What was once just a small parade for the LGBT community in the ’70s is now a party.

Silicon Valley Pride rings in its 41st year with a Saturday night EDM dance party to amp up for the main event: Sunday’s parade down Market Street.

The night festival on Saturday will be open through the Park Avenue entrance on Almaden Boulevard at 6pm, where the music will go on until 11pm. DJ Sean Bass, DJ Buddy Mason, DJ Bootlegger and DJ Litman will control the tunes before the night caps off with a laser light show.

The parade will start at 10am the next morning. In the past, employees from major tech companies like Google have walked in support, calling themselves the Google Gayglers.

After the parade, a day festival will take place on Almaden Boulevard with music and food for all ages. PokémonGo lures, interactive booths, and video game arcades will be the biggest highlights for families.

At the end of the day, the volunteers of Silicon Valley Pride stress one theme: inclusion.

“When you look around at what we will provide at the festival and make available, it includes everyone that wants to participate,” said Thaddeus Campbell, president of Silicon Valley Pride. “We aim to make it a welcoming environment for all.”

Extra safety precautions will be taken because of the recent hate crimes against the LGBT community this past year.

Tickets are $10 for each day or $18 for the two-day package. VIP packages are also available.