Oct14

LA GoGirlsMusicFest

The Talking Stick, 1411 Lincoln Boulevard, Venice, CA

The 12th Annual GoGirlsMusicFest returns to The Talking Stick Fri Oct 14 2011 GoGirlsMusicFest La - Benefitting The Red Thread Movement a student initiative partnering with Eternal Threads to combat sexual slavery in Nepal.
7:00–11:00pm (doors at 6:45pm)

The Talking Stick
1411 C Lincoln Street, Venice Ca 90291
$5.00 donation at the door
1 Free GoGirlsCompilation CD to first 100 through the door.
7 Artists, Noisy Auction, Drawings, all to benefit The Red Thread Movement, a student initiative partnering with Eternal Threads to combat sexual slavery in
Nepal.

With:
Heather Stewart, Crazy Aunt Mary, Luciar, The Conlons, Irene Merring, Alli Battaglia and the Musical Brewing Company, and Leah Jee.
Proceeds go to The Red Thread Movement

The 2011 Los Angeles Showcase benefits The Red Thread Movement ( http://www.redthreadmovement.org ) a student initiative partnering with Eternal Threads to combat sexual slavery in Nepal. Seven GoGirlsMusic Elite artists will perform at the Los Angeles Chapter Showcase and each artist will provide an auction item to help raise additional funds in our annual GGMF "Noisy Auction". Red Thread Bracelets will be available for sale to help raise additional funds. Our collective voice informs vast audiences about the horrors of sexual slavery.

About GoGirlsMusicFest:
Madalyn Sklar, founder of GoGirlsMusic.com, created GoGirlsMusicFest, a series of annual showcase events across the United States. The festival promotes independent women in music while supporting various charities which have included MusiCares, Rock ‘n’ Roll Camp for Girls, American Liver Foundation, The Lynne Cohen Foundation for Ovarian Cancer Research, the Harvest Home, and more. Since 2000, well over 100 all volunteer run shows have taken place throughout the U.S.

About The Red Thread Movement:
The Red Thread Movement is an initiative that unites voices against the human rights
violation of sex trafficking. The signature Red Thread bracelet, which is
handmade by an at-risk or rescued girl in Nepal, is a symbol of awareness
that helps fund the continuous efforts to rehabilitate victims and
eliminate trafficking. Red Thread Music recruits an array of talented
musicians to use their voices to get audiences involved in the fight. It
encourages people to break the silence by telling others about this
injustice and wear freedom to show that they choose to take a stand
against sexual slavery. We wear their freedom on our arms!
http://www.netteradio.com/events-2ndfri-ggmf2011.html

5.00 Age limit: All ages