Los Angeles Pride Guide

Los Angeles Pride Guide

For those of us in Southern California, Pride Month is a busy one. With West Hollywood Pride taking place the first weekend of June, and Los Angeles Pride taking place June 9th-10th. Best known for producing the LA Pride Parade & Festival, it is one of the largest Pride celebrations in the country.

Below is our guide to events you should check out, whether you're a local, or visiting this city that is rich with LGBTQ+ history and culture. Looking to add some flare to your pride fit? Shop our Pride Collection before the festivities.


June 9th-10th

LA Pride in the Park takes place on June 9th and 10th and boasts a HUGE lineup of performers including Megan Thee Stallion, Mariah Carey, Fletcher, and King Princess. Taking place at LA Historic Park, this festival will also feature drag performances, delicious food and beverages, giveaways and more. Get your tickets here.


June 10th 12pm-6pm

Celebrating their 15th year as an LA Pride staple, Dyke Day is a trans-inclusive, free event for dykes of all genders and sexualities. This year's event will take place on Saturday June 10th, from 12pm-6pm at Sycamore Grove Park. Come to Dyke Day for a day full of picnicking, games, drag performances, and mingling with fellow queers. Find out more about Dyke Day on their Instagram Page.


June 11th - 11am

Last year, over 145,000 people attended the Los Angeles Pride Parade as it returned to Hollywood Blvd. The parade, and the Pride Village Street Fair, which will run adjacent to the route, are free to everyone. Tip from the locals: take the metro to the parade, as parking is limited. More info can be found on LA Pride's website.

Remember this year for pride, our motto is Don't Say Gay, SCREAM IT! Check out our Pride Collection to help you scream it all month long.