Parade Registration for Boston Pride for the People


Sat Jun 08 2024 at 12:00 pm to 03:00 pm


Boston Common | Boston, MA

BP4TP’s mission is to amplify the beauty, rich diversity, unique culture, and intersectionality
of the LGBTQ+ community.
About this Event

Boston Pride For The People activities will take place on Saturday, June 8, 2024.

*Please review the Parade rules located at the bottom of this page on our website.

*Registration Fees will increase on April 1st.

*The Parade is a rain or shine event, all sales are final.

Please check our website for the most up to date infromation:

Our Mission:

Empower through creating LGBTQ+ community, and a culture of respectfully reaching across differences to support and love one another.

Celebrate and honor the rich, diverse, creative, and fabulous culture of LGBTQ+ communities, and impart knowledge of LGBTQ+ history and a sense of pride among LGBTQ+ youth.

Commemorate the Stonewall riots and memorialize the queer, trans, Black, Indigenous, and People of color (QTBIPOC) activists at the forefront of the 20th century lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, intersex, asexual, plus (LGBTQ+) movement.

Educate on the presence and impacts of oppression and advocate against oppression through disrupting and dismantling systems that cause harm to LGBTQ+ people, especially LGBTQ+ people who face multiple forms of marginalization.


Check in time: Parade participants should plan to be in place by 9:00am.

The Parade Route: The final parade route will be posted on the Boston Pride for the People website by May 1, 2024. The planned route is very similar to the route the parade has taken in prior years. It begins on Boylston Street in Copley Square, proceeds through the South End via Clarendon and Tremont Street, returns to Boylston Street via Berkeley Street, and then continues to Boston Common At Charles Street. Staging area: The area for parade marching contingents to gather and organize will be along Boylston Street, between Dartmouth Street and Massachusetts Avenue. Some side streets intersecting with Boylston Street will be utilized as well.


The purpose of the Boston Pride for the People Parade is to celebrate the richness and complexity of LGBTQ+ community; to continue to advocate for equity and inclusion, especially for those who face intersecting forms of oppression; and to commemorate the brave LGBTQ+ people who risked their safety to advocate for the lives and humanity of queer people. The BP4TP Parade is a sacred space for the LGBTQ+ community, our families, and our allies. As such, we see the BP4TP Parade as a community-centered, non-commercial space.


  • LGBTQ+ student groups and other educational community groups
  • Community groups and nonprofits who support LGBTQ+ welfare, LGBTQ+ culture, and intersectional social justice advocacy
  • LGBTQ+ employee resource groups (ERG’s) or affinity groups
  • Politicians and their supporters
  • Individuals
  • LGBTQ+ bars, clubs, and entertainment spaces

Supporting the mission and purpose of BP4TP and the BP4TP Parade and Festival.

In order to participate in the 2024 Boston Pride for the People Parade and Festival, all organizations, affiliates, and individuals must:

  • Support the mission and purpose of the Boston Pride for the People organization and Parade.
  • Abide by all Parade Rules, Terms and Conditions as outlined.
  • Acknowledge that a failure to honor the mission and purpose of the BP4TP Parade, or a failure to comply with the Rules, Terms and Conditions, could result in penalties, including exclusion from current and future events, as well as financial penalties.

Eligibility. All applicants must meet category eligibility requirements as outlined above. Non-Profit applicants will be required to provide a charity or non-profit registration number. Should there be a dispute, BP4TP reserves the right to deny an application.


Where is it happening?

Boston Common, 139 Tremont Street, Boston, United States

Event Location & Nearby Stays:


USD 50.00 to USD 3000.00

Boston Pride For The People

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