Livermore Pride is buggin’ out to bring back our groovy annual Festival on October 16th, 2021! October is LGBTQ+ History Month and nifty for an outdoor event in the East Bay. Jeepers creepers, the last year+ has been incredibly hard for us all (what a bummer!) and we believe that taking care of our community also means spreading joy during what has been a challenging year for us all. Let’s make it outta sight!
Mark your calendar for a full afternoon of outdoor, socially distanced entertainment including live performances from CHEER SF, drag show with Charity Kase & Ava LaShay and friends, a Pooch Parade to compete for the title “Proudest Pup”, and several other local performing artists for a full afternoon of entertainment.
There’s something for everyone at this all ages, all identities event - it’s gonna be what’s happening!
Plus nearly 100 local sponsors and merch & food vendors ranging from LGBTQ+, BIPOC, and ally businesses that you can get down with.
The show starts at 12:00 PM, so do yourself a solid and arrive a little early to get ready to get your groove on.
Wanna sling your wares at Pride Fest, and are an LGBTQ+, BIPOC, or Ally business? Reach out to firstname.lastname@example.org to get set up sound as a pound.
Here’s the skinny: In order to keep our community as safe as possible during this devastating pandemic, here are the event rules, guidelines, and other important information about Livermore Pride 2021:
Masks are required at all-times except for performers during their performance, or while eating or drinking. Eating and drinking should be done stationary, not walking around the event.
We ask that all attendees, performers, and vendors that are eligible (e.g. attendees over 12) are fully vaccinated against COVID-19. The LGBTQ+ community has a long history of fighting disease. We are doing everything we can to ensure our community stays healthy and safe.
We are asking all vendors to have as quick and contact-less as possible payment methods available at vendor booths
Hand sanitizer will be easily accessible throughout the event area
We may have an onsite temperature check when you arrive. If we do have a contactless temperature system, attendees agree to use this before entering, and may be asked to wear a sticker indicating the temp check.
We will be monitoring California and Alameda County guidelines and may add or change restrictions or requirements based on the guidelines at the time of the event