Women's Freedom Festival
Thank you to our Sponsors -
Tickets to WFF are now FREE!
IMPORTANT UPDATE FOR WOMEN'S FREEDOM FEST AND THE UNOFFICIAL DYKE MARCH & PROTEST TODAY - JUNE 19TH AT
SAL GUARRIELLO'S VETERANS' MEMORIAL PARK - LET'S TAKE BACK THE STREETS!
With the recent Supreme Court ruling allowing Catholic Social Services to discriminate against LGBTQ adoption applicants and foster parents -
the unofficial Dyke March just became a protest!!
UPDATED TIMELINE (CHECK BACK HERE FOR UPDATES TO THE UPDATES)
0915 - We will meet at Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial at 8441 Santa Monica Blvd, on the corner of Santa Monica and Holloway Dr (across from Barney's Beanery)
1000 - Councilwoman Shyne and speakers will address the marchers/bikers at Sal Guarriello Veterans' Memorial.
NOTE: This is very grassroots - there is no podium.
Motorcycles must head to Rocco's NO LATER THAN 1020am
(Riders: check Motorcycle Contingent for Equality FB page)
1015- The march and ride will head west on Santa Monica Blvd
towards Rocco's WeHo at 8900 Santa Monica Blvd
1050 - Councilwoman Shyne and guest speakers will say a few words
before the live stream begins at Rocco's.
1100 - LIVE STREAM BEGINS Sponsors, performers and ticket holders must check-in at our table upon arrival for a wristband. The L-Project has reserved the lounge area of Rocco's WeHo and seating is limited.However, seating is open in the main dining area for food and drinks starting at noon.
Only those on the L-Projects guest list have access to the private lounge.
Parking - Public parking is available at the garage on San Vicente & Melrose at the Library or metered parking along the streets.
HOW TO WATCH WOMEN'S FREEDOM FESTIVAL
The live stream can be watched on the following platforms
https://www.thelproject.org (secondary Twitch stream)
In 2013, the iconic lesbian bar in West Hollywood, The Palms, closed down for good. Spaces for LGBTQI women disappeared. Seeing a need for lesbians to meet outside of the LA bar scene, in 2015, we formed a multi-cultural organization to promote lesbian art and culture. We created the very first Frida Festival, an art and music festival ce
In 2013, the iconic lesbian bar in West Hollywood, The Palms, closed down for good. Spaces for LGBTQI women disappeared. Seeing a need for lesbians to meet outside of the LA bar scene, in 2015, we formed a multi-cultural organization to promote lesbian art and culture. We created the very first Frida Festival, an art and music festival celebrating the life and legacy of a Frida Kahlo. We've consistently grown since then, all thanks to the helping hands of this amazing community! Our board is an all volunteer, multi-cultural, and inter-generational group of LesBiQueerTI spirits with a passion for uplifting others.
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