Wednesday, November 14, 7pm

outLoud Radio is proud to celebrate its tenth anniversary of empowering creative and talented lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer (LGBTQ) and allied youth to share their personal stories through radio.  By teaching youth about production, documentation, and storytelling, outLoud’s unique programming gives youth the skills and confidence to decide for themselves how they will be represented and literally saves lives.


This inaugural gala event will feature NPR White House correspondent Ari Shapiro in an on-stage conversation with KQED’s Scott Shafer and several of outLoud’s youth producers, followed by an intimate VIP reception.  On this anniversary, outLoud is launching a campaign to expand its programming, increase social media and audience impact, cultivate youth leadership, and build on its track record of successful partnerships with StoryCorps, the Public Radio Exchange, KQED, and many others.

Doors to the lobby of the Brava Theater Center open at 6pm; all are invited to mingle with light food and drinks. The program begins in the theater at 7pm, and will run a little more than an hour. A VIP reception with Ari Shapiro and outLoud crew follows the event, in the lobby.


Available online via Eventbrite here

$25 – Gala admission
$50 – Gala admission with Pink Martini CD signed by Ari Shapiro
$100 – Gala admission with priority seating — plus post-event VIP reception
$1000 – Benefactor — 10 priority / VIP reception tickets plus acknowledgement at event

Public Transit / Parking

The Brava Theater Center is located at 2781 24th Street in the heart of San Francisco’s Mission District, a block and a half from Potrero Ave. The theater is a 15 minute walk from the 24th St Mission BART station, and parking is available on the street or at the SF General Hospital parking lot, 2 blocks east from the Brava Theater, at 2500 24th St.

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