Sunday, June 25 is the big Heritage of Pride March, also known as the Pride Parade, which steps off at noon at Fifth Avenue and 36th Street and heads down into West Village. Below, you can find the street closures, which start at 11 a.m., for the parade's formation, route, dispersal and festival.

The grand marshals for the parade are NYC's first openly transgender firefighter Brooke Guinan; Krishna Stone, Community Relations Director at Gay Men’s Health Crisis; Geng Le, an LGBT rights activist in China and the ACLU and NYCLU, with Gavin Grimm.

Besides activists and gorgeously-decked out (or nearly naked) performers, numerous elected officials will be on the parade route; State Senator Brad Hoylman said, "I’ll be handing out 5,000 copies of the U.S. Constitution this weekend at NYC Pride because Donald Trump is a one-man constitutional crisis. Now, it’s more important than ever for the LGBT community to know its rights."

Street Closures

Formation:
41st Street between Park Avenue and 5th Avenue
40th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
39th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
38th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
37th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue
36th Street between 6th Avenue and Park Avenue

Route:
5th Avenue between 41st Street and 8th Street
8th Street between 5th Avenue and 6th Avenue
Greenwich Avenue between 6th Avenue and Christopher Street Christopher Street between Greenwich Avenue and Greenwich Street

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Dispersal:
Greenwich Street between W.11th Street and Leroy Street

Miscellaneous:
5th Avenue between 8th Street and Washington Mews
Bleecker Street between Christopher Street and W.10th Street

Festival:
Hudson Street between Bethune Street and West 14th Street
West 13th Street between 9th Avenue and West 4th Street