.

Travelers should expect multiple street closures and traffic delays throughout Manhattan on Sunday, June 30th, for NYC Pride March and PrideFest. You can get a list of streets that are closed for these events. There will be no crosstown traffic allowed along the route.

Please note that additional closures and detours may occur depending on crowd size. Street closures are subject to change at any time.

You can also get real-time Traffic Condition updates before traveling.

Street Closures

The following streets in Manhattan will be closed June 30th from 7 AM to Midnight: 

  • 4th Avenue between 9th and 14th Streets
  • 5th Avenue between 8th and 34th Streets
  • 6th Avenue between Bleecker Street and 10th Street
  • 7th Avenue between Greenwich Avenue and 29th Street
  • 7th Avenue South between Christopher Street and Greenwich Avenue
  • 8th Street between 5th and 6th Avenues
  • 9th Street between 6th Avenue and University Place
  • 10th Street between Broadway and 4th Avenue
  • 11th Street between 4th and 3rd Avenues, and between Greenwich Avenue and 6th Avenue
  • 12th Street between Broadway and 4 Avenue
  • 13th Street between Broadway and 4th Avenue
  • 15th Street between Union Square West and 5th Avenue, and between 6th and 7th Avenues
  • 24th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 25th Street between 9th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 26th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 27th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 28th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 29th Street between 9th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 30th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 31st Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue South
  • 32nd Street between 6th and Park Avenues
  • 33rd Street between 6th and Park Avenues
  • 43rd through 53rd Streets, between 8th and 6th Avenues
  • Broadway between 46th and 50th Streets
  • Christopher Street between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue South
  • Greenwich Avenue between 6th and 7th Avenues

A special event construction embargo (ban) is in effect for World Pride events, including the NYC Pride March. The embargo is in effect from Wednesday, June 26th, 2019, through Sunday, June 30th, 2019.

During the embargo, only emergency work may be performed, unless an emergency authorization number is received from Department of Transportation (DOT). Utility cover openings are also restricted unless an emergency number is obtained from DOT.

Any non-emergency permits issued prior to the embargo are voided.

There will be strict enforcement of the ban and violators are subject to summons.

Learn more about the construction embargo, including dates and locations.

Embargo Waivers

To apply for a waiver, please email specialevents@dot.nyc.gov. In the subject line include "event name / waiver request." In the body of the email, describe in detail the scope and timeline of work and attach any relevant drawings. 

If you have any questions about embargo waivers, please contact the Office of Special Events at (212) 839-6620.

You can opt-in for text alerts from Notify NYC for up-to-date WorldPride NYC information. 

Text NYCPRIDE2019 to 692692 to receive alerts and updates about various WorldPride events in New York City, as well as updates on weather, road closures, traffic delays or other information that may affect Pride events.

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