Pride Events 2024

Honor Pride Month in Washington this June by celebrating with LGBTQIA+ community members and allies at one of the following vibrant celebrations (including family-friendly events and charitable dining specials). 

Now to June 30: Pride Cocktail at Tutta Bella


Get ready to cheers to Pride Month in Washington with Tutta Bella’s Lavender Pride Cocktail. This new vibrant sip features vodka, limoncello, violet, lemon juice, Prosecco and silver glitter. One dollar from every Lavender Pride Cocktail sold will benefit Seattle Pride, a nonprofit organization that annually produces the Seattle Pride Parade, Seattle Pride in the Park and the Seattle Pride Guide.
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Now to June 30: Drink and Dining Specials at Fairmont Olympic Hotel


Seattle’s own Fairmont Olympic Hotel is packed with indulgent celebrations to honor Pride Month in Washington with an assortment of food and drink specials for a good cause. The George has added a Rainbow Mille Crepe Cake to its menu, a delicate, 32-layer rainbow cake with light vanilla and orange blossom; Founders Club now offers Crown Crush, a sweet libation with Grey Goose Watermelon & Basil, Ilegal Mezcal, Aquavit, watermelon liqueur, Campari, lime and chili; Secret Love, a bright margarita at Olympic Bar is a must to try, with Patrón Silver Tequila, Cointreau, passionfruit, lime, salt and clarified milk; and to round out the new items, Shuckers created Sashay Sangria, with Grey Goose Peach & Rosemary Vodka, white wine, peach, white cranberry and soda. A portion of proceeds from these items will be donated to Virginia Mason’s Bailey-Boushay House, a home providing professional care for individuals living with HIV/AIDS, chemical dependencies, end-of-life care and mental health support.
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June 7 to June 9: Lake Chelan’s 3rd Annual Pride Festival

Lake Chelan

With a beer and wine garden, live music performances from Loose Change, a star-studded drag brunch, magic shows, kids’ games and more, there is something for everyone to enjoy at Lake Chelan’s 3rd Annual Pride Festival. The exciting event series is set from noon to 7 p.m. with local eateries also on-site, including Blue Skies Food Shack, Toast n’ Buggy, The Crepe House, The Little Pineapple and more. The fan-favorite Pour Out The Love wine tour will also take place this year, with over 15 wineries to explore while supporting the LGBTQIA+ community. 
Cost: Free; donations accepted. 
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June 22 to June 30, Select Dates: Capital City Pride


Held in Downtown Olympia, Capital City Pride is a vibrant multi-day festival themed “All Bodies Are Pride” this year. Attendees will be swept up in a whirlwind of inclusivity, acceptance and sheer joy celebrating Pride Month in Washington. The festival features a Pride Pub Crawl on Saturday, June 22; a Pride Drag Block Party on Friday, June 28; a Daytime Music and Art Festival on Saturday, June 29; and a Parade + Dyke Day in the Park on Sunday, June 30. 
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4th Annual Pride Drag Brunch & Show

June 23: 4th Annual Pride Drag Brunch & Show


Get ready for an electric morning during the 4th Annual Pride Drag Brunch & Show at Fairmont Olympic Hotel. This boozy drag extravaganza will feature Seattle’s finest drag queens, including the acclaimed Cookie Couture. In addition to the exciting show, brunch cocktails and a hearty buffet lineup will enhance the event, and a professional photographer will also be on-site to capture the magic of it all. The event will benefit Virginia Mason’s Bailey Boushay House in Seattle. 
Cost: $75 per person; includes show, brunch buffet and one cocktail. 

June 29 and June 30: Rhein Haus Seattle Drag Brunch


Join host Anita Spritzer for an unforgettable weekend of drag brunch performances at Rhein Haus Seattle at noon. On Saturday, June 29, enjoy the incredible DARIENNE LAKES from “RuPaul’s Drag Race,” alongside Cookie Couture, Kameron Michelle, Stacey Starstruck, Lady Gugu and Macy Marcs, with DJ Baby Van Beezly. On Sunday, June 30, special guest HEIDI N CLOSET will perform, joined by Beau Degas, Moscato Sky, Monday Mourning, Queen Andrew Scott (Drag Latina) and Rowan Ruthless, with DJ Dark Wiley.
Cost: General admission is $40. 


June 30: Seattle Pride Parade 2024


Celebrating 50 years of love and diversity in Washington, the Seattle Pride Parade 2024 is back and ready to showcase the state’s largest parade with over 250 floats, marchers and displays. In addition to the main event (beginning at Westlake Park and concluding in Downtown Seattle on 4th Avenue), the celebration will feature an assortment of vendors, community groups and nonprofits to mingle with and discover. The parade kicks off at 11 a.m., and Seattle sports legends Sue Bird and Megan Rapinoe will serve as grand marshals.
Cost: Free; subject to purchases. 

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