WeHo hosting 3rd annual Pride Pickleball Tournament


The City of West Hollywood is teaming up with Tennacity to present its third annual Pride Pickleball Tournament, a highlight of this year’s WeHo Pride month celebrations. The event will be held on Saturday, June 8, and Sunday, June 9, 2024, at Plummer Park and West Hollywood Park, with matches scheduled from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. each day.

Plummer Park’s pickleball courts are situated at the north end, near Fountain Avenue, while West Hollywood Park features its courts atop the five-story parking structure’s rooftop.

The tournament is open to players of all skill levels, with doubles events slated for Saturday and singles and mixed doubles competitions set for Sunday. Participants can expect an enriching experience complete with special guest speakers, live music, and a variety of vendor booths. Each registered player will receive a Pride-themed goodie bag, and the top three finishers in each division will be awarded unique medals commemorating the Pride Pickleball Tournament.

Interested participants are urged to register by the deadline on June 4, 2024, at 11:59 p.m. Registration details and additional information are available at www.tennacity.com/pickleball.

For those looking to explore more about local recreational facilities, details about the city’s pickleball and tennis courts can be found at www.weho.org/community/recreation-services/pickleball and www.weho.org/community/recreation-services/tennis.


WeHo Pride month, running through June 30, will feature an array of events including the free WeHo Pride Street Fair from May 31 through June 2, showcasing diverse LGBTQ community groups. The fair will offer free entertainment on two stages, numerous informational and vendor booths, the Women’s Freedom Festival, the annual Dyke March, and the free Friday Night at OUTLOUD. Ticketed events such as OUTLOUD at WeHo Pride music festival and the Supertramp dance stage will also take place over the weekend, culminating in the much-anticipated WeHo Pride Parade. The festivities will continue with the WeHo Pride Arts Festival from June 14-16.

For comprehensive details about WeHo Pride, including an interactive map outlining event locations, road closures, and more, visit www.wehopride.com. Updates are also regularly posted on Instagram and Facebook @wehopride.

For further inquiries about the Pride Pickleball Tournament, please contact Dana AlHaddad, the City of West Hollywood’s Recreation Coordinator, at (323) 848-6511 or via email at [email protected].

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Cy Husain
22 days ago

Pickleball noise is causing many in the LA area to really complain about it, presenting many opportunities for some real fun. Pickleball is more than twice as loud as tennis in 70 decibel range but, at a much higher frequency when played with a plastic ball with holes like a wiffle ball. If you replace it with a metallic ball with holes, the noise is well over 100 decibels at an even higher resonance frequency

Steve Martin
Steve Martin
23 days ago

It has been great to see new residents being attracted to Plummer Park as a result of Pickleball. Thank you Andrew Soloman for your tireless efforts to bring Pickleball to West Hollywood.

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