Sun, Jun 28|
North Shore Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Tr
Pride Car Parade: NAGLY's Rolling Rally
Join us for a Pride Car Parade! We have partnered with Peabody Main streets to join our friends by bringing the rolling rally from Salem through Peabody.
Time & Location
Jun 28, 2020, 10:00 AM – 1:00 PM
North Shore Alliance of Gay, Lesbian, Tr, nAGLY, Salem, MA, USA
About the event
We couldn't let the month of June end without celebrating and showing support for the LGBTQ youth members of our communities. We have partnered with Peabody Main Streets to join our friends by bringing the Rolling Rally from Salem through Peabody.
To be a part of the fun, you must register your car in the parade.
Guidelines: We are following strict social distancing guidelines, only people in your immediate households can accompany you in your car. NAGLY sand Peabody Main Streets urge people to respect social distancing guidelines at all times, if you are a spectator, you must remain 6 feet apart from one another and wear a proper face covering. There will be no walking, or biking in the parade; only vehicles are allowed to participate. Everyone in the vehicle is advised to wear the proper face covering.
We do not need to know how many people will be in the car, just how many cars in general will be in the parade.
1 ticket = 1 car
To get (free) tickets click here.
Decorate your car. Decorate yourself. Make a sign. Honk your horn. Make some noise.
10:00 am- Meet in Salem Cars will begin by meeting up at the Hawthorne parking lot to line up and decorate with the parade to start by 11:00am. After a loop around the Salem Common, we will go down Hawthorne Blvd and a few other streets. Then the procession will head into Peabody.
11:00 am- You only need to register once; you do not need to register for both Salem and Peabody. In other words, you can continue into Peabody without getting another ticket. Cars wishing to join for only the Peabody portion should meet up at Stop & Shop parking lot on Howley Street to join the procession in progress at approximately 11:30am. The procession will continue through downtown Peabody, past City Hall, and end at the Northshore Mall.
The parade is a fun, informal, family-friendly gathering. You must be in a car and follow all traffic safety laws, including stopping for red lights. No pedestrians are allowed.