Red Dress Party San Diego is a celebration that raises awareness and funds for organizations that serve the local HIV/AIDS community; but not your typical fundraising gala, this event is so much more.
Red Dress Party San Diego is a night of music and dancing mixed with charity and fun, where all attendees – and we mean everyone – is required to wear a red dress, regardless of gender identity or sexual orientation. This serves both as a powerful sign of solidarity and compassion for those affected by HIV/AIDS and a way to unite the crowd in one radiant theme. At this unique celebration we invite everyone to be brave, let loose, and celebrate impact.
RDPSD 2018 will take place at the Port Pavilion on Broadway Pier. Upon arrival, attendees can be dropped off directly at the front doors of the venue. You will then enter into the Main Foyer — a space that is normally used for cruise ship registration, so an ideal area for guest check in.
The main party will take place in the Pavilion, a 15,000 square foot mega-space that is ALL ONE LEVEL with room for 1,000 attendees. This Pavilion features 40-foot tall ceilings and massive windows that give views to the San Diego Bay. On the back end of the Pavilion are oversized roll-up doors that open to the View Court — a large outdoor space right on the water. Guests can expect all their favorites, such as live entertainment, DJs, photo booths, on-site HIV testing, and a night of celebration and impact.
This year we aim to raise $30,000; however, we have a stretch goal of $42,000 to make our combined, four-year donation to the San Diego HIV/AIDS community over $100,000! Here are ways you can help get us to our goal and stretch goal: