The 53rd annual L.A. Pride Parade rolled through the historic heart of Hollywood Sunday.
The parade route began at Sunset Blvd. and Highland Ave. heading north, then east onto Hollywood Blvd., then south onto Cahuenga Blvd., ending at Sunset Blvd. and Cahuenga Blvd.
The route was approximately one mile long, with about 150 contingents consisting of revelers from SoCal's top LGBTQ+ nonprofits, employee resource groups, city agencies, local, regional, and national businesses, clubs, bands, floats, and more than a few surprises.
Queer comedian Margaret Cho was honored as the Icon Grand Marshal, the ACLU SoCal was this year's Community Grand Marshal, and a new category, Legacy Grand Marshal, honored and celebrated the life of Leslie Jordan.
It was estimated that over 150,000 spectators attended the parade.
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