Each “Audible Impact” event will feature a morning service project with corporate and student volunteers to support a local LGBTQ organization; an afternoon workshop and panel discussion with Los Angeles high school students, community leaders, activists and entertainers; an intimate evening concert in the Grammy Museum’s Clive Davis Theater; and an after-party at the Soho House.
“‘Audible Impact’ was created to promote service, education and conversation on social issues. We are delighted to be supporting the Grammy Museum’s incredible work in music education and partnering with The Ally Coalition towards LGBTQ equality and ending discrimination. Jack Antonoff is the perfect artist to launch the series. His music speaks to young people in a very profound way, and his commitment to social causes is extraordinary,” said Michael Matuza, executive producer.
Tickets are on sale at http://theallycoalition.org/AudibleImpact/ starting at $65.
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