2019 Trans March | Dolores Park
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Dolores Park | 19th Street and Dolores Street, San Francisco, CA
Submitted by the Event Organizer
The San Francisco Trans March has been inspiring all trans and gender non-conforming people to realize a world where they are safe, loved, and empowered for 14 years.
Starting in Dolores Park, the march spotlights the rich and diverse transgender community of our city and lets their voices be heard.
2019 Trans March
Friday, June 28, 2019 | 11 am to 8 pm
Mission Dolores Park, 19th & Dolores St, SF
Trans rights and existence have been more intensely under attack since the election so it’s even more critical that every one gather this year to fight back, resist and celebrate. Make this a huge showing of how powerful and incredible each one is.
*Subject to change
- 11 am-2 pm: Youth & Elder Brunch (hosted by Lyric & Openhouse)
- 2-6 pm:
- Resource Fair (sponsors & vendors)
- Family Area (hosted by Our Family Coalition)
- Transformation Booth (hosted by San Francisco Community Health Center)
- Sephora joins Trans March to provide make overs and more…
- 3-6 pm: Stage Performers & Speakers featuring:
- Holy Old Man Bull- Invocation
- Shawn Demmons- Emcee
- Alejandra de la Vega- Emcee
- Norma Griyett, Miss Ella 2019- Emcee
- Nine Inch Males- Goth Drag King Boy Band
- Mikaela Marvel- vocalist
- Tania Dupree-vocalist
- Tajah J- vocalist
- Anjali Rimi & Dancers- Cultural Dance group
- Luis & Ngoc- Bachata Dance Duo
- Ladies of Asia SF- Cabaret dance group
- Sheena Rose- drag performer/vocallist
- 6-7:30 pm: Street March
The 2018 march route will once again weave from Dolores Park to Market Street, then down Market Street to Taylor (6th St.), and turn onto Taylor towards Turk where we honor our Trans history and landmark of the Compton’s Cafeteria Riots and Vicki Mar Lane. Please enjoy a short program of speakers before dispersing to the after parties!
- 7:30pm: Speakers at Turk & Taylor
Trolley Riders: The Trans March rents a classic street car that leads the march and provides seating for our elders and person’s who may need assistance. Sorry, our trolley is not wheelchair accessible.
Please note: Details are subject to change as they are being finalized. Check their Facebook event page for more information.
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