Parade and Community Day

The Pride Parade

The Pride Parade has been postponed and will be held on Sunday, August 15, 2021. It is the flagship event of the festival with the highest visibility and attracting the largest number of festival goers. In 2019, over 200 contingents took part in the parade for a total of 12,000 participants with over 325,000 spectators in attendance.

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ENTERPRISES – Important

Please contact Justine Labrecque-Rouleau, Consultant – Business development, at [email protected] before registering.

Register for the Parade
DEADLINES
  • Regular registration will be from February 17 to July 17, 2021.
  • Late registration will close when at full capacity.
WALKER(S)/VEHICULE TYPE
  • Walker(s) — Person or group marching without a vehicle, with or without a banner during checkout
  • Vehicule TYPE A – Car,  motor bike, golf cart
  • Vehicule TYPE B – Bus, SUV, van, truck or vehicle pulling platform from 4’ to 26’ (1.2m to 8m), or float from 35’ to 48’ (10.5m to 14.5m)

Community Day

Community Day has been postponed and will be held on Saturday, August 14, 2021 between 11 a.m. and 5 p.m. on Sainte-Catherine Street, in the heart of the gay Village. In 2019, over 169 community groups and associations as well as commercial partners manned kiosks on the streets, drawing over 100,000 visitors. It is the perfect opportunity to meet and greet the various communities, to promote services and to recruit new members.

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ENTERPRISES – Important

Please contact Justine Labrecque-Rouleau, Consultant – Business development, at [email protected] before registering.

Register to the Community Day
DEADLINES
  • Regular registration will be from February 17 to July 17, 2021.
  • Late registration will close when at full capacity.
10′ X 10′ SPACE TYPE

A) 1 Space
B) 1 Space + 4 cement blocks
C) 1 Space with 1 table and 2 chairs
D) 1 Space with 1 table and 2 chairs + 4 cement blocks
E) 1 Space with awning, 4 cement blocks, 3 walls (2 sides + back), 1 table, 2 chairs, assembly and disassembly

NON-DISCRIMINATION POLICY

Montréal Pride has adopted a non-discrimination policy. People and organizations must abide by the following principles: Montréal Pride supports access to equality and prohibits any discrimination concerning ethnic or national origin, beliefs, race, religious or political convictions, sexual orientation, language, sex, age, income, sexual identity, mental or physical disabilities, HIV or AIDS.

Montréal Pride may refuse the participation of any organization if they do not reflect the mission and values of Montréal Pride. Any orgnizations promoting racism, xenophobia, homophobia, lesbophobia, transphobia or any geopolitical and religious conflicts, will be refused and will not take part in the Community Day and the Pride Parade.

PARTICIPATION IN MONTRÉAL PRIDE FESTIVAL IS SUBJECT TO APPROVAL BY THE MONTRÉAL PRIDE ORGANIZING COMMITTEE.

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