Show your Pride at 2019 Seattle Pride Parade 

Pictured: King County Executive Dow Constantine marches with the King County contingency in the 2018 Pride Parade.

It’s less than two weeks until the 2019 Seattle Pride Parade, and King County is getting ready to celebrate.  

Join your colleagues, friends and family Sunday, June 30, as we march to celebrate and support Seattle’s LGBTQ+ community. 

The King County contingent will be staging on 4th Avenue, between Union Street and University Street. Just look for the Metro Bus or Medic One Rig to find us. The Parade route is about a mile long and will end near Seattle Center at 2nd Avenue and Denny Way. 

We recommend people arrive at 10:30 a.m. if they want a free t-shirt (150 free t-shirts will be available on a first-come, first-serve basis in adult sizes only). Others are welcome to arrive later to limit standing around time. The parade starts at 11 a.m., and our contingent won’t start moving right away – likely closer to noon.  

The weather may be warm so check the forecast and plan appropriately. Remember to stay hydrated and please make sure you’re prepared for your unique needs.  

For more information about the County’s contingent, email Mariah Taylor at with “Pride 2019” in the subject line. 

If you are scheduled to work and wish to attend the parade, please seek approval via your department’s applicable leave policies.