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The Women’s Freedom Art & Music Festival

The Women’s Freedom Art & Music Festival will take place on Sunday, October 20th, 2019 at Recreation Park in Long Beach. This annual event used to be called the Frida Kahlo Art Festival and it continues to evolve into something special. Executive director Chris Baldwin says the event is “a great day for LGBTQIA women and allies to come together to enlighten and inspire us all.”

The event is produced by the L-Project Los Angeles, a non-profit group which advances educational and social equality for women and girls through the arts and technology. This is an all-ages event which celebrates the power of the female spirit, so you are encouraged to bring your daughters and nieces for what promises to be a spectacular time for everyone!


The day will be filled with art, music, and keynote speakers, along with sponsor and vendor booths. Did we mention there will be prizes, too? Visit the website to claim your free tickets!

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