June is National Pride Month! Show your support with Macy's as we defend equality + unite with respect in joyful celebrations across the country.
Macy's is committed to diversity, inclusion and respect for all. We're joining in parades and festivals throughout America and hosting Macy's in-store events around the country to recognize members of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and questioning communities.
Macy’s Herald Square
For the first time ever, New York has the honor to not only host the global celebration that is WorldPride but New York will also be the first U.S city to do so to coincide with the commemoration of the 50th anniversary of the Stonewall Uprising. Stop in to Macy’s Herald Square for great in-store events paying tribute to the diversity within our workforce and communities.
Pride Shop Ribbon Cutting
Thursday, June 6th from 5PM – 7PM
Mezzanine - Pride Shop
Macy's Herald Square will be celebrating the grand opening of a brand new PRIDE Shop. Special guests from NYC City Council, The Trevor Project and Macy's executive team will be in attendance for a ribbon cutting, followed by a very special surprise performance
Taste Of Pride Culinary Event
Thursday, June 20 from 6PM – 8PM
9th Floor – Furniture Department
Join Macy's for Taste of Pride featuring a conversation with chefs Anita Lo, Elizabeth Falkner, and Zac Young hosted by food editor, Jake Cohen. The discussion will focus on being queer in the food and beverage industry, and then stick around after to taste great recipes from the chefs. RSVP required for the tasting portion.
Drag Queen Story Hour
Saturday, June 22 from 2PM – 4PM
Mezzanine – STORY
Bring the whole family for a reading circle and sing along with the queens at this feel-good event!
Sunday, June 23 from 11AM & 1PM
6th Floor – Stella 34
Join us for a fun drag brunch at Stella 34, filled with mimosas, food and drag performances featuring Ru Paul's Drag Race finalist Peppermint! Also have fun with our photo booth, glam stations and more.
Seating's will be pre-paid, by reservation with a portion of the proceeds going to The Trevor Project.
World Pride Celebration
Tuesday, June 25 from 6PM – 8PM
Mezzanine – Men’s Department
In collaboration with New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer and The MEN Event; Macy's invites you to join an over- the- top PRIDE Celebration to commemorate World Pride and a very special LGBTQ Changemakers event in support of the work and mission of The Trevor Project. You'll mix and mingle with the 2019 Changemaker award honorees and enjoy exciting entertainment, delectable bites, tempting cocktails, giveaways, and much more! Reservations required.
Here what your other favorite stores are up to!
Thursday, June 6
Macy’s Boston: Boston, MA – 1st Floor Men’s Department from 5PM – 7PM
Bring the love to life during national pride month! Join Macy's Boston as we celebrate family, friends and community! Enjoy drag performances by Liza Lott, Kris Knievil and Camille Yen; sweet treats, a Pride-inspired photo booth and more!
Also, stop by The Trevor Project station and learn how you can help The Trevor Project provide its life-saving suicide prevention & crisis intervention services for LGBTQ youth.
Macy’s Beverly Center: Los Angeles, CA – Women’s Fashion from 6PM - 8PM
Join Macy's for a Transgender Pride Celebration with hosts Billie Lee from the hit TV show, Vanderpump Rules and Michaela Mendelsohn, The Trevor Project's first transgender board member! Enjoy Pride fashion looks presented by celebrity stylist Daniel Musto, makeup tutorials, cocktails from Hamburger Mary's, LGBTQ+ anthems from our DJ and the chance to spin and win at our prize wheel.
Thursday, June 13
Macy’s Galleria at Houston: Houston, TX – Level 2 from 6PM – 8PM
Join Macy's for a Transgender Pride Celebration! Enjoy Pride fashion looks, makeup tutorials, LGBTQ+ anthems from our DJ and the chance to spin and win at our prize wheel.
Saturday, June 15
Macy’s State Street: Chicago, IL – 1st Floor from 2PM - 4PM
BRING LOVE TO LIFE DURING NATIONAL PRIDE MONTH! Join us at Macy's State Street as we celebrate family, friends and community! Enjoy treats, performances by drag queens and more!
While here, don't forget to stop by The Trevor Project station and learn how you can help The Trevor Project provide its life-saving suicide prevention & crisis intervention services for LGBTQ youth when you shop Macy's stores and round up your purchase amount, up to 99 cents.**
**See Store Colleague for details. Valid in all Macy's stores 6/1-6/17/19. Valid in select Macy's stores in Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, Lexington, KY, Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Petersburg, FL 6/1-6/30/19. See below for more information about rounding up.
Saturday, June 29
Macy’s Union Square: San Francisco, CA – Level 5 Men’s Department from 2PM – 4PM
Head to Macy's for a Pride celebration with a Drag Show spectacular featuring the House of Glitter Queens! Check out the latest Pride merchandise, enjoy lite bites and design your own Pride tank top. RSVP Here.
For its annual Pride + Joy celebration campaign, Macy’s is a partner with The Trevor Project and NYC Pride, will participate in Pride parades across the country and exclusive Pride-themed merchandise is available at more than 100 Macy’s stores and on macys.com.
From June 1–June 17 at all Macy’s stores nationwide, customers will be also able to show their support by selecting to rounding up to the nearest dollar (up to $.99) on their purchases with the donated change going towards The Trevor Project. In select markets including Chicago, Cincinnati, Houston, Lexington (KY), Los Angeles, Minneapolis, New York City, San Francisco, Seattle, St. Louis, and St. Petersburg (FL), the round-up campaign will be extended through June 30 to coincide with Pride parade celebrations. Read more about Macy's collaboration with The Trevor Project here.
Out of towners visiting Macy’s Herald Square will also receive a free gift at the Visitor Center and a 20% Visitors Savings pass. The pass is also available for digital download or to pick up at any of our eight Visitor Centers.
Unfortunately, things happen; events change or may be canceled, and supplies may run out!