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Lina in L.A.: L.A. PRIDE 

June 11, 2012
The GLBT community from West Hollywood and beyond came out in full force for Pride weekend in L.A., featuring the wet and wild addition of waterpark-themed dance party Summertramp. Saturday, headliner Lil Kim brought big crowds to the main stage and didn't disappoint with costume changes and a troupe of bodacious backup dancers. The ever-popular dance tent saw some equally hot moves, while information, merch, and food booths offered something to look at everywhere you turned... Of course, so did the wild, rainbow hued get-ups. All photos by Lina Lecaro.
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The GLBT community from West Hollywood and beyond came out in full force for Pride weekend in L.A., featuring the wet and wild addition of waterpark-themed dance party Summertramp. Saturday, headliner Lil Kim brought big crowds to the main stage and didn't disappoint with costume changes and a troupe of bodacious backup dancers. The ever-popular dance tent saw some equally hot moves, while information, merch, and food booths offered something to look at everywhere you turned... Of course, so did the wild, rainbow hued get-ups. All photos by Lina Lecaro.
Published on June 11, 2012
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