You must first submit an inquiry in order to tour any of the Center’s facilities. The Center is an active campus serving a large number of clients and members of the community, therefore some spaces are inaccessible to the public at set times. You may find more information and photos on our virtual tour here.

The Los Angeles LGBT Center is an active campus and some areas are open community spaces. Some spaces can be made private upon request, but this is not always guaranteed and depends on the time/day of your booking. Some spaces are more suited to private events than others, please discuss with the Center events team if you have concerns about public access to your event.

Smoking is not permitted throughout the entire facility including sidewalks along the length of each building, as well as the burning of any candles, incense, or other flammable items.

Yes. If you are planning to serve alcoholic beverages, the event must comply with California’s Alcoholic Beverage Control (“A.B.C.”) policies, including proper licensing for the sale of alcoholic beverages. Donation-based and open bar events do not require a liquor license. With any sale of alcohol the renter is responsible for obtaining a liquor license.

We allow a 14-day grace period from when your Booking Agreement is signed for any cancellations without penalty. All bookings require a deposit of 30% of your booking total upon confirmation. If you choose to cancel your booking past the 14-day grace period, your original 30% deposit will be forfeited.

Yes. There is limited underground parking available at the Anita May Rosenstein Campus depending on the time of your event. All facilities are within walking distance from the underground parking garage with half of our spaces accessible directly from the garage via elevator or stairs. Parking can be included in your event rental upon request.

Yes! You may view our list of preferred vendors here, but we do not have any exclusive agreements with vendors.

Yes. Most facilities available for rent are ADA-compliant. The only exception being the stage and dressing room at the Renberg Theatre. The stage at Renberg is ADA-accessible through the backstage ramp, and an ADA-accessible dressing room is available inside the Village as an alternative.

Unfortunately only service animals are allowed on the premises.

During the week, spaces at the Center are available to rent starting from 7 a.m. up until 11 p.m. On Fridays and Saturdays until 12 a.m. This includes the event’s setup and breakdown time. Late access beyond these hours are assessed on a case-by-case basis depending on the nature of the event. Please contact your Center Event Manager for more information.

Most of our spaces are accessible from the street and have wide gates or doors along the front to fit large furniture or equipment. The Rooftop at the Campus has a standard 6×6’ elevator leading directly from street level and the underground parking garage.

Yes. The Center provides a limited number of banquet and event furniture including but not limited to: tables, chairs, podiums, stanchions, bars, etc. Audio/Visual equipment depends on the space you request, but portable equipment is available to fit your needs. Full inventory list available upon request.

The Center provides its own security to ensure the safety of your event and guests. If you have specific safety concerns please discuss them with your Center event manager. Otherwise the necessary amount of security personnel will be scheduled for your event based on the quantity of patrons attending. Any additional security personnel required for large events will be invoiced as a Facilities Fee on your event invoice.

1) After you submit your inquiry, we will get back to you within 1-3 business days depending on availability, and set up an initial meeting with you to discuss your event and tour the space (if needed). You are welcome to utilize our internal services or make your own arrangements. The center offers full scale event planning, management, and catering–from ideation through execution.

2) After that meeting, we will send you a proposal and initial quote outlining your specific request for you to consider. If you wish to proceed with the booking, we will provide you with an invoice and booking agreement.

3) Upon signing of the Booking Agreement, we request a 30% deposit of your invoice total, with the remainder of your balance to be paid by the start of your event. All bookings have a 14-day grace period from the signing of the Booking Agreement for you to make any changes or cancellations that may arise without penalty.