JoJo Siwa, MUNA To Perform At LA Pride In The Park

Ballroom will also return to the park with a competition between the hottest houses in LA.

LA Pride in the Park 2024 has just announced their star-studded lineup for June 8.

Grammy-Award winning Ricky Martin will headline this year, following in the footsteps of last year’s headliners Megan Thee Stallion and Mariah Carey. Lesbian pop band MUNA will also take the stage, along with Jojo Siwa, Tokischa, Adiv, Isaac Dunbar, and DJ Alex Chapman. The cast of Max’s We’re Here, including Sasha Velour, Latrice Royale, Jaida Essence Hall, and Priyanka, will make an appearance.

Ballroom will return to the park with a competition between the hottest houses in LA: House of Miyake-Mugler, Kiki House of Coochie, Kiki House of Vivienne Westwood, Kiki House of Fubu, and House of Tisci.

Along with the massive 80-foot Main Stage where all performances will take place, Pride in the Park also features the Sober Garden for those looking for alcohol-free fun as well as an 18+ Erotic City, which features vendors, demos, and appearances for the kink community.

For the first time this year, a Trans Lounge will be added to the park. This will be a fun and relaxing safe-space for trans and non-binary people. There will be house music and free gender-affirming giveaways. Allies will also be welcome.

The celebration will be joined by Los Angeles’ most esteemed professional sports teams for the first time. The LA Dodgers, LA Lakers, LA Rams, Angel City Football Club, and the Los Angeles Football Club will show their solidarity with the community and celebrate diversity. The teams can be joined in the Sports Zone for interactive games and activities.

“[It will] highlight the unifying power of sports and the strength found in pride,” LA Pride shares on their website. “This collaboration underscores the commitment of these organizations to inclusivity and equality, highlighting their role as powerful agents of positive change in our community.”

LA Pride in the Park is an all-ages celebration. Gates will open at 1pm at the Los Angeles State Historic Park.


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