Disability Pride Parade

Sat Jul 23, 2022
11:00am CT
All ages
Free
Plymouth Court and Van Buren Street
, Chicago, IL 60604

Chicago hosts the longest running disability pride parade in the country, and everyone is invited to celebrate and strengthen the pride, power, and unity of people with disabilities, their families, and allies! This year's theme is: Disability Pride is Social Justice. 

The parade steps off promptly at 11AM with the parade starting at Plymouth Court and Van Buren. It moves west on Van Buren to Dearborn, then marches up the street to Daley Plaza. The post-parade festivities will be at Daley Plaza starting at 12PM-2PM.

Those who are interested in marching in the parade should register on the website in advance. 

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