Pride in the Pines 2023

Celebrating 27 years in Northern Arizona

Pride in the Pines 2023 has come to a close! We extend heartfelt gratitude to our incredible sponsors, vendors, volunteers, dedicated board members, and the amazing individuals who joined us to celebrate not just Pride in the Pines, but also our inaugural Parade and brunch! Cheers to an unforgettable event and here’s to the promise of countless more years filled with love, inclusivity, and celebration.

We are overjoyed to announce the success of our 1st Inaugural Pride Parade in Flagstaff, proudly presented by Arizona Lottery and JP Morgan Chase! This momentous occasion marks a significant step forward for our community.
With immense gratitude, we extend our heartfelt thanks to @leslieallredfilms for capturing the vibrant spirit and true essence of our local 2SLGBTQIA+ community. The stunning footage beautifully showcases the importance and impact of the 1st Flagstaff Pride Parade. We are truly moved! 🥰
We want to express our sincere appreciation to the 36+ groups who joined us in unity, marching alongside us with pride and love. Together, we made history and created lasting memories.
Stay tuned as we continue to share highlights and moments from this remarkable day. Let’s keep spreading love, acceptance, and equality!

Rules and Regulations


Both the Flagstaff Police Department and T.E.A.M Security will be located throughout the festival’s grounds for security purpose.

Special Needs Parking:

Special needs’ parking is available at Thorpe Park located at 560 N Thorpe Road. If you should need further assistance or special arrangements, please call our pride line before June 15, 2023. Phone: 928-814-0076


Soda, water and lemonade can be purchased from the festival food vendors. For alcohol, a beverage ticket(s) must be purchased along with a valid ID to obtain band. Only patrons 21+ can purchase and drink alcohol.

Northern Arizona Pride Association would like to remind our patrons to drink responsibly. Should you need a safe ride to your destination, please ask for assistance.

Rules and Regulations for the Park

This is a Family, Safe Space and open to the Public

  • Dogs only, no reptiles or exotic animals. Dog must be leased at all times.
  • No smoking or vaping allowed –  Per City Ordinance
  • No canvassing allow in festival or on Thorpe Park grounds
  • No hate or political propaganda allow in festival or on Thorpe Park grounds
  • Any activity which causes disruption. Participant can be removed without refund
  • No other outside beverages or containers are allowed
  • NOTE: One sealed water bottle is allowed (any size)
  • No water backpacks
  • No glass
  • No Coolers or Containers (Children food and snacks are allowed)
  • Camping Chairs, Umbrellas, and Blankets are encouraged
  • No illegal drugs or substances
  • No firearms or weapons
  • Bags are subject to search
  • No Nudity-City Ordinance (includes all gender forms)/ A family festival event

Northern Arizona Pride Association reserves the right to refuse service or entry