New York City to Host WorldPride 2019

New York City has been selected to host WorldPride 2019, which is to be held in conjunction with Stonewall 50, the official commemoration of the 1969 Stonewall Uprising. The theme of Stonewall 50/WorldPride 2019 is “Millions of Moments of Pride,” and it will feature an expanded two-month series of events and programs alongside NYC Pride’s historic March, Rally, PrideFest, and legendary dances for men and women.

“The Stonewall Uprising is considered the most significant event that ignited the modern LGBT rights movement, so it makes perfect sense to bring WorldPride to the birthplace of Pride in 2019,” David Schneider, NYC Pride’s Stonewall 50 Director, said in a statement. “We are so grateful that our fellow Pride organizers from across the globe have chosen New York City for this momentous occasion.”

Madrid hosted the WorldPride, in 2017, and previous host cities have included Rome, Jerusalem, London, and Toronto.

If you are planning to book hotels here is the schedule below for the Stonewall 50 events:

Pridefest
June 24-30, 2019 11-6pm
Location TBD

Human Rights Conference
June 25-27, 2019 10am-5pm

Stonewall 50 – Family Movie Night with 2,000+ people
June 26, 2019 Pier 63

Stonewall 50
Day of Protest
June 28, 2019
10am-2pm at DAG Plaza

NYC Pride Parade/March covers a 2 mile route through Manhattan on
June 30, 2019 from 12pm to 8pm with over 3 million others expected to be the biggest ever due to World Pride.

Dance on The Pier
June 30, 2019
3-10pm on Pier 26 with Headlining performers ranging from Cher to Ariana Grande. Expect over 7k people dancing to the beat on the pier.

VIP Rooftop
June 29, 2019
High energy experience for young gay men on Saturday opposite of the girl event Teaze. 2pm to 10pm normally at Copa.

WE Party
June 29 10pm to 4am presented by Masterbeat at Hammerstein Ballroom.

Fantasy June 28
Friday night event coproduced by Brian Rafferty a Burlesque Masquerade party featuring internationally acclaimed circuit Djs from 10pm to 4am.

Fireworks go off around 9:45pm at the Hudson River Pier 26 on June 30th following the Parade.

Where to Stay for Gay Pride in 2019?

We have given discounts to the Doubletree NYC before. So check back for these types of discounts. You also may want to check out these home sharing services:

$25 in AirBnB Travel credits – you can find many villas, homes or apartments close to the pride route and bars with AirBnb. 
$25 Misterbnb Credit – 
Similar to AirBnb but it’s gay hostess by the mostess. Go here for a $25 Misterbnb credit on your first stay.

Use our code here for $40 off your 1st purchase of $300 or more on Hotels.com.

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