Join us for the sixth annual Dyke Day at Barnsdall Art Park!
It will be another magical day of sun, fun, music, and community.
Saturday June 8, noon - sunset
Barnsdall Art Park
(Hollywood Blvd just west of Vermont Ave)
- DJs all day long
- good stuff for kids
- games for everyone
- tables for community organizations
- a gorgeous public green space with a view of the hills, the Hollywood sign and the Observatory
Bring a blanket and a picnic* and chill out all afternoon with us! Do not forget the sunscreen.
Dyke Day L.A. is a non-profit day in the park for all self-identified dykes and their allies, including queer families, trans folks, and queers of all ages. The mission of Dyke Day L.A. is to create an inclusive space that brings together the past, present, and future of our east side Los Angeles community. We aim to create a space for folks of all backgrounds to connect with each other and with community organizations in celebration of our eclectic queer family!
Dyke Day is an intentionally inclusive space: all genders, ages, and abilities welcome (acessibility requires a vehicle to the top of the hill where Dyke Day takes place; that main lawn area of the park is accessible.)
*Technically there is no alcohol allowed on the park grounds, so please, people, no visible bottles or cans. Bring cups for your beverages.