QueerX is a one-of-a-kind festival celebrating the world of brilliant digital content, created by and for the global queer community. QueerX is the intersection of music, film and industry. Inclusive of all identities, the festival pushes boundaries the same way our community does by fostering connection and empowering queer voices.
Originally founded as Out Web Fest in 2016, QueerX breaks the mold of other festivals by giving prominence to honest and unfiltered digital short-form storytelling . Beyond screenings, this unique festival also invites cutting edge musicians to showcase their sound through live performances including panels with top industry experts, providing ample opportunity to meet future collaborators and build professional relationships. QueerX aims to create a space where artists, industry professionals and enthusiasts alike can connect while exploring the future of queer entertainment.
QueerX will be held May 31st - June 2nd in West Hollywood, California. The festival kicks off Friday night with an exclusive industry party and concert at the iconic Whisky A Go Go with the following 2019 line-up:
Brooke Candy & her special guests
DJ Lina Bradford
+ A Surprise Artist making her first LA concert appearance.
QueerX continues Saturday and Sunday at the London Hotel West Hollywood with its competition screenings and industry panels, concluding with the Revry Visibility Awards and closing night party.
Our annual Powerhouse Industry Pitchfest (PIP) will give creators the rare opportunity to pitch projects one-on-one to top producers and production companies. Powerhouse Industry Pitchfest ticket holders will also receive access to QueerX screenings and panels for that day. (Note - Only 20 PIP tickets available each day.)
*Only the first 100 people to purchase Weekend Passes to the festival will get access to the opening night exclusive industry party and concert with special musical guests to be announced soon!
Guests must be 21+ to attend the Opening Night Exclusive Industry Party.
Tickets are non-refundable.