The 2023 AALA Roundup
Get ready for an unforgettable experience at this year’s AALA Roundup, where we’re embracing the theme of “Rule 62: Don’t take yourself too damn seriously.” This three-day event promises to be a celebration of recovery, friendship, and self-discovery, where attendees can get inspired, have fun, and connect with others in a welcoming and inclusive space.
The iconic Pacific Design Center and the new West Hollywood ARC Complex at West Hollywood Park will set the stage for a weekend of powerful speaker meetings, thought-provoking workshops, and inspiring keynote speakers in the state-of-the-art Silver Screen Theater at the Pacific Design Center. But that’s just the beginning.
This Year's Theme
With the theme of “Don’t take yourself too damn seriously” in mind, we’ve planned a range of fun and engaging peer-led activities, including games, yoga sessions, and a first-ever rooftop party at the Pacific Design Center, where you can take in the breathtaking views of the Los Angeles skyline and dance the night away with your fellows.
And of course, we can’t forget the legendary AALA Musical and Miss AALA Drag Show, where the community’s most talented performers will take the stage to entertain and inspire. This year’s theme encourages us to let go of our inhibitions and embrace the joy and humor that comes with recovery.
Whether you’re a first-time attendee or a returning member, the AALA Roundup is the perfect opportunity to connect with others who share your experiences, and support each other in our journeys towards a fulfilling sober life. So don’t take yourself too damn seriously, and join us for a weekend of laughter, connection, and inspiration. Register now and let the magic begin!
Win Big in the 50/50 raffle
Win big when you support AALA! The winner will receive half (50%) of the total raised from all 50/50 raffle ticket sales and the other half will benefit the AALA Roundup.
50/50 raffle tickets are available for purchase online only from January 1, 2023 until 12pm PT on Sunday, May 28, 2023.
our committment to safety
Our priority is the health and safety of all those who attend the AALA Roundup. As such, we will employ onsite health and safety protocols that adhere to current CDC guidelines and the Los Angeles County Public Health Order, including recommended mask wearing, and expanded availability of hand sanitizing stations.