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Attending the Pride March this weekend? You can catch free Q City Bus rides to and from Quezon Memorial Circle

By AYIE LICSI Published Jun 19, 2024 10:02 pm

Good news for those attending the Pride March in Quezon City! There will be free bus rides to and from the Quezon Memorial Circle this weekend.

The Quezon City government and the organizers of the event, Pride PH, announced on X (formerly Twitter) that the Q City Bus will be available for attendees to ride on June 22. It will also extend its operating hours until 2 a.m. on June 23.

The routes for the bus rides will be to different areas in Quezon City, including Cubao, IBP Road/Litex, General Luis, Mindanao Avenue via Visayas Avenue, Gilmore Avenue, C5/Ortigas Avenue Extension, and Muñoz. These begin and end at the Quezon City Hall.

Schedules for buses will have 30-minute intervals on Saturdays, except for Gilmore and C5/Ortigas Ave. Ext. routes that will have a one-hour wait for rides.

Q City Buses are free to ride, and it offers free WiFi for commuters.

The LoveLaban 2 Everyone Pride PH Festival 2024 is happening on June 22 at the Quezon City Memorial Circle with headlining acts Vice Ganda, Ben&Ben, BINI, Cup of Joe, Gloc-9, Juan Karlos, and Marina Summers.

It will also feature local drag queens like Drag Race Philippines season 1 and 2 winners Precious Paula Nicole and Captivating KatKat, Bernie, Brigiding, Lady Gagita, Maxie Andreison, M1ss Gade So, Pura Luka Vega, Viñas DeLuxe, Drag Den season 1 and 2 winners Naia and Deja, and more.

Local celebrities Awra Briguela, Denise Julia, Jason Dhakal, KaladKaren, Nica Del Rosario, Janella Salvador, Esnyr, Sassa Gurl, Nicole Cordovez, and more will take the stage.

Entrance to the Pride March is free.