The Pride Parade


Unfortunately, the iconic Pride Parade will not take place today due to security concerns. A lack of sufficient personnel to ensure security along the route has forced the organizers to cancel the event. The other events scheduled at the Esplanade of the Olympic Park starting at 2 p.m. ─ T-Dance and the Closing Show with Pabllo Vittar ─ will take place as planned.

Date : Sunday, August 7, 2022
Time : 1 p.m.
René-Lévesque Boulevard, between Metcalfe and Alexandre deSève Streets
Moment of Silence
: 2:30 p.m.

The Pride Parade is back in full force this year! Join thousands of marchers to celebrate the advances of the 2SLGBTQIA+ communities’ rights and to highlight their demands. Community organizations, sports and sociocultural clubs, associations, labor unions, businesses and political organizations will unite their voices in celebrating and providing visibility to the realities of 2SLGBTQIA+ communities in a festive and colorful atmosphere.
Public participation will be allowed – even encouraged, in the wake of the parading contingents. Come march or attend the parade to show support for 2SLGBTQIA+ communities!
1. The 2.9 km long route will symbolically begin in the former 2SLGBTQIA+ area in the West and end in the heart of the current Village in the East
2. Reserved spaces for people with reduced mobility will be available at the corner of René-Lévesque Boulevard and Phillips Square Street.
3. Montréal Pride encourages you to use public transit to attend the Parade and the following party at the Olympic Park Esplanade (Pie-IX Metro station) showcasing the Mega T-Dance and the closing show.


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