Los Angeles Pride
Los Angeles Pride is an LGBT Pride event held in West Hollywood, California. The event is organized by the Christopher Street West Association, an LGBT non-profit human rights organization within the Greater Los Angeles area.
Los Angeles Pride is one of a growing number of Pride events that stresses public awareness of gay people and their contributions to society. Because it is located in the predominantly LGBT+ neighborhood of West Hollywood, LA Pride emphasizes connecting the LGBT community with the larger community. It also aims to support broader community groups connecting with the LGBT community. The festival features works by LGBT+ artists as well as representation of companies who support the larger Gay Rights cause. Many of the performers seen at the three-day festival are openly gay, lesbian, bisexual, transgender, or supporters of the LGBT movement.
LA! Pride 2015
The 2015 Pride Festival in Los Angeles took place from June 12 to June 14, 2015, and was presented by the Christopher Street West Association, an organization "committed to the goals of human rights, education, outreach and better understanding within our community, as well as the heterosexual community." Headliners for the festival included Wilson Phillips, Tinashe, Kesha, Tamar Braxton, Ty Herndon, Eden xo, and Fifth Harmony.
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