The City of West Hollywood's One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival celebrates pride in 2018 with the festival theme “I Remember”. One City One Pride consists of interactive, performing and visual art events - mostly free! -  between May 22 through June 30 (Harvey Milk Day through the end of June Pride month).

The highlights of One City One Pride 2018 are:

  • May 22: A staged reading of Dear Harvey with Celebration Theatre
  • May 30: Lillian Faderman presents her new book, Harvey Milk, His Lives and Death as part of our WeHo Reads series
  • June 2: a full day of screenings and panels
  • June 13: composer Craig Hella Johnson presents a preview of Considering Matthew Shepard and a Q & A as part of the 20th anniversary commemoration of Matthew Shepard's death
  • June 15, 16, 17: New Stages present Heroic Lives, an original musical based on the life stories of, and performed by, LGBTQ seniors
  • June 30: TransLifeLA PoPUp Film Festival

One City One Pride also includes three visual art exhibitions for 2018:

  • Adelaide Drive - artwork by Wayne Shimabukuro and Don Bachardy at the West Hollywood Library
  • Out There - at Gallery 825
  • ONE Archives LGBTQ History Panel Displays - On the temporary construction fencing surrounding West Hollywood Park (647 N. San Vicente Blvd).

One City One Pride is organized by the City of West Hollywood's WeHo Arts program (the City’s Arts & Cultural Affairs Commission and Arts Division) with input from the City’s Lesbian & Gay Advisory Board, Transgender Advisory Board, and other community partners.

You can view the entire brochure of 2017 events here: 

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If you have additional questions about One City One Pride please email Mike Che, One City One Pride coordinator/City of West Hollywood Arts Coordinator at

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