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East Side Pride 2019

Saturday June 22 at 11:00AM

Grandview Park
Commercial Drive, Vancouver British Columbia V5L 2T4

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Celebrate Pride on the East Side! Join us on June 22 in Grandview Park for the annual free and all-ages East Side Pride Festival.

Throw down a picnic blanket and take in an array of diverse performances, visit our Community Market with over 30 vendors and Community Partners, and grab a bite to eat at a food truck.

East Side Pride is directly beside a large playground and mini water park, and features several activities for children. Families welcome!

Bring a picnic or treat yourself at one of our amazing food trucks serving up an array of dishes with vegan, vegetarian, and gluten free options - Stó:l? Bannock, Chickpea & Come Arepa

We are pleased to be partnering with Saige Community Food Bank who will be firing up the grill and dishing out veggie and meat hot dogs at affordable prices - all proceeds support Saige Community Food Bank. Visit their bbq, play games for a chance to win prizes, learn how you can access resources year-round, and support Saige!

We are pleased to welcome back multidisciplinary artist, musician and performer Tonye as our emcee.

Jason Qiu ??
Fallen Stars
Vancouver Rainbow Concert Band
Parlour Panther
Bushy Park Music

with drag performances through Tuck Entertainment Inc. by

Miss Gina Tonic
Fonda Vit
Kara Juku
Molly Poppinz
Adam Zapple


Learn about local LGBTQAI2+ history from Forbidden Vancouver Walking Tours
Learn how to dance Salsa with Vancouver Communities in Solidarity with Cuba (VCSC)
Button Making
Giant Jenga
Parachute games

*Getting to Grandview Park*

Grandview Park is located on Commercial Drive between William and Charles Street. You can access the park via transit along the 20 bus route or by walking aprox. 20 minutes from Commercial Broadway Skytrain Station. There is very limited parking in the surrounding streets.

*Access Information*

Accessible portapotties will be available in addition to the park's accessible washrooms. Washrooms are de-gendered for the festival.

ASL interpretation has been booked for the stage.

A shaded space with chairs will be provided with sight-line access to view ASL interpretation.

Shaded space on the grass will be provided close to the path, with chairs and space for mobility devices.

Grandview Park has paved pathways on an incline.