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Photo by Anna Shvets

After years of predictable partying and parades, Pride went virtual (or was entirely canceled) in 2020. In 2021, Pride organizers are facing difficult decisions about how to proceed with COVID-19 cases still high, local government restrictions still in place, and plenty of vaccinated people ready to celebrate in the streets again. Many organizers are choosing a hybrid in-person/virtual approach, but many still haven’t made decisions about events that are just a matter of weeks away.

To keep track of how the biggest Prides in the United States are moving forward, we’ve created this map that will be regularly updated throughout the summer as new announcements are made.

  • Blue Wi-Fi = all virtual events
  • Green person = all in-person events
  • Orange flag = some virtual and some in-person events
  • Yellow triangle = announcement not yet made




Sarah Prager
Sarah Prager
Sarah Prager is the author of the award-winning Queer, There, and Everywhere: 27 People Who Changed the World, Rainbow Revolutionaries: 50 LGBTQ+ People Who Made History, Kind Like Marsha: Learning from LGBTQ+ Leaders, and A Child's Introduction to Pride: The Inspirational History and Culture of the LGBTQIA+ Community. Learn more about her speaking, writing, and more at www.sarahprager.com.