Enjoy Pride in Hudson River Park! Our West Village esplanades, along with Piers 45 and 46, have long been a place of gathering on Pride Sunday, with thousands coming together to celebrate Pride. The safety of all of our guests is our highest priority. To manage crowding conditions, please expect limited closures in the area, including on both sides of Route 9A, and expect the adjacent bikeway to be extra crowded that day.
As a reminder, Park rules will be in effect; please click here for the full list. Please also pay particular attention to the following Park & City rules which are needed to help everyone have a safe and & enjoyable day:
- Respect Park closures, including cordoned off areas.
- No coolers or other large containers.
- No open flames or flammable materials, including BBQs or grills, heating elements, or gas-powered generators.
- No glass containers (and please use trash receptacles in support of Park landscapes and the Hudson River).
- Amplified sound (including large speakers) requires NYPD permit.
- No vending allowed without Hudson River Park Trust permit.
Available amenities will include porta-sans and water fountains.
Due to the large crowds expected, access to certain areas may be restricted for safety as needed. Additional items deemed unsafe or dangerous for the Park or park visitors may be prohibited at the Park’s discretion.
14th Street Park is closed Sunday, June 26.
Please note that Heritage of Pride’s Pride Island has moved south to Governor’s Island, and there will not be fireworks visible from Hudson River Park this year.
Please check back for further updates and information.