“WOMEN’S FREEDOM FESTIVAL” PRESENTED BY THE L-PROJECT LA AND SPONSORED BY THE CITY OF WEST HOLLYWOOD CELEBRATES PRIDE!
WHEN: FRIDAY, JUNE 3 @ 7PM TO 10PM, FREE Admission. LIVE Event.
WHAT: The Women’s Freedom Festival will feature LGBTQI+BIPOC and non-binary musicians, comedians, poets, and activists, along with a featured performance from MILCK, singing her latest protest song, We Won’t Go Back.
WHERE: #WeHoPride Stage at Santa Monica Blvd and Robertson. WFF will begin immediately following the Dyke March that concludes at the same location.
TALENT: Native Latina, King Cyborg, Vixen Noir, Andy Flores, Shannon Matesky, Mortasay, Jen Kober, Jackie Steele, BOI Band, Gattison, Melodye Perry, DJ Asha.
Headliner: LG (Team Genius)
Special Guest: MILCK
Chris Jackson-Baldwin: The L-Project LA’s Founder, WFF Creator and Producer.
– “We are truly honored that the West Hollywood City Council brought the Women’s Freedom Festival 2022 back to WeHo in a big way! Happy Pride.”
Madonna Cacciatore: The L-Project LA’s President and WFF co-Producer.
– “It’s now more important than ever for all women to come together in a safe and powerful space. We will continue to unite for our rights and to celebrate who we are.”
PRODUCERS AND TALENT AVAILABLE FOR PRE-INTERVIEWS
MORE PRIDE CELEBRATIONS:
Saturday, June 4, Plummer Park, Rainbow Family Day Picnic 12p-4p
Sunday, June 5th, The Troubadour, Women’s Freedom Awards, 6:30p-11p
*Award presented to Melanie Nathan.
About The L-Project LA:
Our Herstory: In 2013, the iconic lesbian bar in West Hollywood, The Palms, closed down for good. Spaces for LGBTQI+BIPOC women disappeared. Seeing a need for lesbians to meet outside of the LA bar scene, in 2015, we formed a multicultural non-profit 501.c3 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, multicultural, and inter-generational group of LesBiQueerTI spirits with a passion for uplifting others.
Our Mission is to promote, support, and inspire LGBTQIA+BIPOC women and non-binary creatives through the arts and technology.
Contact: Renee Sotile Cell/text 310-600-1286 LGBTHollywood@gmail.com