YOU ARE INVITED TO THE HOTTEST PARTY OF THE YEAR!
THIS YEAR'S THEME: "IT'S AN ALL WHITE PARTY"
Representation of wearing white: "Peace and Healthy Leadership"
We stand with LOVE! We stand for peace and justice. Our VOICES will be heard! We are/will be the voice for the "invisible and voiceless"! We will shift, change and manifest the kind of world that benefits our human rights! Benefits the human race! We are WOMEN, and "WE" are POWERFUL CREATORS!
It's in our blood! We can! And we will create the kind of world we choose to live in!
This is a collective awakening! And we are so ready!
*** I WILL BE AIMING TO RESERVE THE AREA BETWEEN TOWER#9 & #10. TOWER# WILL BE ANNOUNCED ON THE SAME MORNING OF EVENT***
YOU ARE INVITED TO THE HOTTEST PARTY OF THE YEAR!
It's time...Babes Ride Out has once again rented out the entire 40 acres of Joshua Tree Lake Campground this year to produce our largest event yet, Babes Ride Out 5. Join us for 4 days and 3 nights in beautiful Joshua Tree California for the world’s largest ladies only riding event and motorcycle campout. ALL bike types are welcome.
Tickets can be purchased HERE (tickets are non-refundable).
For more info, check the event's website .
Gay Days Anaheim is a "mix in," meaning gay people and straight people mingle together; the park is open to the general public. We wear RED shirts to identify one another and show our numbers.
The first Gay Days Anaheim in 1998 attracted about 2,500 people. Today the event attracts over 30,000 guests to the Disneyland Resort each year! Pretty amazing. What was once a small one-day gathering has become a full weekend event with parties, gatherings, group photos, scavenger hunts, private meals, and much more!
Remember, this event isn't presented by Disneyland (hence why it's "unofficial") so if you call Disneyland asking for information about Gay Day, they will tell you that this is not a Disney event.
IT'S THE TENTH ANNIVERSARY OF THIS SIX FLAGS MAGIC MOUNTAIN PRIVATE PARTY FOR THE LGBTQ COMMUNITY.
The party is closed to the general public for this special gay and gay-friendly event (no regular tickets or season passes accepted)! All ages. Event from 6pm-1am (rides till midnight, dance party till 1am). As a bonus this year, your tickets also get you free admission with general public from 10:30am-6pm (get blue wristband at entrance so you stay for our party).
Long Beach’s longest-running film festival since 1993, the QFilm Festival annually presents narrative features, documentaries and short films that embody the rich diversity and experiences of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities. More than 1,500 people attend each year to savor a mix of West Coast, Southern California and local premieres as well some of the most acclaimed features on the film festival circuit. Numerous filmmakers and cast members of the films to be shown will be present for audience discussions after each screening. Festival events will feature numerous parties and opportunities for attendees to meet and mingle with filmmakers, actors, critics and other industry professionals.
Runs from 9/7 through 9/10. Click here for more information
The 29th annual AIDS Walk Orange County, scheduled for Saturday, May 9, 2015, features a 5 km walk and Red Ribbon 5 km Fun Run through the William R. Mason Regional Park in Irvine, CA. The program and festival attractions include music, food vendors, carnival booths, art exhibits, merchandise sales, and community dance and choral performances.
Register here for the Walk and/or the Red Ribbon 5K Fun Run…one registration fee is applicable to all activities!
This world-class event brings together the Orange County Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied community to celebrate our achievement and renew our support for the fight for equality. As the second oldest LGBT center in the nation, the LGBT Center OC enjoys this celebration with nearly 450 of our closest fans. You can expect a spectacular evening with local entertainment, silent and live auctions, and a special announcement about the future of the LGBT Center OC.
The Center is proud to present our 2nd Annual Black & White Ball, an evening of festivity and pride, celebrating the many contributions of our fabulous LGBTQ community. You are invited to join us for cocktails, dinner, dancing, and a wonderful silent auction at Hotel Maya’s beautiful, brand new waterfront pavilion! Join us in honoring the Center Icons who continue to support our community and The Center.
The Political Icon Award will be presented to Congressman Alan Lowenthal for his years of support to the LGBTQ community at the local, state, and federal level. This year’s Community Icon Award will be presented to Ellen Ward, former Signal Hill Mayor, for her tremendous advocacy on behalf of the LGBTQ and HIV positive communities in Long Beach.
Click here for more information and to buy tickets.
Our first annual Best of LGBT Awards Ceremony is coming. Join us as we celebrate businesses, activists and members of our community for their dedication and support of the LGBT Community.
Special Guest Speakers // Live DJ // Photo Booth // Prizes