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Day-of-Event Information

Day-of-Event Videos and Photos

Walkers are ready to get started on the route!

LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis, CEO of APLA Health, Craig E. Thompson, and Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti

Estelle sings "Conqueror"

Longtime AIDS Walk supporter and star of NCIS, Pauley Perrette

From left to right: Mayor Eric Garcetti, Councilmember Paul Koretz, Supervisor Hilda Solis,
Councilmember Paul Krekorian, AIDS Walk Founder Craig R. Miller, his mother Marsha Miller,
and Assemblymember Adrin Nazarian rejoice at the start of a successful AIDS Walk Los Angeles!

Team Delta: ready to fly!

A little help to get started...

Groove3 gets the crowd warmed up and ready to walk.

Star Walkers enjoy breakfast at the grand Forecourt of L.A.City Hall.

Volunteers stand ready to serve thousands of walkers!

For your convenience, all Day-of-Event Information you will need is listed below.
You can also view the Day-of-Event flyer here.

Schedule of Events

Where: Grand Park in Downtown Los Angeles!

When: Sunday, October 23

8:30 a.m. Sign-In
9:15 a.m. Opening Ceremony
10 a.m. AIDS Walk Los Angeles Begins!

12 p.m. Post-Walk Music and Food Truck Festivities at Splash Fountain and Performance Lawn, featuring the Downtown Divas of Drag Show

What: AIDS Walk Los Angeles is a 10-kilometer (6.2-mile) fundraising walk to fight HIV/AIDS, and usually takes about 2.5 hours to complete. Register today to join us for an inspiring and memorable day!

Who: Celebrity guests, musical artists, elected officials, AIDS activists, and thousands of caring people like you.
Help create the biggest AIDS Walk Los Angeles photo collection ever!
Download the FREE MemoryBox App from the Apple App Store
Sign up with promo code "AW16"


Special Guests

Elected Officials
Los Angeles Mayor
Eric Garcetti
Los Angeles County Supervisor
Hilda Solis

Musical Performances by
India Carney
The Voice

Celebrity Guests
Stephanie Corneliussen
Mr. Robot
Pauley Perrette
Peter Gallagher
Law and Order: SVU
Bebe Wood
The Real O'Neals
Mary Hollis Inboden
The Real O'Neals
Jenna Ortega
Jane the Virgin
Downtown Divas of Drag
stars from RuPaul’s Drag Race

Hosted by
Michelle Visage
The Queens
Delta Work LaGanja Estranja
Latrice Royale Cynthia Lee Fontaine Morgan McMichaels
Maps and Parking Information
Go Metro! Grand Park is easily accessible via the Red and Purple lines to the Civic Center/Grand Park station.

Plenty of free parking will be available to AIDS Walk participants at Bank of America Center, 333 South Hope St. 
Turn right from Temple St. heading southbound on Grand Ave., turn right on 3rd St., and cross Hope St. to enter garage.
Recommended paid lots:
California Plaza II    Wells Fargo Center    Classic Lots off Olive St.
351 S. Olive St.
Access Olive Street
from 1st St. or 4th St.

330 South Hope St.
Turn right from Temple St.
heading southbound on 
Grand Ave.,
turn right on 3rd St.,

left on Hope, and enter garage on left.
131 S. Olive St.
From Hope St.,
head eastbound on 1st St.

and turn right on Olive.
Lots are available at 131 S. Olive St.
and directly across the street.

Parking for People with Disabilities
ADA-accessible parking is available at the Music Center (135 N Grand Avenue). Enter on Grand Ave using Temple (garage access only on Grand Ave). Please display Disabled Person Parking Placard or license plate upon 
We also recommend reserving parking in advance with SpotHero, a parking reservation service that connects drivers to discounted, convenient parking!
Visit the AIDS Walk Los Angeles SpotHero Parking page or download the SpotHero app to find and reserve parking, and enter promo code LAWALK for an extra $5 off. For every car booked through this service, SpotHero will donate $2 to AIDS Walk Los Angeles!

Venue Map

Route Map

Grand Avenue will be open on the southbound lanes from Temple to 2nd St.
to allow access to the Music Center Parking Garage and all matinees. 
Head eastbound on Temple and turn right on Grand to enter the garage.

Brunch Recommendations

Craving a Sunday brunch post-Walk? DTLA has delicious spots for you. Here are our recommendations:



Bar Ama

118 W. 4th St.
Tex-Mex comfort food with an upscale twist


114 E 2nd St
New American dishes paired with creative cocktails in a historic setting

Bäco Mercat

408 S. Main St.
Spanish-fusion fare by Josef Centeno


118 E 6th St.
Landmark saloon known for French dip sandwiches and classic cocktails

Clifton's Cafeteria

648 S. Broadway
Historic restaurant in a kitschy/retro and multilevel space

Grand Central Market

317 S. Broadway
Newly renovated historic market hosting high quality food vendors from every corner of the globe

Nickel Diner

524 S. Main St.
Modern takes on diner classics

Preux & Proper

840 S. Spring St.
NOLA-inspired eats and an open-air patio

L.A. Chapter at The Ace Hotel

927 S. Broadway
Inspired American dishes at the world-class Ace hotel

Bottega Louie

700 S. Grand Ave.
Pizzas, pastas and small plates in a bright, bustling space, plus macarons to-go 

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