Redding LGBTQ+ Pride Week

NorCal OUTreach Project presents Redding LGBTQ+ Pride Week 2017! This year’s Pride is the biggest and loudest ever! September 16th through September 23rd we will be Standing Strong Together to celebrate love, hope and community.


Light It Up With Pride! Walk the Sundial Bridge in Rainbow!

Saturday and Sunday, September 16th & 17th |  8 p.m. – 10 p.m.

*Saturday’s event also includes a concert with local performers and speakers

View the Facebook event here.


1st Annual Redding LGBTQ+ Film Festival

Friday, September 22nd | 4:30 p.m. – 9:30 p.m.  | Old City Hall  |  1313 Market Street

Presale tickets available at Tickets will also be available at the door. View the Facebook event here.


*The 1st Annual LGBTQ+ Film Festival is partially funded by a grant from California Humanities and the McConnell Foundation.

7th Annual Redding LGBTQ+ Pride Festival & March

Saturday, September 23rd | 12 p.m. – 5 p.m. | Redding City Hall’s Sculpture Park | 777 Cypress Ave

*Pride March starts at noon

View the Facebook event here.

Live Entertainment by Premonition, Delaney, Adam Ferris, DJ Jynx, Dick Sorenson, Scott Lewis, Formation Dance Company, and Whimsical Freakshow!

Over 60 vendors and exhibitors. Food by Starbucks, Rico’s Tacos, Gnarly Deli, Randy’s Hot Dogs, Ultimate Pizza. Beer and wine booth provided by All Star Sports Bar.

This year’s Pride Week is generously sponsored by Hill Country Clinic, Planned Parenthood, Legal Services of Northern California, Youth & Family Programs, 530 Collective, Ultimate Pizza, Stonewall Alliance Center of Chico, Starbucks, Market Street Uniforms, Shasta Trinity Tehama ACLU, Oliview Farms, Metro PCS, Pilgrim Congregational Church, Women’s Health Specialists, First Christian Church, Flow Community Acupuncture, First United Methodist Church, Dr. Robin Rasmussen, The Center for Spiritual Living, and Carnegies.

Pride March sign making will be available at the NorCal OUTreach LGBTQ+ Center at 1708 Placer Street during our regular support group times:

  • Rainbow Café (adults 18+) | Monday, September 18th | 5:30 p.m. - 7:30 p.m.  View the Facebook event here. 
  • GenderQuest (Transgender group – ages 18+) | Tuesday, September 19th | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.  View the Facebook event here.
  • LGBTQ+ Youth Drop In (ages 13-17) | Wednesday, September 20th | 6:00 p.m. – 8:00 p.m. View the Facebook event here.
  • Sober Pride - In Honor of Recovery Happens Month | Saturday, September 23rd | 8:00 p.m. – 10 p.m.  View the Facebook event here.

For more information go to, call 530-949-6267, or email

Happy Pride!

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3 Responses

  1. James Santos says:

    How amazing to see such progress in Redding.
    Have a great week, celebrate freedom and each other!

  2. Richard Christoph says:

    Kudos to the organizers of what looks to be a very informative and entertaining week. Well done.

  3. Tim says:

    In 2014 the city spent $80,000 to upgrade the Sundial’s lighting to be able to do things like this (that sum is just a fraction of the $70+ million the city has so far spent in support of this “free” bridge).

    You won’t see conservative events utilizing this feature anytime soon: the city’s official policy, set by the liberally compensated Democrat Kim Niemer, states that these lights are not to be used in support of free speech:

    “Lighting of the Sundial Bridge promotes holidays and other public events of community significance. In adopting this policy, the City of Redding does not intend to create a public forum for purposes of the exercise of the right to speech. Any request for the lighting of the Sundial Bridge must meet the criteria that the communication intended by the lighting represents a community, rather than individual, message furthering the public health, safety and welfare.”

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