7 LA Pride Events to Attend This Month

By Justin Wu | June 18, 2019 | Culture

Celebrate pride this month at any of these seven fun events.

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Beauty of Burlesque: Pride Extravaganza (June 20)

Miss Tosh presents Beauty of Burlesque on June 20. The PRIDE Extravaganza features performances by celebrated LGBTQ+ entertainers From $20, Globe Theatre Los Angeles, 740 South Broadway, Los Angeles, beautyofburlesque.com

Out Under the Stars: Hairspray (June 21)

The Los Angeles LGBT Center presents a special screening of Hairspray with lots of food and drink from LA vendors, as well as DJ and celebrity guest appearances. $20, Hollywood Forever, 6000 Santa Monica Blvd., Los Angeles, lalgbtcenter.org

Valley Pride (June 22)

Los Angeles Councilwoman Nury Martinez hosts this free Pride party at the Van Nuys Civic Center featuring San Cha, Irka Mateo, DJ Les Ortiz, DJ Erika Kayne and more. Also expect live screen printing, a 3D photo booth and food and merch vendors. Free, Van Nuys Civic Center, 14410 Sylvan St., Los Angeles, nury-martinez.com

Beverly Center x The Advocate x World of Wonder Pride Event (June 22)

Celebrate pride with Beverly Center x The Advocate x World of Wonder hosted by Emmy Award -winning fashion savant Carson Kressley. The event also boasts tea with the Queens Panel, drag performances and more. Free, 8500 Beverly Blvd., Los Angeles, beverlycenter.com

OC LGBT Pride Parade and Festival (June 22)

Promoting themes of unity, solidarity and coming together to “Stand Up Stand Out,” the OC LGBT Pride Parade and Festival will return to Downtown Santa Ana. This festival features This festival features live music and drag performances as well as the crowning of the Mr., Ms., Miss and Mx. Gay Pride Orange County winners. Over 10,000 people attended the parade last year, and this is the biggest LGBTQ event in Orange County. Free, Downtown Santa Ana, Los Angeles, prideoc.com

Santa Monica Pride Bar Crawl (June 22)

Join the first ever Santa Monica Pride Bar Crawl, hosted by iHeart Radio/HereTV's On the Rock's Alexander Rodriguez. Part of the proceeds will go to Los Angeles LGBT Center, so the drunker you are, the more love you show to the LGBT community in Los Angeles. From $10, 256 Santa Monica Pier, Los Angeles, lalgbtcenter.org

One City One Pride Day of Art (June 30)

This LGBTQ arts festival organized by the City of West Hollywood celebrates 2019 with the theme “Love is Love” and includes the launch of Crush: First Love, New Talent, an LGBTQ comic anthology about first queer love. Free, West Hollywood City Council Chambers, 625 N. San Vincente Blvd. West Hollywood, Los Angeles, lapride.org



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