The Pride Parade in Los Angeles is an action in support of a tolerant attitude towards lesbians, gays, bisexuals, and transgender people, as well as in defence of civil equality regardless of sexual orientation and gender identity. Every year it is visited by about 400,000 people. A three-hour parade takes place usually on Sunday at the end of LA Pride Week.
In addition to the actual procession, the event also includes a three-day festival program in West Hollywood Park. Guests can enjoy music and dance performances on several stages, exhibitions of artists, animated shows, fashion shows, food, drinks, and other entertainment. On Friday, the entrance to the festival is free, and on Saturday and Sunday tickets are required.