Live at the Park is SOLD OUT!

Thank you to everyone who purchased tickets! We are over the moon about the amazing response this year, and we can’t wait for Toledo Pride to return next year with the parade, festival, and a full weekend of live performances!
Quick reminder:
  • Day-of tickets will NOT be available to purchase.
  • No food vendors will be on site.
  • HIV testing will be available.
  • COVID Vaccines available

Can’t make it to Live at the Park? Here are even more ways to celebrate Pride in Toledo!

  • Georgjz 419 has LIVE music from 2-8pm and a giant After Pride party
  • Hamburger Mary’s opens at Noon with Pride celebrations all day Saturday.
  • Grindhrs is open 8am-4pm Coffee & Community!
  • Village on Adams on Adams Street has Art, Brunch, Beer, Vintage Threads, Rainbows and much more!

Coming Up

  • The Big Rainbow Brunch is this Sunday, August 22 from 2-5p at participating locations on Adam’s Street
  • Toledo Pride at the Sundance Kid Drive-In on Sept. 9
  • Picnic at the Park Georgjz 419 Food Fund Spirts – September 12th


PRIDE: /prīd/ – a feeling of deep pleasure or satisfaction

As Northwest Ohio’s largest and most recognized event for the LGBTQIA+ community, Toledo Pride is pleased to invite you to become a sponsor of the annual Toledo Pride celebration!

Toledo Pride has always been a family-friendly event and is excited to welcome a greater number of families and younger audience members to the parade.

Click here to find out all of the details about Toledo Pride.

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Toledo Pride depends on the support of our generous sponsors. Click here to see our current sponsors or to find out how your company can get involved.

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We need volunteers for Toledo Pride events year-round. Click here to help out!

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Interested in getting a merchandise vendor/organization booth at Toledo Pride?

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“Openness may not completely disarm prejudice, but it’s a good place to start.”

Jason Collins, first openly gay athlete in U.S. pro sports

“Never be bullied into silence. Never allow yourself to be made a victim. Accept no one’s definition of your life; define yourself.”

Harvey Fierstein

“We should indeed keep calm in the face of difference, and live our lives in a state of inclusion and wonder at the diversity of humanity.”

George Takei

“I’ve been embraced by a new community. That’s what happens when youre finally honest about who you are; you find others like you.”

Chaz Bono

Upcoming Events


  • Nearly 20,000 people gather over the weekend to celebrate one of Toledo’s largest festival.

  • About 1,000 people attended Pride Kick-Off on Friday night, the money raised supports many local area non-profits.

  • 100+ organizations gain exposure in the Toledo Pride Parade, which had thousands of spectators.

  • Over 100 vendors and organizations set up at the festival, including nonprofit organizations, LGBTQIA+ friendly businesses and LGBTQIA+ affirming faith based groups.

  • During the festival, sponsors have provided free mammograms and provide free, confidential HIV/AIDS tests.