On Saturday, May 22, 2021 the City of West Hollywood kicked-off its One City One Pride LGBTQ Arts Festival.
A special online performance of Patricia Loughrey’s play Dear Harvey: Stories of Harvey Milk, which recounts the life and lasting impact of groundbreaking LGBTQ activist and politician Harvey Milk.
A complete list of this year’s One City One Pride festival events is available at www.weho.org/pride. Due to the coronavirus crisis, festival events have moved to an online virtual platform to respond to the City of West Hollywood’s efforts to prioritize health and public safety.
The City of West Hollywood is like no other city in the world. West Hollywood is one of the most outspoken cities in the nation in advocating for the legal rights and full representation of LGBTQ people. More than 40 percent of residents in the City of West Hollywood identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender.
West Hollywood is also a thriving cultural center that has an unparalleled historical connection to music, entertainment, architecture, fashion, and culture-making. The City embodies a unique rock-and-roll history and West Hollywood is home to numerous groundbreaking music venues, hotels, and restaurants that have, over many decades, influenced cultural currents throughout the world.
For 40 days One City One Pride will feature various artists, poets, performers from May 22nd- June 30th.