Exclusive backyard gig for The Trevor Project

Friday 1st October 7:30 PM

411 S Hewitt St, Los Angeles, CA 90013 Downtown, Los Angeles

LGBT Rights Bring your own drink

FREE

Oct 1, 2021
Run of show
  • 7:30pmDoors Open
  • 8:00pmEvent Starts
  • 10:00pmDoors Close

Overview

Join us in a beautiful backyard in Los Angeles to raise money for The Trevor Project to support their work saving young LGBTQ lives.

What You Will Enjoy
🏡 An intimate music experience in a beautiful backyard.
🎶 Beautiful performances from amazing musicians that support The Trevor Projects's work.
❤️ An opportunity to meet the people doing good and making change happen in your community.
✔️ A fun, comfortable, and COVID safe environment.
🍾 This event is Bring Your Own drinks. No $15 cocktails here.

Event Safety
🌳 This is an open-air event.

💉 All event participants will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination or a negative PCR test result dated within 72 hours of the event at the door to gain entry. Please note: you will not be able to enter the event if you cannot provide this.

😷 We encourage everyone to wear a mask when indoors.

Location

Presented by

The Trevor Project

What to expect


Change starts with you. Be in the room, meet a stranger, make a friend. Turn up at the start, focus on the performers, stay for the whole show, and support the activist’s work.

You’ll see two amazing artists perform, with short breaks in between. The Presenting Activist will also speak on stage during the show about the change they’re working for.

Performing Artists

Azuah

I am a QTPOC musician from the SF Bay Area, have played many shows all over the country. My sound is soul/folk, stripped down sets are my bread and butter 👍🏽

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Fiona Grey

Named “Best Pop Artist in LA” 2018 by LA Weekly, Fiona Grey is on the frontier of a new range of the genre. It’s “the kind of lady pop that makes you want to leave the house without underwear on and make a mistake with a bad boy next summer,” according to Galore. Grey fascinates audiences with her theatrics, visual concepts, and lyrics that explore a culture under ever-changing beauty standards, predisposed to and obsessed with unrealistic societal dreams. Her messages are as much of a look outward as they are deeply introspective, carried by catchy, feel-good, obsess-worthy instrumentals.

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Event Venue

DTLA Arts District stand-alone. Adaptable and indestructible. Two giant roll up doors gives easy load in/load out access. Right in the heart of the Arts District.
Metered street parking
Free street parking
Wheelchair Accessible
Natural light
Close to public transportation
Nearby parking lot
Outdoor area