Unapologetically Queer.

Unapologetically Sacramanto.

No matter who you are, you'll find your people in Sacramento No matter who you are, you'll find your people in Sacramento

No matter who you are, you'll find your people in Sacramento

Visit Sacramento

Welcome to Sacramento, a California destination unlike any other for LGBTQ travelers. Here, we're all about our people. They're the ones who make and shape our queer community into one that invites you to not just visit, but to belong.

That's why every person in our Unapologetic campaign is a real member of the Sacramento community, defining unapologetic on their own terms: Empowered. Fabulous. Adventurous. Sporty. Creative. United.

This is LGBTQ Sacramento as we see and experience it every day—unapologetically.

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You'll laugh. You'll think. You'll find your people.

Meet The People

What makes our city a place like no other for queer people? What does it mean to be unapologetic? What's the one thing every LGBTQ traveler must try in Sacramento? Hear these answers and more from our city's LGBTQ leaders, visionaries, entertainers, movers, and shakers.

Lady Camden

Unapologetically Social

Lady Camden recommends: Revolution Winery

This social hotspot is one of approximately 200 wineries and vineyards in and around Sacramento.

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Melissa Muganzo

Unapologetically Theatrical

Melissa recommends: Fixins Soul Kitchen

Former NBA All-Star and Mayor of Sacramento Kevin Johnson and his wife, Michelle, founded this full-service restaurant, where comfort food and casual dining are infused with the spirit and flavors of African American culture.

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Adwoa Akyianu

Unapologetically Glam

Adwoa recommends: First Fridays in Oak Park

Every month, live music, food trucks, local art, and more transform the Oak Park corridor into a vibrant community festival.

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Samuel Jones

Unapologetically Sporty

Samuel recommends: Golden 1 Center

Home of the Sacramento Kings—for sports, concerts, and community events. Or the Old Sacramento Waterfront for shops, restaurants, museums, and Gold Rush-era history.

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Lauren Pulido

Unapologetically Transgender

Lauren recommends: A Seat at the Table Books

This queer-owned bookstore aims to “smash the kyriarchy,” the social system that perpetuates intersecting forms of privilege and oppression.

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Mari Dominguez and Chy Anzaldua

Unapologetically Queer-owned

Mari and Chy recommend: Les Tattoos

With its casual atmosphere of empowerment and support, this queer- and Latin-owned small business shatters the expectations of a traditional tattoo shop.

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Collin Lourenco

Unapologetically Fabulous

Collin recommends: Sacramento Pride March & Festival

These Pride Weekend events bring out the community for show-stopping entertainment, delicious cuisine, and an activism-driven march to the State Capitol.

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Steve Hansen

Unapologetically Political

Steve recommends: Solomon's

a queer- and woman-owned sandwich shop that combines traditional Jewish delicatessen fare with the flavors of international street food.

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Andrella Jones-Thomas

Unapologetically Adventurous

Andrella recommends: Levee Path Walking Trail

Outdoor enthusiasts can take on more than 2 dozen hiking trails in and around Sacramento.

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Tina Reynolds

Unapologetically Creative

Tina recommends: Capital Stage

A non-profit theater company that entertains with seven stage productions every year, along with concerts, holiday shows, special events, and workshops.

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Celine Callejon

Unapologetically Spicy

Celine recommends: Midtown Farmer's Market

At this open-air market, more than 200 vendors sell fresh goods, food, and produce sourced from the nation's Farm-to-Fork capital.

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Hayden Glenn

Unapologetically Fit

Hayden recommends: Queers & Allies Fitness

The first gym of its kind in Sacramento, Queers & Allies Fitness offers specialized training programs for queer people to level up their physical and mental wellness.

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