New York City has been hosting WorldPride for the first time this month, and what's primed to be biggest-ever Pride celebration—coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising—will happen this Sunday, June 30th. An estimated 3 million people are expected to turn out for the main Pride March in Manhattan, and that's not even counting many other events, rallies, and marches happening over the weekend.

That means you won't be able to drive or stroll down some streets in Manhattan as you usually might. The NYPD has released a graphic (above) showing the streets that will be closed as both preparations and the march are underway. They are as follows:

From 4 a.m. to 12 a.m.:

- 24th Street between 8th Avenue and 5th Avenue
- 25th Street between 8th Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 26th Street between Park Avenue and Madison Avenue
- 27th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 28th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 29th Street between 8th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 30th Street between 9th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 31st Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
- 32nd Street between 6th avenue and Park Avenue
- 33rd Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue

From 7 a.m. until 12 a.m.:

- Christopher Street between Greenwich Street and 7th Avenue
- Greenwich Avenue between 6th Avenue and 7th Avenue

From 10:30 a.m. until 12 a.m.:

- 5th Avenue between 42nd Street and 26th Street

From 11:15 a.m. until 12 a.m.:

- 7th Avenue between 42nd Street and 23rd Street
- 7th Avenue between Christopher Street and Bleecker Street
- 6th Avenue between 10th Street and Bleecker Street

As a reminder, the march steps off at 25th Street and 5th Avenue at 12 p.m. From there, marchers will head south on 5th Avenue towards West 8th Street, then west on 8th Street to Greenwich Avenue. The route goes west on Greenwich Avenue to Christopher Street, then west again on Christopher Street towards 7th Avenue north (past the Stonewall Inn and the New York City AIDS Memorial), where it'll stop at 23rd Street. No crosstown traffic will be allowed on the march's route, from 11:15 a.m. until 12 a.m.

In a press release, the NYPD said it would be deploying thousands of officers, both uniformed and plainclothes, along the whole route. They're joined by over 100 blocker cars, as well as heavy weapons teams, bomb squad members, dogs, officers on rooftops, and a counterterrorism bureau that's solely looking out for "unauthorized" drones.

The official Pride March has drawn some criticism from LGBTQ activists, who say it's become overpoliced and cheapened by corporate sponsorships. An alternative march focused on the political and social issues continuing to face communities, the Queer Liberation March, will be happening simultaneously as the main Pride March.