East Side Pride



Jun 22


Granview Park, 1657 Charles Street , Vancouver


June 22, 2019 – 12:00-6:00pm
Grandview Park, 1657 Charles Street

Celebrate Pride on the East Side! Join us on June 22 in Grandview Park for the annual East Side Pride festival. Take in our line-up of local performers, move and shake across the grass during a public dance lesson, visit our Community Market with over 30 vendors and Community Partners, and grab a bite at a food truck! Bring a blanket to enjoy the music while having a picnic and get ready for a family friendly afternoon in the sun!

In addition to fun, child-friendly activities run by VPS, Grandview Park features a playground and water park.

Getting to Grandview Park

Grandview Park is located on Commercial Drive between William and Charles Street. You can access the park via transit along the number 20 bus route or by walking about a 20 minutes from Commerical Broadway Skytrain Station. There is limited street parking in the surrounding streets.

Access Information

If you require any assistance related to accessibility or have any questions please contact accessibility@vancouverpride.ca.

Accessible gender neutral portapotties are available in addition to the park’s accessible washrooms which will be de-gendered for the festival.

ASL Interpretation will be provided by Laine, Denise, and Kirsten.

A shaded space with chairs will be provided with sight-line access to view ASL Interpretation. A second shaded space will be provided close to the path for people using mobility devices.

The park has paved pathways on an incline.


Stay tuned for an exciting line-up of local musical talent, drag performers.


– Ultimate Frisbee with Rain City Ultimate Club
– Dance lessons with Dance in Transit
– Giant Rainbow Jenga
– Instant Sister Photobooth with the Vancouver Sisters of Perpetual Indulgence
– Rainbow Parachute
– Stay tuned for more!

We recognize this event takes place on the unceded, occupied territories of the x?m??kw?y??m (Musqueam), S?wx?wú7mesh (Squamish),and S?l?ílw?ta?/Selilwitulh (Tsleil-Waututh) peoples and are thankful to our hosts in their stewardship of the land for time immemorial.

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