What streets will be closed?
Saturday's street closures will begin at 6am, and remain in place until 4pm. A complete listing of road closures on Friday, July 13th and Saturday, July 14th can be found here; scroll down to the purple section. Also, note the No Parking Zones in the orange section. Nothing ruins a good party like walking back to your car and seeing a parking ticket!
What will the weather be like?
Expect partly sunny weather on Saturday and Sunday, with highs in the upper 70s and lows in the high 60s -- solid parade weather, in other words. This is San Diego, after all.
Are the events ADA accessible?
San Diego Pride has an array of resources to ensure that everyone has a amazing experience, including: accessible seating, American Sign Language interpreters, and, at the Pride Festival, cool zones for seniors and service animals.
ADA Accessible Vans will be available at any Pride (Festival, Parade, Parking) Shuttle stop on Saturday, July 14 from 8am to 12 midnight and Sunday, July 15 from 8am to 10pm. Contact the Pride Volunteer at the Shuttle stop to hail an ADA Accessible van.
Where are the best viewing spots?
There’s decent viewing from the sidewalks along most of the parade route, but if you’re early enough, try to snag a seat in one of the six reviewing stands at University Avenue and Normal Street, University and Vermont, University between 6th and 7th, 6th Avenue (near Robinson), 6th and Pennsylvania, and 6th and Ivy Lane.