LA Pride 2018 kicks off on Saturday, June 2 with nearly 10 days of events, community programs, and so many ways to show your Pride and express this year's theme: #JUSTBE.!
On Saturday, LA Pride Week 2018 begins with LGBT Night at Universal Studios Hollywood™ – an exclusive after-hours experience with full park access, live sets by DJ's Ryan Kenney and Aaron Elvis, dance clubs, cash bars (21+), and more. Every ticket also gets you full park access for the entire day. Prices go up on June 1st. More info
Then a week later, the City of West Hollywood will play host to the 48th annual LA Pride Parade and Festival—an amazing weekend of self-expression, community, good times, and great memories – a time for all to #JUSTBE.
This year's LA Pride Festival lineup is the most diverse ever – headlined by R&B sensation Kehlani and international pop star Tove Lo, alongside a diverse array of artists, including some seriously fierce women and a ton of LGBTQ+ performers across all of the LA Pride Festival’s three stages. To avoid long lines at Will Call, the last day to get your tickets shipped directly to you before the event is May 31st. Get tickets
$15 passes are available for ADA, Military, and Seniors all weekend long. These must be purchased on-site at the Box Office. For more information, visit the LA Pride 2018 FAQs.
Those who want to skip the crowds and experience the 2018 LA Pride Festival in style can take advantage of the Delta Air Lines Backstage Pass. Single-day and weekend passes are still available – but space is limited.
This exclusive LA Pride experience includes backstage access to the LA Pride Park Stage (“main stage”) where you can mingle with performers, influencers, and friends in a lounge-like atmosphere. Other benefits include “media pit” front stage access to watch all Park Stage performances, a daily afternoon meal, and two complimentary cocktails per day, courtesy of SKYY vodka.
LA PRIDE WEEK 2018
LA LGBT Center
Proceeds from ticket sales to LA Pride Week events support events like the LA Pride Parade and city-wide programs like the CSW philanthropy, Casa del Sol, a joint project with APLA Health that provides low-income housing to people living with HIV/AIDS.