Honolulu Pride™ Parade + Festival


HONOLULUpride2016logo2017 Honolulu Pride™ Parade + Festival will be Saturday, October 21. Our first community planning meeting will be Saturday, February 25 at 4pm at the Waikiki Community Center Auditorium. Join us! FMI: honolulupride@hawaiilgbtlegacyfoundation.com

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The 2016 Honolulu Pride™ Parade + Festival brought together Hawaii’s diverse and vital LGBTQ+ community, our friends, families and allies. It was two weeks of festivities celebrating our bonds of love, friendship and aloha.

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Rainbows Over Waikiki

More than 150 rainbow flags waved over Waikiki for 14 days, thanks to sponsors including businesses, community groups, families and individuals.


prideeventscircleTwo Weeks of Events Celebrating Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ Community

More than 20 events presented by sponsors, clubs, hotels, and community partners led up to this year’s parade and festival.


mcewancaldwellabercrombiecircle2016 Honolulu Pride™ Grand Marshals

Dr. David McEwan and former Hawaii Governor Neil Abercrombie (pictured here with Mayor Kirk Caldwell, center) were our Grand Marshals for 2016. We were honored to welcome these long-time equality advocates to our festivities!



newlocationcircleNew Festival Venue: Diamond Head Greens

Over 3,000 festival goers attended the 2016 Pride Festival at Diamond Head Greens, and more than 45 groups–LGBTQ-friendly businesses, community organizations, craft and food vendors–had booths at this year’s festival.



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Sharing Honolulu’s Spirit of Aloha

Honolulu Pride™ is helping create the next wave of global awareness of Honolulu’s welcoming and diverse culture. Highlights of this year’s festival were featured in mainstream, travel and lifestyle publications, both locally and nationally.



entertainersprideA Day of Great Entertainment by Incredible Artists

The festival featured more than seven hours of continuous entertainment on two festival stages by incredible artists like Yvonne Elliman, Men in Grey Suits, Bria & Chrissy, Manila Luzon, Derrick Barry, David Hernandez, DJ Vaughn, Caravan of Glam, Damien Levine, Phong Tran and many, many others. Amazing!


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“It’s fitting that the Hawaii LGBT Legacy Foundation has chosen ‘I Am Pride’ as the theme for this year’s festival since it reflects a sense of openness that has become a trademark of our great city…”


kanemuradancecircleSpecial Programs for Hawaii’s LGBTQ+ Youth

As part of the 2016 festival we offered workshops and programs to empower LGBTQ+ youth.  Special thanks to the artists, entertainers and activists who participated, including Bria and Chrissy, Mark Kanemura and Caravan of Glam.



communitypridecircleA Festival Made Possible by the Community

We asked everyone who attended the festival to make a voluntary donation of $5 to help cover some of the costs. Mahalo to everyone who donated; we sincerely appreciate your kokua! You can still support the Foundation and next year’s festival. Just click here.



hulasladiescircleThe Largest, Most Colorful  Parade Ever

With more than 20,000 viewers, 60+ parade entrants, 115 moving units and over 1,000 participants, the pride parade continues to grow every year.



sponsorscircle2016A Special Thank You to Our Sponsors

Over 35 sponsors helped make this year’s parade and festival possible, standing with Honolulu’s LGBTQ+ community to celebrate diversity, inclusion and aloha. Thank you!



Want to become a SPONSOR of Hawaii’s largest LGBT event?

Please refer to our 2017 Sponsorship Package below (it may take a minute to load), and/or download it for printing by clicking here:  2017 Hawaii LGBT Legacy Corporate Partnership Package

Email Jim Miller for more information. And join our mailing list to stay up to date on 2017 Honolulu Pride™ Parade and Festival news.