PRIDE March

Inspired by the 1969 Stonewall Uprising, the Sacramento Pride March returns live on Sunday, June 12, 2022, at 11 a.m. The march will comprise walking contingents, vehicle contingents, and large floats.

Join thousands of your closest friends to cheer on marchers, colorful floats, music, and much more for the annual Sacramento Pride March. Harkening back to the earliest days of Pride events as protests against oppression, this event is both a demonstration of activism in our pursuit of equity and social justice as well as a celebration of diverse Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Intersex, Asexual, and two-spirit communities and culture.

The Pride March is free and open to all community members starting at Southside Park to the Capitol along 10th Street. 

Interested in snagging a spot for your group of friends, organization, or supportive business?  

March details such as location, event hours, and speakers are subject to change with little notice. Please check our website frequently and follow our Social Media outlets Facebook.com/sacramentopride or @sacpride on Instagram and Twitter for the latest updates!

Getting to the March: Any place along 10th Street will provide a view of the passing Pride March. We suggest using public transportation, using ride share, walking, or biking as the most accessible and environmentally friendly way to travel to and from Pride events. Free street parking is also available downtown on Sundays. Limited paid parking lots along the route may also be available.  

Expected Street Closures: Keep in mind that some downtown streets will be closed for weekend events. Street closures are subject to change.

The following streets will be closed from Friday, June 10 6 p.m. to Sunday, June 12 at 11:59 p.m. for the Pride Festival. 

  • Capitol Mall from 3rd Street to 8th Street 
  • 4th Street from L Street to N Street (parking lot access on the North & South sides) 
  • 5th Street from L Street to N Street (parking access on the North & South sides) 
  • 6th Street from L Street to N Street (parking access on the North and South sides) 
  • 7th Street from L to N Street (parking access on the North side) 

The following streets will be closed for the Pride March from Sunday, June 12 at 6 a.m.- 2 p.m. 

  • 6th Street from W Street to T Street 
  • 8th Street from W Street to T Street 
  • T Street from 6th Street to 10th Street (rolling closure from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.) 
  • 10th Street from T Street to Capitol Mall (rolling closures along 10th from 11 a.m.-1 p.m.)
YOur 2022 grand marshals

Evan has helped found local organizations serving vulnerable populations. He’s raised nearly $100,000 for local candidates and causes in the past year and has been profiled in publications including The New York Times, Newsweek, and the Nation.

Melissa Muganzo Murphy, pronouns She/They/Sis, is an actress, humanitarian, and entrepreneur. She is the CEO of Muganzo Entertainment, a Rainbow Chamber of Commerce board member, and member of the Story Teller’s Workshop of Los Angeles. She is a causeway graduate of both UC Davis (’11) and Sac State (’13) and alumnus of the Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy (’18). Melissa is excited to debut her company’s inaugural film “The Big Hysto: A Black Womb Revolution” on July 6th, 2022 at the Esquire Imax Theater in Downtown Sacramento in collaboration with Black Infant Health, Sacramento Entrepreneurship Academy, and vibe curation brought by DJ Stacelace. Tix can be purchased at www.muganzoentertainment.com. Happy PRIDE!!

Hello my name is Kai Myers. I am a 24 year old transgender youth in the community and I was born in the gayest month of the year, JUNE! You know what’s funnier than 24? 25!! (I really hope you get that reference) I spend a majority of my time knitting, reading, journaling, gardening, cooking, cleaning, playing video games, and helping the people that matter most to me. I’m currently employed at a “Elementary” school in the Eureka school district that helps and teaches children on the spectrum. I’ve had opportunities to be a vendor at a handful of events thanks to the center and connections I’ve made during the time I’ve spent there including being a vendor at Sacramento pride on June 11 – 12th, so regardless of getting selected as one of your Grand Marshalls you can still count on me showing up and showing out with my support for the community!!

Ebony Chambers, Chief Family & Youth Partnership Officer at Stanford Sierra Youth and Families, has over 18 years of experience working with issues of equity, child welfare and mental health. Ebony brings both professional and personal life experiences to her work and provides the oversight of advocacy and support to families in the Northern California Region.

Chambers has provided extensive training in leadership, child welfare, culturally responsive practices to schools, universities, social service and mental health agencies through her work in non-profit, consulting and for the UC Davis Center for Family Focused Practice.

Christian Bohm is delighted to be the artistic director of the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus. Christian is a musical director, pianist, and vocal coach whose three-decade career has spanned the worlds of Broadway, cabaret, and choral music. He also spent 5 years as the principal accompanist and assistant conductor for the San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus where he served as a vocal coach and accompanist to Alan Cumming, Sharon Gless and many other guest artists. Christian has a strong passion for social justice and equality and fostering the love and understanding of choral music in the lavender community is his main ethos and vocation in life.

The Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus (SGMC) was founded in 1984 as the Sacramento Men’s Chorus and aimed to provide a sense of community and support for gay men in Sacramento during the AIDS epidemic. The chorus has always used music as a tool to confront intolerance.

Over the years, the Sacramento Gay Men’s Chorus has become an integral part of Sacramento’s LGBTQ+ and musical communities through our performances and outreach programs. Our chorus has grown from its original 35 members to more than 100 members, who reflect the incredible diversity in the LGBTQ+ community and the Sacramento community. We strive to provide a warm, safe place where all are welcome.