HER’s guide to San Francisco Pride 2019: The lesbian parties and queer events you need to be at

By Shana |

IT’S PRIDE! Our annual opportunity to ask ourselves ‘Where do all these people spend the rest of the year??!!!’ This is our time to march, to protest, to party, to love and to celebrate. We’ve pulled together a handy guide of all the events you might want to check out over the weekend, from the can’t-miss party to the marches to the sober events.


The One You Can’t Miss 

The Annual Wild Things Dyke March After Party at Public Works is back with 3,000+ womxn and queer folks. Wild Things stays true to its reputation as “the place to be” after the Dyke March each year with the best DJs, performers and atmosphere.

Over the years Wild Things has hosted amazing artists including Uniqu3, Kehlani, Cakes Da Killa, Siya, Jungle Pussy, Dai Burger, Katy Red , Njenna Redd Foxx, CupcakKe & more… come through and see what happens this year and be a part of the spectacle. ♥

Wild Things Queer Pride 2019

Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 7 PM – 3 AM

Public Works

161 Erie Street, San Francisco, CA, USA

Tickets available from $20 to $35 here

THE 3 DAY PARTY

Where do all the girls who love girls go to party on Pride Weekend in SF? The answer lies in what every lesbian brings on a second date: UHAUL. San Francisco icon Jolene will not only be holding up the best queer venue in town but is also hosting 3 HUGE parties across the city. With the most spacious venues, the cutest crowds, and the most in demand DJs in the queer community, there’s no question about where you should plan to party come Pride Weekend ٩(˘◡˘)۶

UHAUL SF San Francisco *Full* Pride Weekend! June 28-30, 2019

June 28-30, 2019 at 8-2am

Verso & Forgery (Friday)

Folsom Street Foundry (Saturday)

85 Campton Place, San Francisco, CA (Sunday)

Get all your tickets from $20-$150 here

THE OUTDOOR PARTY

Your favorite outdoor day party is here for a night time edition Pride special. Head down to El Rio to hit that terrace with HipHop, Dancehall and Latin Grooves plus a Free BBQ and Pride goodies!

MANGO Strong: Pride Edition

Saturday, June 29, 2019 at 6 PM – 2 AM

El Rio, 3158 Mission St, San Francisco, California 94110

Tickets available for $15-20 hereh


THE SOBER SAFE SPACE

Lucy & La Mer, WASI and Polartropica will be taking over the west coast to spread positive musical messages and partner with local communities to inspire queer visibility.

The LOVE IS GAY tour will create safe spaces and elevate different communities by combining powerful brands with music, art and activism. Each city will feature some of the local favorite artists in each community

Love is Gay: Pride Celebration Show

Friday, June 28, 2019 at 6:30 PM – 10 PM

The Honey Hive Gallery

4117 Judah St, San Francisco, California 94122

$10 donation at the door

THE DYKE MARCH

Get ready to RALLY. The Dyke March isn’t a parade – it’s a protest. So keep your vocal chords in tact and get ready to shout out your visibility and fight for equality with thousands of other dykes. An event for all those that identify as Dyke, this is community focussed. All allies – please leave space and take to the side walk.

27th San Francisco Dyke March & Rally

June 29th 11-6:30pm

Mission Dolors Park Dolores ST & 19th

FREE

THE FILM FESTIVAL

The cinematic highlight of the year is back – Frameline is taking over our cinemas to share the most beautiful, dynamic and inspiring of LGBTQ+ cinema. As a community event with an annual attendance of 60,000, the Festival is the most prominent and well-attended LGBT arts program in the Bay Area.

Jun 16 – Jun 26, 2019

Location Varies

Price varies but all tickets available here

THE WOMEN’S MARCH MEETS PRIDE

Representatives from Women’s March San Francisco will be speaking on the Main Stage at Sunday’s Pride Celebration.  Come hear about the inspiration behind this modern feminist movement and learn how to get involved!

SF Pride Sunday Celebration

Civic Center Plaza

Free – donations encouraged!

THE PARADE

Celebrating with your team? Ready to see San Francisco’s highlight event for the weekend? Get yourself down to the parade and keep it as its meant to be – a riot, a protest, an opportunity to shout and rally for equal rights for our community.

Sunday 30th June, 10.30am

Embarcadero Bart station