Queer Dyke March After Party

How do I purchase a pre-sale ticket?

You can grab your discounted general pre-sale ticket here. Once pre-sales sell out, $25 (cash only) tickets are available at the door.

What does each ticket level mean?

WILD THINGS Fan Club Tix $10: This super discounted tickets were reserved for attendees who are a part of our email list. This pre-sale ticket guarantees you admission into the event until 11 pm and entry through the pre-sale ticket line. No ins and outs after 9 pm! All sales are final. Wanna be on the email list for upcoming events? Sign up Here

DEEP QUEER Discounted Pre-Sale Tickets $15: This discounted ticket guarantees you admission into the event until 11 pm and entry through the pre-sale ticket line. No ins and outs after 9 pm! All sales are final.

HEY HOMO General Pre-sale Ticket $20: This ticket guarantees you admission into the event until 11 pm and entry through the pre-sale ticket line. No ins and outs after 9 pm! All sales are final.

WAY GAY VIP TIX $40: This ticket guarantees you into the event all night, entry through the VIP line, a free glass of champagne and entry into our amazing raffle. This is a great option for folks who hate waiting in line and like to arrive fashionably late and still want to guarantee their entry! All sales are final.

Pre-sale tickets are sold out, does that mean the event is sold out?

No way! We love you too much and wanna party with you. We’ll be selling general admission to our event all night long. If you did not purchase a pre-sale ticket,  you’ll head to the line labeled “cash”  after arriving at the venue—and yes, that means cash only. We highly recommend you and your pals arrive early to avoid waiting in line.

Where do I stand in line?

There will be 3 lines the night of the event.

Far Right (along the fence): is where all attendees with a pre-sale ticket will go.

Middle Line:  This is the cash line. If you didn’t purchase a pre-sale, this is where you will go. Don’t forget to hit the ATM!

Far Left: This is an express line reserved for WAY GAY VIP ticket holders, guest list, performers, DJS, hosts and staff only.

What’s the deal with no ins & outs?

Due to capacity restrictions, there will be no ins and outs after 9p.This policy ensures that you’ll be able to party and not miss any of the amazing acts we have lined up for the evening!

What’s up with Happy Hour?

Happy hour is our 2 hours warm up. Come early to celebrate your pride with us in the sun with food vendors in the large outdoor food area. You can also buy some gay swag at Otherwild’s first ever SF pop-up shop, get pride nail art by SF Party Nails, relax with a free chair massage, enjoy a free Sapporo beer (One per guest, for first 100 guests), and get your next profile picture in our open air photo booth + more.

Will there be food at the event?

Eight hours of partying require all the snacks. Food Vendors are located in the outside area when you first walk into the event will have 2 tasty food vendors who will be serving food all night long. Get Southeast Asian Street Fare from Sup! Street Food or tacos at El Tonayense with an outside non-alcoholic bar.

Is Public Works wheelchair accessible?

Yes, Public works are wheelchair accessible. Elevator to the loft is located to the left of the main bar downstairs.

Is it too late to become a sponsor or partner?

No way! We are always looking for businesses, brands, and entrepreneurs to partner with. Reach out to us at wildthingspride@gmail.com and let’s brainstorm opportunities!


We highly suggest walking, biking, taking a cab or using a car service of your choice. We are also located 2 blocks from the 16th St. Bart in the Mission and one block from 14 Mission bus stop.  


Public Works is located in the Mission District, San Francisco at 161 Erie Street (off Mission St. between Duboce & 14th st.) San Francisco, Ca 94103

Who is the Wild Things beneficiary for 2017?

We are proud to be donating a portion of the event's proceeds to TGI Justice Project.  

Find out more about them HERE.




We are wild, unapologetically queer, and we can’t be tamed.

The SF Dyke march has a rich history of resilience and resistance. Our mission for this event is to honor that legacy while also acknowledging the fraught political climate and the importance of putting community members, who are often left out of mainstream conversations, to the front. 

We believe that establishing fun, safe, and inclusive spaces lead to essential and powerful community building.  We not only strive to create space, we also give back to our community by donating a portion of our proceeds to organizations that are doing important social justice work on a local and national level. 

This year a portion of our proceeds will benefit: