Californication will be in full effect for Blackout 24, the Men of ONYX’s bi-annual leather run that will take place in Los Angeles, CA from Oct. 10 – 13, 2019 at the Hilton Glendale. There will be breakout sessions that will educate, explore and empower your mind; a bar crawl that will give you a glimpse into the Los Angeles leather community; an infamous ONYX dance that will leave you dripping with perspiration; a play party that will satisfy your innermost hunger for kink; a fireside chat with one of ONYX’s original founding fathers that will touch on past, present and the future of ONYX; and an AGM/awards brunch that will highlight growth, and recognize some of our outstanding members. There is no better way to top off your Columbus Day a.k.a. Indigenous People’s Day weekend. Yes, you read that correctly. ONYX Southwest is going back to tradition with Blackout 24 in 2019.
Hotel Booking: Visit https://blackout.onyxmen.com/ for more details..
*It is recommended you arrive on Thursday, October 10th and stay through Monday, October 14th to maximize your Blackout 24 experience.
Event Activities Include:
Event Registration & Kickoff Party in the ONYX Hospitality Suite
Bar Crawl to Some of Los Angeles’s Most Well Known Leather Bars
An Infamous ONYX Dance, Blackout Style
ONYX TEACH Breakout Sessions (Educate—Explore—Empower)
An Exciting Evening at Sanctuary LAX
AGM/Brotherhood Fellowship Brunch
Several Cocktail Hours
And so much more!
This is a Blackout you don’t want to miss. In addition to all that we have planned, Los Angeles is a city that’s bursting with things to do. It is the center of the nation’s film and television industry. Check out its iconic Hollywood sign, studios (Paramount Pictures, Universal and Warner Brothers that offer behind-the-scenes tours). Also, Hollywood Boulevard is the center of attractions featuring the TCL Chinese Theater displays celebrities’ hand and footprints, the El Capitan Theater, the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Ripley’s Believe It or Not, the Wax Museum and a whole lot more. If that isn’t enough there are many sandy beaches such as Santa Monica Beach, Malibu Beach, Venice Beach, and Huntington Beach to name a few. If beaches aren’t your thing we’ve plenty of hiking trails with breathtaking views such as Fryman Canyon, Runyon Canyon Park, Elysian Park, Griffith Park (where you can also see the Griffith Observatory and the Hollywood Sign) and the Canyon Drive Trail to name a few. Be here or miss out on the beauty that is Los Angeles.