Answers to some of our most frequently asked questions.
Saturday, July 15, 2023
12PM - 8PM
The Michelle & Barack Obama Sports Complex is accessible via the 10, 405, and 110 freeways.
We are adjacent to both the Expo and K Lines Expo/Crenshaw Station Metro train stop.
All ride-share, access, and drop-off vehicles are welcome in the main parking lot off Obama Blvd. Please enter from Obama Blvd. for easy drop-off and pick-up access. Patrons may meet their vehicle at the front of the parking lot in the designated area once they have ordered their ride and then exit quickly from there.
Michelle and Barack Obama Sports Complex
(formerly Rancho Cienega Sports Complex)
5001 Obama Blvd.
Los Angeles, CA 90016
Free parking spaces on-site and adjacent street parking.
Who’s performing at South LA Pride?
You can click here for our full lineup. Our headliner is Durand Bernarr.
How much is South LA Pride?
Thanks to generous support from Councilmembers Marqueece Harris-Dawson, Heather Hutt, and Curren Price, South LA Pride is FREE to attend making it accessible to everyone in our community.
Is South LA Pride a family-friendly event?
We sure are. Bring the kids, bring the elders. We are one big family.
What should I bring to South LA Pride?
Besides yourself, family, and friends, feel free to bring your favorite chair, blanket, a picnic basket. There is no cooking in the park, but we will have food trucks with food for sale.
Are you still accepting applications for Festival booths ?
Who can I speak to about sponsoring South LA Pride 2023?
Send an email to info [at] southlapride.com, and our sponsorship team will share all our 2023 opportunities!
Can I volunteer to work at LA Pride?
Yes, we will have a volunteer application form! Just click here to get started.