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Tom McCall Waterfront Park
SW Naito Parkway between SW Pine and SW Morrison Streets

Dates & Hours of Operation:

– Saturday, June 16th, 2018 from Noon until 8pm
– Sunday, June 17th, 2018 from 11:30am until 6pm
Exhibitor booths are open from Noon until 8pm Saturday and 11:30am to 6pm on Sunday. Vendor load-in is from 8am-11:00am. Vendor load-out may not begin before closing on Saturday and Sunday.


$8 Donation – purchase VIP pass or use exact change for faster entry. Pride Northwest is committed to providing an open, accessible festival for the entire LGBTQ community and our friends, families and allies. We ask for a $8 donation to help cover the costs of providing this valuable and necessary community gathering but we do not turn away anyone for their inability to pay. You may donate as much as you can toward the donation cost.


  • Exhibits are open Saturday and Sunday from opening until 6pm.
  • Exhibitors’ staff do not have to pay admission, although individual donations are appreciated


  • No outside food or drink is permitted. Personal water bottles must be emptied prior to entry (due to OLCC rules), but water refill stations are available.

Food & Beverage Service:

There are a number of diverse, renowned food, snack and beverage vendors on-site this year. No food or beverages may be brought onto the festival grounds. If you plan on visiting the alcohol service area, you will need to present a legal ID.


The Portland Pride Festival at Tom McCall Waterfront Park is accessible by those using a wheelchair or other mobility devices. Accessible portable bathroom facilities are provided on-site. ASL interpretive services are provided on the Main Stage through our partner, Deaf & Hearing Outreach (DHOR).

How to Get to the Festival:

The festival is held at Tom McCall Waterfront Park along SW Naito Parkway in Downtown Portland between SW Pine Street and The Morrison Bridge.

Parking in downtown Portland is accessible but limited. Pride Northwest encourages everyone to use Tri-met or other public transportation such as Lyft or Radio Cab.

Portland’s Interactive Parking Map

Parking Kitty