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Pride Concert tonight and tomorrow - SF L/G Freedom Band, L/G Chorus of SF and Gay Men's Chorus

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  • Heidi Beeler
    Thursday, June 25 & Friday, June 26 – 8 pm LET’S GET LOUD! 31st Annual San Francisco Pride Concert Co-produced with the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco
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      Thursday, June 25 & Friday, June 26 – 8 pm
      LET’S GET LOUD!
      31st Annual San Francisco Pride Concert
      Co-produced with the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco

      Conducted by Stephanie Lynn Smith, Artistic Director of the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of San Francisco
      & Bradley Connlain, Guest Conductor of the San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band

      First Unitarian Universalist Church
      1187 Franklin @ Geary, San Francisco
      Tickets $15 - $35 (sliding scale)
      www.sfprideconcert.org
      1-800-838-3006

      The
      San Francisco Lesbian/Gay Freedom Band and the Lesbian/Gay Chorus of
      San Francisco proudly present "Let's Get Loud!” Featuring special
      guests San Francisco Gay Men’s Chorus and their small ensembles, The
      Lollipop Guild and Vocal Minority, the show kicks off Pride weekend
      with an astounding array of music spanning the rainbow spectrum.
      Tickets are $15-35 and are available at www.sfprideconcert.org or by
      phone at 1-800-838-3006.

      An official San Francisco Pride Event,
      this concert recognizes the 40th anniversary of New York's Stonewall
      Riots. The past four decades have propelled us from the strife of
      Stonewall to the blossoming of marriage equality. Let us sweep you into
      Pride weekend with a musical celebration. LET’S GET LOUD!

      First
      produced in 1979 at Grace Cathedral, the Pride Concert is one of the
      longest-running annual performances in San Francisco. For 30 years, the
      Pride concert has provided a showcase for the groups who inspired a
      movement that spread from San Francisco around the world. These
      programs have provided a safe space for LGBTQ artists to come together
      to develop their talents and to demonstrate to the world how the LGBTQ
      community enriches society at large, despite the discrimination it
      faces.




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