FAQ’s

GENERAL

The Utah Pride Festival is a community event which features a broad spectrum of activities and entertainment.

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The 43rd Utah Pride Festival will be held June 2nd & 3rd, 2018 at Washington Square in downtown Salt Lake City.

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The Pride Spectacular is a celebration of the past, present, and future of our beautifully diverse community where we recognize the recipients of the
Dr. Kristen Ries Community Service Award & the Pete Suazo Political Action Award.

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TICKETING

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Senior, Youth, Pre-purchase

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CHILDREN

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Yes. Strollers are allowed but please be courteous to fellow attendees.
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ATTENDING THE EVENT

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All our maps can be viewed and downloaded here.

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Yes. Keep in mind they are subject to search.
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UPF has a NO HARASSMENT Policy.

Only service dogs will be allowed on Festival Grounds. According to the Utah State law regarding service animals: “Service animal” includes any dog that is trained, or is in training, to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability; performs work or tasks, or is in training to perform work or tasks, that are directly related to the individual’s disability.

PANELS/ CONFERENCE/ SPECIAL SCREENINGS

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5K

Saturday June 2, 2018 | 8.00a-11.00a

Jordan Park & Peace Gardens
1060 South 900 West

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PARADE

Only service dogs will be allowed on the Parade route. According to the Utah State law regarding service animals: “Service animal” includes any dog that is trained, or is in training, to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability; performs work or tasks, or is in training to perform work or tasks, that are directly related to the individual’s disability.
Only service dogs will be allowed on the Parade route. We ask that all participants with a service dog who will be walking in the parade check in with parade organizers to receive a rainbow ribbon. We recommend that your dog wear booties or shoes to protect their paws from the heat generated by the concrete and asphalt.

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VENDORS

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PRESS

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VOLUNTEER

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ADA

ADA is shorthand for Americans with Disabilities Act. The ADA Team provides assistance that allows a person with a disability the opportunity to participate.

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We do not have parking reserved for the event, however ParkingSLC.com is a great resource to find accessible lots and plan your trip. There are ADA loading zones at the North and South Main Gates. There will also be a parking spot reserved for Drop off and pick up at the West Gate.
We will have ASL interpreters available on site

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Only service dogs will be allowed on Festival Grounds. According to the Utah State law regarding service animals:

“Service animal” includes any dog that is trained, or is in training, to do work or perform tasks for the benefit of an individual with a disability, including a physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability; performs work or tasks, or is in training to perform work or tasks, that are directly related to the individual’s disability.