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SF Dyke March & Rally 2019 | Dolores Park

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Saturday, June 29, 2019 - All Day | Cost: FREE
Dolores Park | 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA


Join  the rally at Dolores Park and then a march through Castro Street back to Dolores Park. Enjoy the speeches, camaraderie, and the music of our many talented artists who will perform on the day.

The San Francisco Dyke March is an annual rally and march of upwards of 50,000 members of the LGBTQ community  on Pride weekend to bring SF’s dyke communities together with a strength of voice and remain politically conscious and visible.

Dyke March programming will begin at Dolores Park around 11 am. Typically will hear from local community activists, dance to the grooves of local DJs, sing along with some cool musical artists, and snap along with local poets. Afterwards a march takes places through the Mission and the Castro.

27th Annual San Francisco Dyke March
Saturday, June 29, 2019
– Rally 11 am to 5 pm
– March at 5 pm – returns to Dolores Park
Dolores Park, SF
FREE

Festival Map | Parade Route | View Updates on Facebook

This year marks the 27th Dyke March in San Francisco: where all dykes have the freedom for continued resistance. They call for all self-identified dykes (whatever that means to you) to march and be visible on June 29th.

Info for Allies: Allies are welcome to enjoy the rally in Dolores Park from 11am – 5pm But when the march begins, please support from the sidelines. How allies can support.

Except for the date, the details stated in this event was from 2018. Please note the 2019 full event details are not yet available. Please check their site for updates.


Event Details


Cost: FREE
Categories: **Annual Event**, *Top Pick*, Fairs & Festivals, Live Music, Pride, San Francisco, Top Annual Events, Walks & Tours
Address: 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA

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