She Fest

ABOUT US

She Fest kicks off San Diego’s Pride Week virtually with live music, games and activities, workshops, vendors, and community connections. In 2020, we’ve gone virtual — while retaining everything that makes She Fest so special! 

She Fest is a woman-centered event that celebrates and supports the talents and contributions of women while fostering meaningful connections within and between the LGBTQ+ and larger San Diego communities.

Building on second wave feminism’s creed of “the personal is political,” we are guided by principles of intersectional feminism: we recognize that while all women experience oppression, we also all experience oppression in varying forms based on race, class, gender, sexuality, dis/ability, etc. We want everyone at She Fest to feel supported, included, and represented. She Fest is intentionally inclusive of transgender women, nonbinary people, intersex people, and gender nonconforming folks. We welcome any community member of any gender identity or sexuality that feels at home with “she” and wants to help us celebrate what “she” means to them.

She Fest 2020

Thank you for tuning into She Fest! We had over 18,000 people join us.

There’s still time to relive She Fest 2020 by click on the links below.

She Fest Resources for Anti-Racism Work

Click here to watch on Facebook

Click here to watch on YouTube

She Fest Planning Committee

She Fest is 100% volunteer run. If you’re interested in joining our planning committee as a volunteer, please contact Stacy at [email protected]

She Fest 2020 Virtual 

She Fest 2020 In-Person 

She Fest 2019

She Fest 2018

She Fest 2017

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Donate

Help She Fest expand and continue to foster community and support for LGBTQ+ women in San Diego by donating. 100% of your donation will go to She Fest and its events and programs.

If you have group photos of the previous She Fest Committees, please share them with [email protected] — thank you!

Donate

Provide free women-centered programming that fosters meaningful connections within and between the LGBTQ+ and larger San Diego communities.