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By Sharon Grace
June 11, 2010
The biggest party of LA Pride returns this year to the historic backlot of Paramount Studios at Wonderland. Beneath the stars, a dance event of gigantic proportions. DJ Manny Lehman and DJ Wayne G (U.K.) Fireworks right above your head. Aerialists. Carnival rides. Surprise performances. Go-go boys four stories above you. More than 3500 people dancing and celebrating on a night unlike any you have ever experienced, all for a great cause -- a portion of proceeds benefit AIDS Project Los Angeles.
Sat. June 12, from 7 PM -- 3 AM at Paramount Studios backlot, 780 North Gower Street.
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