Fourth Year of the Annual Event Features Two Unique Experiences to Join the Fun!

This year's Culver City Pride Ride and Rally returns to Culver City on Saturday, June 29th, with two festive and fabulous ways to celebrate our LGBTQ+ community. The 2024 Pride Ride & Rally includes a six-mile neighborhood Pride Ride from 4pm to 6pm, followed by a Rally with Pride evening party from 6pm to 9pm.

First, rock your rainbow outfits as we ride, scoot, skate, and cycle through Culver City's scenic neighborhoods, beginning 4pm in Syd Kronenthal Park, 3459 McManus Avenue. Come push or pedal with friends, family, and neighbors as we roll together toward a brighter future. The Pride Ride is free, and open to everyone–but an RSVP is necessary. Please RSVP here: We'll see you in Syd Kronenthal Park starting at 4pm!

Then come dance the night away at our outdoor, evening Pride Rally street party on Main Street in the heart of Downtown Culver City! Join us from 6pm to 9pm for a celebration featuring live DJs, drag performances, speakers, art experiences, immersive entertainment, face painting, food & drinks, dancing and so much more! The Pride Rally evening street party is free and open to all–no RSVP is needed.

Culver City Pride Ride and Rally has grown rapidly since the city's very first official Pride celebration in 2021. The event is now the largest Pride Ride in the region (maybe the entire State!) with over 400 riders expected and over 500 rally attendees. The annual event was created by Culver City Mayor Yasmine-Imani McMorrin, Councilmember Freddy Puza, and Bubba Fish, a current candidate for Culver City Council.

"Culver City Pride Ride and Rally is a Pride event as unique and special as our LGBTQ+ community, bringing the joy of Pride to the doorstep of thousands of Culver City families," said Co-Creator Bubba Fish. "The original Pride was a protest, and our Pride doesn't shy away from the issues that make a city welcoming to everyone: housing, safe streets, and services that care for all of us. It's a Pride party with a purpose."

The Los Angeles area has a unique place in pride history, as it has been home to many firsts in the LGBTQ+ rights movement. The region became known for its unprecedented resistance, in 1967, at the Black Cat Tavern, which was the site of one of the first demonstrations in the United States protesting police brutality against the LGBTQ+ community, which preceded the Stonewall Uprising, commonly and wrongly referred to as "riots." While the first march to commemorate the 1969 Stonewall Uprising was named "Christopher Street Liberation Day," organizers eventually renamed the commemoration "PRIDE'' in honor of the movement's origins in Los Angeles. Decades later, we join together at the Culver City Pride Ride and Rally to honor the many trailblazers who fought for their rights, and future progress in the fight against homophobia and transphobia in the United States.

Culver City Pride Ride & Rally is made possible by a 100% volunteer staff that relies on community donations to make this important event as fun and inclusive as possible. Please donate at through this year's community organization, Skate Hunnies LA,

the largest roller skate community in the Los Angeles area. Skate Hunnies LA promotes safer streets by organizing events that show that streets can be for the people by offering free community rides, skate lessons, and pop-up events.

To learn more about this year's Pride Ride and Rally, please visit Get ready to fly your rainbow flag, spread joy, and have a fun time on Saturday, June 29th. We look forward to seeing you there!



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