Last Chance for Halloweenie 2013

10.24.2013

By Out.com Editors

The event is a benefit for the Gay Men's Chorus of LA's Alive Music Project

There are no looky-loos at Fred and Jason’s 8th Annual Halloweenie. Costume is required. One of L.A.'s best queer events of the season again benefits GMCLA’s Alive Music Project is once again honored to be this year’s beneficiary.

Tickets are still available here, but probably not for long. The ticket gives you access to open bars, top-notch DJs, and all the ogling of hot bodies in tiny tight costumes you can handle. This year's location is the famed Los Angeles Theatre, the ornate movie palace in downtown Los Angeles.

Previous years' celebrity guests included Adam Lambert, Lance Bass, Marissa Winokur, Rose McGowan, Neil Patrick Harris, and Drew Barrymore.

The party benefits the Alive Music Project (AMP) which visits thousands of Los Angeles high school students, presenting a free in-school program of choral performance, music education and a colorful glimpse into the lives of our diverse singers. The goal is to reduce anti-gay bullying, bust negative stereotypes, and present positive role models for LGBT youth.

Photos by David B. Arenas and Jim Geiger

 

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