October 14, 7:30pm
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway is a community driven project that will create a physical place of reflection and remembrance to honor the lives given and lost, and to stand together for our future. Learn more about the project on the official website.
Seattle Men's Chorus and Seattle Women's Chorus have the honor of performing to raise funds for this ambitious project. Hosted by Micki Flowers, former health reporter for KIRO TV and long time HIV/AIDS advocate, ECHOES: A TRIBUTE CONCERT BENEFITING THE AMP will feature storytelling, dance, and musical talent.
Additional performances by Alexandria Henderson, Billie Wildrick, Nathan Young & Showtunes Theatre, Justin Huertas, and Whim W’Him.