31st Annual AIDS Walk Los Angeles Day of Event Information: Schedule of Events

8:30 a.m.
Sign-In9:15 a.m.
Opening Ceremony10 a.m.
AIDS Walk Los Angeles Begins

AIDS Walk Los Angeles is 10 kilometers (6.2 miles). The Walk begins and ends in West Hollywood Park and usually takes about 2.5 hours to complete. Enter at Melrose Avenue and San Vicente Boulevard and walk north to General Sign-In.

Be sure to take part in the Quest Diagnostics AIDS Walk Scavenger Hunt while you walk!


Celebrity Guests

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Directions & Parking

We encourage all participants to use public transportation or carpool as there is limited parking available in the neighborhood around West Hollywood Park.

Public Transit

The following Los Angeles Metro bus lines stop near the entrance to the West Hollywood Park at Santa Monica and San Vicente: 704 and 4, San Vicente and Melrose: 705. Alternative drop off locations include Beverly and San Vicente:14, (which stops about 6 blocks from the park entrance at San Vicente and Melrose) as well as Sunset and Clark: 2,(which stops about 5 blocks from the park entrance at Santa Monica and San Vicente).

AIDS Walk Parking Locations

Please expect delays throughout the morning due to street closures, and plan to arrive at your parking destination one hour before anticipated venue arrival.
A parking shuttle will be available from 6:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Sunday. The shuttle pick-up locations are located at Third St. & S. Willaman Dr., and at Rangely Ave. & San Vicente Blvd.
AIDS Walk LA 2015 Parking Locations - Diversity News Magazine

 


Maps

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Created and produced by MZA Events. AIDS Walk Founder/Senior Organizer: Craig R. Miller © MZA Events, 2015

Editor’s Note: Diversity News Magazine is a proud media partner for the fifth year in a row of AIDS Walk Los Angeles benefiting AIDS Project Los Angeles. For more information visit http://diversitynewsmagazine.com/

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