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SF Dyke March 2015: The Women’s Pride Festival | Dolores Park

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Saturday, June 27, 2015 - 11:00 am to 4:00 pm | Cost: FREE*
*Typically the march is only women, with supporters encouraged to cheer from the sidelines.

Dolores Park | 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA



SF Dyke March 2015: The Womens Pride Festival | Dolores Park

The annual San Francisco Dyke March is a gathering of close to 200,000 lesbians, women, and supportive men intended to be a precursor to the wider LGBT Pride events, but it is its own separate celebration.

The rally begins at Dolores and 18th Streets with a full DJ lineup, followed by a giant march typically with an unofficial contingent of Dykes on Bikes leading the way to the The Pink Party in the Castro.

SF Dyke March 2015: The Womens Pride Festival | Dolores Park23rd Annual San Francisco Dyke March
Saturday, June 27, 2015 | 11am Rally; 3:30 pm March
Dolores Park, SF
FREE

2015 San Francisco Dyke March Line Up:

  • 11 am: Opening Prayer: BAAITS/MC SoulOFlows (SoulOFlows will MC through the Dyke March Dolores Park Event)
  • 11:10 am: DJ Balthazar spins
  • 12:05 pm: DJ Miss Pop
  • 1 pm: DJ China G
  • 2 pm: DJ G Star
  • 3:10 pm: Speaker
  • 3:30 pm: Start March: Line up on Dolores St. Northbound at 18th. Route has changed slightly-east on 17th, north on Valencia, west on 16th, and end at The Pink Saturday Party.

Typically the march is only women, with supporters encouraged to cheer from the sidelines.

Please note, schedules and details can change. Check the Dyke March facebook page for the latest updates.


Links: Event details

Cost: FREE*

*Typically the march is only women, with supporters encouraged to cheer from the sidelines.

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Address: 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA

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