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Orlando’s ‘Come Out With Pride’ festival: Parade route, parking and everything you need to know

Orlando’s Come Out With Pride Festival is back this year to celebrate the largest LGBTQ+ parade in Central Florida.The festival will be at Lake Eola Park from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.Come Out With Pride Inc. started in 2005 to cultivate visibility, authenticity, and acceptance by curating inclusive experiences for everyone in Central Florida and beyond.Come Out With Pride Orlando is a pride festival and parade celebrating LGBTQ+ life, culture, and community. Attendees can enjoy live entertainment, diverse food trucks and beverage choices, and a marketplace showcase of local vendors supporting the LGBTQ+ community.The annual event attracts more than 200,000 attendees each year and has reshaped the Orlando Regional Pride Parade into one of the most well-attended Pride events in the world.If you plan on attending the event, here is what to know:Things to do:12 p.m. – Festival grounds open at Lake Eola, featuring a marketplace, youth zone, Rainbow Ranch Kids Zone, sponsored walk, food vendors, a sober space and more.1 p.m. – Trans Rally, Club Pride Stage4 p.m. – The Most Colorful Parade, presented by AHF6 p.m. – Pride Rally and presentation of awards, Diva Stage at the Diva Stage, presented by Show Imaging9:30 p.m. – Fireworks Grand FinaleParkingAccording to the website for the event, it’s advised to get there early since parking will be spread across downtown Orlando. Attendees also have the option of paying for a parking spot in advance. Find out more here.Parade RouteThis year’s parade route will be the same as last year’s route. Attendees can grab spots on Summerlin Avenue or Central Boulevard. Find a map of the festival here.VIP Experiences:Meet & Greet with Monét X Change and LaLa Ri:This experience includes a picture with the Come Out With Pride headliners, Monét X Change and LaLa Ri. The price is $50 per pass.Regular VIP – After 4 p.m.The tickets include unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ and air-conditioned bathrooms. The price is $125 per pass. This is for people ages 21 and up.Pride Deluxe VIP – All DayThis includes unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ and air-conditioned bathrooms. The price is $150 per pass This is for people ages 21 and up.Pride Platinum VIP – All DayThis features guaranteed parking space one block away from the festival, unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ, air-conditioned bathrooms and 2023 Pride commemorative item. The price is $195 per pass. This space is 21 and up.

Orlando’s Come Out With Pride Festival is back this year to celebrate the largest LGBTQ+ parade in Central Florida.

The festival will be at Lake Eola Park from 12 p.m. to 10 p.m.

Come Out With Pride Inc. started in 2005 to cultivate visibility, authenticity, and acceptance by curating inclusive experiences for everyone in Central Florida and beyond.

Come Out With Pride Orlando is a pride festival and parade celebrating LGBTQ+ life, culture, and community. Attendees can enjoy live entertainment, diverse food trucks and beverage choices, and a marketplace showcase of local vendors supporting the LGBTQ+ community.

The annual event attracts more than 200,000 attendees each year and has reshaped the Orlando Regional Pride Parade into one of the most well-attended Pride events in the world.

If you plan on attending the event, here is what to know:

Things to do:

  • 12 p.m. – Festival grounds open at Lake Eola, featuring a marketplace, youth zone, Rainbow Ranch Kids Zone, sponsored walk, food vendors, a sober space and more.
  • 1 p.m. – Trans Rally, Club Pride Stage
  • 4 p.m. – The Most Colorful Parade, presented by AHF
  • 6 p.m. – Pride Rally and presentation of awards, Diva Stage at the Diva Stage, presented by Show Imaging
  • 9:30 p.m. – Fireworks Grand Finale

Parking

According to the website for the event, it’s advised to get there early since parking will be spread across downtown Orlando. Attendees also have the option of paying for a parking spot in advance. Find out more here.

Parade Route

This year’s parade route will be the same as last year’s route. Attendees can grab spots on Summerlin Avenue or Central Boulevard. Find a map of the festival here.

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VIP Experiences:

  • Meet & Greet with Monét X Change and LaLa Ri:

This experience includes a picture with the Come Out With Pride headliners, Monét X Change and LaLa Ri. The price is $50 per pass.

  • Regular VIP – After 4 p.m.

The tickets include unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ and air-conditioned bathrooms. The price is $125 per pass. This is for people ages 21 and up.

  • Pride Deluxe VIP – All Day

This includes unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ and air-conditioned bathrooms. The price is $150 per pass This is for people ages 21 and up.

  • Pride Platinum VIP – All Day

This features guaranteed parking space one block away from the festival, unlimited access to all VIP experience areas, private viewing bleachers for the Most Colorful Parade, catered food by Sonny’s BBQ, air-conditioned bathrooms and 2023 Pride commemorative item. The price is $195 per pass. This space is 21 and up.

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