Seattle’s main 2019 Pride parade moves through city
Seattle’s Pride festivities had roughly 60,000 people in attendance, flooding into the Emerald City for Sunday’s various events.
Seattle’s main Pride Parade kicked off at 11 a.m. Sunday, along 4th Avenue in downtown. The parade started at 4th and Union, and ended at 2nd and Denny Way.
PrideFest Seattle Center will feature numerous stages and performers across the area through 8 p.m Sunday, making it so parking options will range from “difficult” to “basically impossible.” Public transit, rideshare, or biking will likely be your best travel options if you’re either attending or going anywhere near the weekend’s Pride celebrations.
King County Metro Bus transit service was rerouted for some of the events. Link Light rail also had several stops for Pride events.