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Horror in Color's Pride Celebration 'Pride or Die' Returns

On Saturday, June 24th, Horror in Color’s unique celebration of Horror and LGBTQIA+ identity returns even bigger and better for 2023. From 4pm - 9:30pm, Pride or Die will bring together a mini-marketplace of Queer-owned Horror vendors that range from baked goods to hand-painted crafts. The free festivities will include art installations, photo ops, health resources, and dazzling performances from Tik Tok sensation Major and Lights Out. Afro Horror is joining in on the fun with a live podcast from the Social Ripple Effect stage. All of this is happening as immersive art studio Media Pollution opens their doors to the public for the first time.

Health resources will include free HIV testing, MPOX vaccinations, and more courtesy of Aids Healthcare Foundation Pharmacy and Children’s Hospital Los Angeles.

“Collaboration is key to doing good for our community, and this year our partners have empowered us to do good on a much bigger scale,” shared Horror in Color Co-Founder Ivan Daniel Luna.

Guests must RSVP to get their complimentary tickets at See event details below for reference.


SAT JUN 24TH, 4PM - 9:30PM

@ MEDIA POLLUTION 3816 Medford St, Los Angeles, CA 90063

Horror in Color is a growing platform painting the Horror genre with colors of intersectional diversity, inclusion and equity. They aim to make the genre accessible to all, especially women, People of Color, LGBTQIA+, and people with disabilities. Notable guests range from American Horror Story’s Angelica Ross to music trailblazer Tinashe.


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