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KANSAS CITY PRIDE PARADE
Kicks-off 11 a.m.
SATURDAY, AUGUST 21, 2021!

Kansas City Pride Community Alliance

Kansas City Pride Parade

*REGISTRATIONS MUST BE RECEIVED BY NOON SATURDAY, AUGUST 14TH, 2021*

**NO ENTRIES WILL BE ALLOWED ON THE DAY OF THE PARADE!**

The Kansas City PRIDE Parade will be held on Saturday, August 21, 2021

THE PARADE WILL KICK-OFF NEAR WESTPORT RD. & BROADWAY BLVD. AT 11 AM. FROM THE STARTING POINT, IT WILL HEAD SOUTH ON BROADWAY BLVD./MILL CREEK PKWY TOWARD EMANUEL CLEAVER II BLVD. AND END AT THEIS PARK. 

PARADE ROUTE SUBJECT TO CHANGE WITHOUT NOTICE – NO RAIN DATE AND NO REFUNDS)

*Parade route subject to change based on City of KCMO direction.

A completed registration form and payment must be received by Noon August 14th for each entry.

Parade Check-in starts at 8:00 AM

Check-in location and procedures will be sent with your confirmation letter.

The parade line-up is determined in advance.

Your line position will be given to you when you check in.

All parade entrants must march in their assigned position and are not to “buddy up” with groups assigned elsewhere in the line-up.

All parade entrants are expected to follow all instructions given by the Parade Marshals, Parade Chairperson, and KCPCA Staff.


**Kansas City PRIDE Parade REGISTRATION FEES**

Float Entry (each towed/motorized decorated creation):  $200

Vehicle Entry (each): $100

Car Club: $250

Motorcycle Entry (each): $50

Motorcycle Club: $100

Marching Group Entry (each band, drill team, dance troupe): $100

Walking Entry (group): $100

Nonprofit Walking Group (must show proof of nonprofit status): $50


Registration Checklist:

1.  Complete the online registration form and submit payment.
2.  Review the Parade Policies & Procedures by clicking below. Submitting a registration is your agreement to accept and abide by these policies & procedures.
 

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