- Austin, Garfield Park, North Lawndale
- Bronzeville, Near South Side
- Englewood, Chatham, Auburn Gresham
- Hyde Park, Woodlawn, South Shore
- Jefferson Park, Portage Park, Norwood Park
- Lakeview, Wrigleyville, Northalsted
- Lincoln Park, Old Town
- Lincoln Square, North Center, Irving Park
- Logan Square, Humboldt Park, Avondale
- Pilsen, Little Village, Back of the Yards
- Uptown, Edgewater, Rogers Park
- Wicker Park, Bucktown, West Town
An Ode To Chicago’s Queer Spaces: Photos Of Pride, Love And LGBTQ+ Joy In Chicago
PHOTOS: Chicago has dozens of special places and events where members of the queer community can find a home, get support — and unapologetically be themselves.
Pride Parade Comes Back To Northalsted As LGBTQ People Fear For Their Futures Post-Roe V. Wade
Sunday marks the seventh anniversary of the Supreme Court decision affirming same-sex marriage, a right many felt is at risk under a conservative Supreme Court. "... We have a right to be concerned," one marcher said.
Ald. Tunney ‘Deeply Concerned’ About Pride Parade Security, Wants More Officers, He Tells Top Cop
Ald. Tom Tunney asked Supt. David Brown for more officers at Sunday's Pride Parade, which he said could be the largest in Chicago history.
Want To Watch The Pride Parade And Avoid The Crowds? Here Are Bars And Restaurants With Good Views
Block Club rounded up restaurants near the route where you can try to nab a spot so you can view the parade and its celebrations, but in a slightly calmer setting.
Trikone Chicago Wants To Celebrate LGBTQ South Asians With Its First-Ever Pride Float — But It Needs Your Help
Trikone has long provided community and resources to queer South Asians. Its members hope to raise awareness of their work through a Bollywood-themed float at the Pride Parade.
Chicago Pride Parade Returning In June After 2 Years Of COVID Cancellations
Chicago's LGBTQ Pride Parade returns June 26, marking the first time the parade has happened since 2019.
Chicago Pride Parade Canceled For Second Year Due To Coronavirus Pandemic
The parade, which had been pushed back from June to Oct. 3 to give the city more time to recover from the pandemic, will hopefully return in 2022, organizers say.
Pride Parade And Market Days Should Require Masks And Other COVID Precautions — Or Cancel, Howard Brown Says
Market Days and the Pride Parade should take stricter COVID-19 safety precautions, the top LGBTQ health care group said.
Pride Parade To Be Held In October After Last Year’s Coronavirus Cancellation
Chicago's LGBTQ Pride Parade is making its comeback Oct. 3 after being canceled last year by the coronavirus pandemic.
Pride Parade Could Happen This Year, Optimistic Organizers Say — But Don’t Expect Celebrations In June
The parade was canceled last year, but coordinator Tim Frye said it could be held this year, possibly in late summer or early fall.
With Parade Canceled, Pride Returns To Protest Roots As Thousands Show Up For Black And Transgender Lives
Fifty-one years after the Stonewall Rebellion against police violence galvanized the LGBTQ liberation movement, thousands of LGBTQ people marched through Boystown to protest police brutality.
Pride Protest With Ties To Boystown Businesses Canceled After Black And Trans Leaders Speak Out
Brave Space Alliance leaders criticized the protest's ties to bars accused of contributing to racism in the LGBTQ community. They encouraged people to participate in a "Reclaim Pride" protest instead Sunday.
Chicago 2020 Pride Parade Postponed Due To Coronavirus, Could Happen In Late Summer Or Fall
Organizers hope they can postpone the fest instead of canceling it. "The parade is really important for so many people. I just couldn't shut the door entirely."
Chicago 2020 Pride Parade Postponed Due To Coronavirus
The 51st annual parade could take place in late summer or early fall, organizers said.
Video Shows How Neo Nazis Tried To Shut Down Pride In ’82 – But Chicago’s LGBTQ Community Fought Back
The documentary "Pink Triangles Rising" shows love and bravery among the attendees of Chicago's 1982 Pride Parade.