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1 - Recovery Oasis 

Stop in for Sobriety Fun at the Recovery Oasis. Meet up with old friends and make new friends in our recovery lounge. Find out about upcoming sobriety events. 

2 - La Crema Experience 

La Crema is thrilled to be the official wine for Palm Springs Pride as we continue to celebrate our LGBTQ+ friends, family members, co-workers, and customers. We have a shared belief in elevating the lives of those around us through openness, allyship and helping create moments of unfiltered joy. We can’t wait to raise a glass with you in Palm Springs. 


3 - Sober Bar 

Visit the Festival’s alcohol-free bar to sip, savor, and even meet new people. The Sober Bar is the Festival’s new space for those who choose not to drink. 


4 - DAP Health & Wellness Pavilion  

Presented by DAP Health, located on Arenas Road between Palm Canyon Drive and Belardo Road. 


5 - Children’s Garden (CHQ) 

Families are invited to join us for arts and crafts and games. CHQ is a playful place for children and accompanying adults. There will be hands-on fun for you and children, from infants to pre-teens. 

6 - Youth Zone 

Youth Zone, open to those 21 and under, is the hub for LGBTQ+ youth and their allies at the Pride Festival. The zone features continuous entertainment and activities, free food and drink, games, dancing, music, seating, contests, games, youth-only confidential testing, drag and makeup fun, great conversation, creative expression, chalk drawing, shade from the sun, toilets and a washing station, and safe-sex information. EVERYTHING IS FREE. 

The Zone is hosted by Safe Schools Desert Cities and sponsored by US Bank. 


7 - Main Entrance 


8 - Lost and Found  / Welcome Center 

Get maps, entertainment schedules, and answers to questions you may have about Palm Springs Pride. This is also the place for lost-and-found inquiries. Check for lost items at the Pride Volunteer Village near the intersection of Belardo Road and Andreas. After the event, you can contact Greater Palm Springs Pride at 760-416-8711.  


11 - First Aid 

Basic first aid 


12 - Food Court 

Vendors are located on Palm Canyon Drive and Arenas Road east of Indian Canyon Drive. Enjoy the tempting choices from fresh lemonade, agua frescas, and es cendol to sate, pupusas, and bratwurst. Mexican food, Philly cheese steak, fried pickles, and more await your taste buds. 


13 - Arenas District Outdoor Beverage Lounges 

All bars are cashless this year. Staffed by Volunteers. Tips and beverage proceeds benefit Palm Springs Pride and help keep the Festival free for everyone to attend.  


14 - Arenas District Block Party  


15 - KGAY 106.5, Gay Desert Guide and White Party Global Stage


16 - Pride Stage 


18 - Hornitos Stage 

The downtown centerpiece of the Pride Festival, with headlining entertainment and the best in video, lights, and sound. 


Rideshare Pick-up/Drop-off Zones 

Convenient pick-up and drop-off areas for rideshare and taxi. 


19 - Oscar’s Stage 


20 - Pride Merchandise 

Show your Pride in style with sales that help Pride support the community! 



All bars are cashless this year. Be ready to make any purchases with Apple Pay, Android Pay, Samsun Pay, Google Wallet, and contactless cards.  ATMs are located near food courts. 



There is plenty of downtown parking. Plan extra time to locate a space before the parade. We suggest parking away from Palm Canyon Drive for the festival and parade. These locations are only a short walk from the Pride events: 

  • The Downtown Project Parking Garage is accessible from North Museum Drive in front of the Palm Springs Art Museum. Parking is free with a four-hour time limit. 

  • Downtown Parking Structure, 275 S. Indian Canyon Drive 

  • E. Amado Road and adjacent side streets 

  • Andreas Road toward Calle El Segundo 

  • Tamarisk Road toward Ruth Hardy Park 

  • Tachevah Drive toward Katherine Finchy Elementary School 


Bike Parking 

Bike to the festival and park in the bicycle corrals at the corner of South Palm Canyon Drive and Arenas Road, on the east side of Palm Canyon Drive in front of Welwood Murray Library, and in the north parking area at the Palm Canyon Theatre. There are bicycle-shaped racks, “hitch” racks, and corrals providing hundreds of spaces in the downtown area. 


Credit Cards 

All bars are cashless this year. All beverage stations take credit cards only. 



Public restrooms are available daily from 8 a.m. to 10 p.m. in the downtown development adjacent to Il Corso Restaurant, the Kimpton Rowan Hotel, and Isabelle sculpture at 111 N. Palm Canyon Drive. 

Other locations are available at: 

  • The Downtown Park 

  • Palm Canyon Drive and N. Via Las Palmas (Sunday) 

  • Palm Canyon Drive and E. Alejo Road (Sunday) 

  • 349 N. Palm Canyon Drive (Sunday) 

  • On Arenas Road between Hunters and Streetbar 


Palm Springs Police and event security staff are on hand for everyone’s enjoyment of the event. Please report all suspicious activity or problems to Palm Springs Pride staff members or directly to security or law enforcement officers. If you see something, please say something! 



Leashed or harnessed pets are welcome. However, please be aware of the hot pavement during the day. 

La Crema Wines Pride Parade Stage  
TV personality Manny dela Rossa hosts the La Crema Wines Pride Parade Stage with guest commentators live starting at 9:30 A.M. 
Accessibility Seating - Parade 

Accessible seating is available for those requiring special assistance or for those with physical restrictions near the La Crema Wines Pride Parade Stage at Granvia Valmonte and Palm Canyon Drive.  

Accessible Parking  - Parade 

Designated parking spaces are available for Parade spectators with disabilities on Granvia Valmonte between Palm Canyon Drive and Indian Canyon. Enter Granvia Valmonte off of Indian Canyon to access the parking spaces.  

Vehicles utilizing accessible parking spaces must display appropriate placards, tabs, or license plates. Spaces cannot be reserved and are first come first served. 

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