During the month of June, rainbow flags are proudly flown as the city comes out in full force to support its LGBTQ+ community. The festivities reach their peak at the end of the month over Pride Weekend with the two-day PrideFest (seattlepridefest.org), which includes the Seattle Pride Parade ( seattlepride.org) on Sunday morning. Summer also brings a collection of concerts, food trucks, a craft bazaar, and more at Pride in the Park ( seattlepride.org).
For cinematic celebration of queer film, don’t miss visiting Three Dollar Bill Cinema (1122 E Pike St, #1313; threedollarbillcinema.org), showcasing the latest and greatest in the genre.
Explore LGBTQ+ hot spots like Changes (2103 N 45th St; changesinwallingford.com), a pub in Wallingford known for its karaoke; Wildrose Bar (1021 E Pike St; thewildrosebar.com), a women-owned lesbian bar that’s been around since 1984; or Queer/Bar (1518 11th Ave; thequeerbar.com), a multi-faceted space, with cocktails, drag entertainment, community discussions, and more. Enjoy more dynamic nightlife on Capitol Hill at Neighbours Nightclub (1509 Broadway Ave; neighboursnightclub.com) and Re-bar (1114 Howell St; rebarseattle.com), two of the top LGBTQ-friendly clubs around town.
Learn more about Seattle’s LGBTQ Community.
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