Photos: Thousands flock to Dupont for Capital Pride Parade

Media Credit: Dean Whitelaw | Staff Photographer

A Capital Pride Parade attendee watches the festivities wearing rainbow-colored wings.

Thousands of onlookers and marchers flooded the streets of Dupont Circle for the annual Capital Pride Parade Saturday. The parade, which began on 21st and P Streets, is part of D.C.’s ongoing festivities to celebrate LGBTQ pride throughout June.

Here are some snapshots from the day:

Two attendees kiss in Dupont Circle. Dean Whitelaw | Staff Photographer

Marchers strike a pose. Dean Whitelaw | Staff Photographer

A parade participant hypes up the crowd. Dean Whitelaw | Staff Photographer

A marcher high-fives members of the crowd. Jack Fonseca | Contributing Photo Editor

A parade participant does a handstand on a truck. Jack Fonseca | Contributing Photo Editor

Onlookers line the sidewalk to watch the parade head down P Street. Jack Fonseca | Contributing Photo Editor

Attendees take a selfie at the end of the parade festivities. Jack Fonseca | Contributing Photo Editor

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