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It's Pride Parade Time in East Hampton!

Thu, 05/30/2024 - 14:20
The 2023 Hamptons Pride Parade
Durell Godfrey

The third annual Hamptons Pride Parade happens on Saturday in East Hampton. Participants will step off from Main Street and Pondview Lane at noon, head down Main Street to Newtown Lane and Lumber Lane, and finish at Herrick Park, where the celebration will continue until 3 p.m. There will be music in the park courtesy of D.J. Karin Ward and Mila Tina, a percussionist. 

John Musnicki, @musnicki_photography

Those coming to the event from points west have the option to avoid the traffic and arrive by train, as the Long Island Rail Road will add a train specifically for the occasion. It will leave Speonk at 10:19 a.m., with stops at all stations between there and East Hampton, where it arrives at 11:02. Later in the day, there is a return train to Speonk departing East Hampton at 4 p.m. Tickets cost $7 each way. 

John Musnicki, @musnicki_photography

John Musnicki, @musnicki_photography

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