October Pride & Festivals


October 5,6 Santa Ana
Trans Pride OC 2021

October 10 Los Angeles
Autry National Center
Indigenous Pride LA

October 16 Livermore
Livermore Pridefest 2021


30 September – October 3 Long Beach
Qfilms LGBTQ Film Festival

October 1 – 17 San Francisco
San Francisco Latino Film Festival

October 6 – 16 Los Angeles
Celebration Theatre
OUTober: LGBTQIA+ Festival

October 9 Sacramento
Sacramento LGBT Community Center
National Trans Visibility March

October 23 Visalia
Pride Visalia 2021

October 1 – 23 San Francisco
The Marsh
Spanking MachineWritten/Performed by Marga Gomez
October 1 – 26 San Diego
Diversionary Theatre
One in Two
October 1 – December 4 Los Angeles
ONE National Gay & Lesbian Archives at the USC Libraries
Six (Linear) Feet [In-Person]
October 1 – January 2 New York
Leslie-Lohman Museum of Art
OMNISCIENT: Queer Documentation in an Image Culture
October 2 & 9 Los Angeles
Odyssey Theatre Ensemble
John Fleck's Musical Cabaret, IT'S ALIVE!
October 4 Los Angeles
The Criterion Channel
Stories of Resistance: Documentaries by Arthur Dong
October 6 West Hollywood
Brockus Project Dance Company
Race/Class/Gender- A Conversation in Dance
October 7 Manchester, UK
Cassils world premier of Human Measure (2021)
October 8 – November 7 San Francisco
New Conservatory Theatre Center
October 9 – 24
ONE Archives Foundation West Hollywood
Pride Publics: Words and Actions exhibit
October 10 Los Angeles
East LA Film Festival
October 11 Los Angeles
Celebrate International Coming Out Day
Rainbopedia’s Fall Frolic Benefit
October 13 Santa Barbara
Transmovimientos: Latinx Queer Migrations Bodies, and Spaces
October 16, 17 West Hollywood
Infinite Jest Theatre Company
Virtual Theatre – Gallathea
October 17 New York
AIDS Diva, Connie Norman
October 17 West Hollywood
"The Ache For Home"
October 22 – November 7 Los Angeles
CASA 0101 Theatre
Macha Theatre production of The Nun and the Countess by Odalys Nanin
October 23 Santa Ana
OC LGBT Center
A Magical Discovery at Twilight


The California LGBT Arts Alliance is funded in part by the California Arts Council, a state agency, the City of West Hollywood, the City of Los Angeles Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Los Angeles County Arts Commission.