Frequently asked questions

Please review the FAQs for the Grand Haven Pride Festival here. If you have a qustion that's not addressed, please contact us and we'll get back to you as soon as possible.

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The Grand Haven Pride Festival is scheduled for Saturday, June 10th from 12p – 9pm.

Free! We want to make the Grand Haven Pride Festival as accessible as possible.

If you want to contribute to making this a great event, please consider donating!

The festival will take place at the Grand Haven waterfront and includes the Lynne Sherwood Waterfront Stadium, the Grand Haven Municipal Marina and parking lot, and ends just shy of the Rotary Kids Splash Pad.

Parking in downtown Grand Haven during the summer can always be tricky. There is a free lot across the street from the stadium, and free street parking with limits.

You’ll find additional parking at Chinook Pier (301 Harbor Drive, toward US-31). This lot is about a 5 minute walk (0.2 miles) from the Waterfront Stadium.

Grand Haven Pride has hired a private security company specializing in creating safe experiences for festival goers. We’ve also coordinated with local public safety who has vocalized support of the festival. 

Please leave all weapons and bad attitudes at home. 

We encourage people to dress in whatever way they feel celebrates their Pride best! 

You don’t have to be a member of the Queer Community, just a supporter of it.

Pride is a celebration! So as long as you’ve got your party pants on, we hope you’ll come and lift up the local Queer Community.

Kids are not only welcome, they are encouraged to attend! We’ll have family-friendly events throughout the day with dedicated kids spaces.

This event is pet-friendly but please keep your pet leashed at all times. This ensures the safety of all festival-goers and their pets as well as your pet.

Please be sure to clean up after your pet

Yes, alcohol will be served in designated areas to those over 21 years of age. You must present valid ID at entry to be served.