SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - San Diego rolls out the red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple carpet in July for thousands of people who will be attending the Pride Festival headlined by Melissa Etheridge.
The event, held Saturday and Sunday July 13 and 14, will take place at Balboa Park’s Marston Point on the corner of Sixth Avenue and Laurel Street.
Festivalgoers can enjoy performances from more than 100 entertainers on multiple stages, food booths, vendors, and exhibits.
General admission is $30 for a weekend pass, with discounts available online before the event.
Teens and children high-school aged and younger can get into the festival for free. Tickets are available at the front gate box office when the festival is open.
The following items are banned from the festival:
- Air Horns
- Bicycles, Skates, Scooters or Skateboards (Store your bike at our free bike storage!)
- Drones or Remote Control Aircraft, Cars or Toys
- Flyers, Samples, Giveaways or Promotional Items
- Illegal Drugs
- Laser Pointers
- Outside Beverages. Exception for unopened disposable water bottles.
- All reusable water bottles, canteens, and hydration packs must be empty.
- Outside Food
- Pets or Other Animals – Except Service Animals
Need more info? See a map of the Pride Festival and a complete lineup.