• Pittsburgh Pride 2019 announces new location, concert headliners, road closures


    PITTSBURGH - Pittsburgh Pride 2019 is one of the largest Pride events in the country, but this year, it will be celebrated at a new location.

    Pride will be held on the Andy Warhol Bridge and Fort Duquesne Boulevard.

    According to organizers, the growing attendance forced them to change locations. There will be over 175 vendors, food booths and family-friendly crafts.

    Pop group Walk The Moon and Toni Braxton will headline this year's concert event.

    Pittsburgh Pride 2019 is June 7-9:

    • Pride Rocks PGH with Walk the Moon on Friday, June 7
    • PrideFest on Saturday, June 8
    • Pride Rocks PGH with Toni Braxton on Saturday, June 8
    • PrideFest on Sunday, June 9
    • Dance Party with DJ Tony Moran on Sunday, June 9

    Click here for a full list of events.


    ​Expect road closures, including:

    June 6 (at 8 p.m.) to June 10 (at 6 a.m.)

    • Ft. Duquesne Boulevard between 7th Street and the 10th Street Bypass
    • 8th Street between Penn Avenue and Ft. Duquesne Boulevard
    • Garrison Place between Ft. Duquesne Boulevard and French Street
    • Maddock Place between Penn Avenue Ft. Duquesne Boulevard
    • 9th Street between Ft. Duquesne Boulevard and French Street
    • 9th Street between French Street and Penn Avenue
    • French Street between 9th Street and Garrison Place (West bound traffic only)

    June 7 (at 8 p.m.) to June 10 (at 6 a.m.)

    • Andy Warhol Bridge between Isabella Street and Ft. Duquesne Boulevard

    June 8 (6 a.m. to 11 p.m.)

    • Isabella Street at Sandusky Street
    • Vulcan Way between East General Robinson Street and Isabella Street

    June 9 (8 a.m. to 3 p.m.)

    • Boulevard of the Allies between Grant Street and Commonwealth Place
    • First Ave between Boulevard of the Allies and Smithfield Street
    • Grant Street between Boulevard of the Allies and 6th Street
    • Fifth Avenue between Penn Avenue and Grant Street
    • Liberty Avenue between Fifth Avenue and Stanwix Street
    • Wood Street between Third Avenue and First Avenue
    • Smithfield Street between Oliver Avenue and First Avenue
    • Cherry Way between Oliver Avenue and First Avenue
    • McMasters Way between Market Square and Fifth Avenue
    • Court Place between Ross Street and Grant Street


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