San Francisco Pride: Need to Know


Pride 2017 is here and there are so many things going on!  Here's what you need to know... FIRST there is a BIG party we're very excited about:

Sit perched above Market Street in the sophisticated Equinox lounge and watch the 47th annual San Francisco Pride Parade roll down Market Street. Mix, mingle and enjoy an incredible day of partying!

Here's what you can expect at this very special VIP Party: 

  • Open Bar
  • Complimentary food
  • Pride Parade Viewing
  • Live DJ Music + Entertainment
  • Gift Bag

Through Equinox's generous sponsorship, 100% of monies raised will support Academy of Friends' mission of benefitting HIV/AIDS Services throughout the Bay Area.

Must be 21+ to attend this event.

Things to know about the Parade:

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