SAN DIEGO (KGTV) - Cheer on floats, marching bands, and colorful cars will roll down the streets of Hillcrest and Balboa Park in July for the annual San Diego Pride Parade.
The parade, which is San Diego’s largest single-day civic event, attracts some 250,000 people every year.
Marching begins at the Hillcrest Pride Flag at University Avenue and Normal Street. The parade moves west down University, turns south on Sixth Avenue, left onto Balboa Drive, and ends at Quince Drive.
The parade is free for spectators, but you’ll want to bring cash to buy water or food from one of the businesses along the route. Another 10News pro tip: Bring a hat or umbrella to provide shade from the sun.
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Watch last year's parade: