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Capitalizing on Columbus’ strengths as a forward-thinking city, we continue to “Live Forward” to help rebuild Columbus’ economy and support the local community during the COVID-19 crisis. Though many events have been cancelled, Ohio has slowly begun the process to reopen doctor’s offices, retail shops, restaurants and bars, salons and general businesses if the proper guidelines are followed. Attractions throughout Columbus remain closed and the Governor has continued the stay-at-home order with those business exceptions.

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Columbus Pride Parade



Scioto Mile

233 Civic Center Dr., Columbus, OH 43215

(614) 299-7764

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As we work to navigate through the COVID-19 outbreak, our number one priority is the wellbeing and safety of our community. Therefore, we have made the decision to postpone this year’s Pride Parade and Festival. The new date for the Pride parade is Saturday, Oct. 3, 2020. A decision on the Festival will be announced at a later titme.

The annual Columbus Pride Festival will take place on the Scioto Mile. The festival attracts more than 500,000 attendees making it one of the largest pride festivals in the Midwest. The event includes a parade, more than 180 vendors, three music stages, areas for teens, families and trailblazers (50+).