Throughout the year, TAC produces events to create awareness, raise money and build action. Each day includes a service project and an intimate evening performance featuring comedy and music.
In Boston, we launched our "Tonight we're gonna do a little better" pre-show service projects. Huge thanks to Roadrunner, Bleachers, and the fans that came together to pack over 400 care packages full of essential items for Y2Y to support youth experiencing...
We were invited out to the Brooklyn Bowl Family Reunion shows at SXSW to amplify the organizations serving trans youth (and the LGBTQ community) in Texas and talk to folks about trans issues in Texas.
We joined Saddest Factory Records and their artists for their showcase at SXSW and invited out Transgender Education Network of Texas and Equality Texas to table and talk to fans about how they can support the trans community in Texas.
We joined Nettwerk and their artists for their showcase at SXSW and invited out Transgender Education Network of Texas and Equality Texas to table and talk to folks about the state of trans rights in Texas.
Before the Drive-By Truckers show in Tulsa, fans came together to pack care kits for Youth Services of Tulsa to support youth experiencing homelessness in the Tulsa area.
We joined Frank Turner at the fourth Lost Evenings Festival in London, UK. The four day festival included incredible music, panels about music, activism, gender equity and other amazing topics, a service project with a local food bank, and nightly raffles that...
Shadow of the City in Asbury Park, NJ was a blast - we invited out local New Jersey LGBTQ organizations like Garden State Equality and Headcount registered 290 fans to vote. We raised over $9K to support the organizations on the ground in Texas fighting the abortion...
Shequida led a conversation with Kat Cunning, Ryland James and Nora Huppert from Lambda Legal.
Claud and Frances Forever talked with Headcount about the challenges of voting when trans and nonbinary.
Grandson hosted a conversation with Safe Place for Youth to talk about their work and how fans can help the local LGBTQ community during Pride.
On December 21st, The Ally Coalition hosted the Seventh Annual Talent Show virtually for the first time, live exclusively on Twitch. Hosted by Rachel Antonoff, we are so fortunate to have the support of the amazing artists who came together to fight for LGBTQ...
Choe Moriondo hosted a Zoom meetup with guests from Lambda Legal and the Ruth Ellis Center in Detroit, MI to talk about the issues that the LGBTQ community faces. Watch the full livestream here.
On July 21st, we joined The Grammy Museum for Celebrating Music With Pride, a special pre-taped discussion honoring the 50th anniversary of the first Pride march. Panelists included Perfume Genius, Lynn Gunn (PRVIS), Zebra Katz, Donna Missal, Shamir, and Shawnee.
TAC is so grateful to have been a beneficiary of this year’s Stonewall Day, a global livestream event benefiting organizations serving the LGBTQ+ community impacted by Covid-19. Appearances included Barack Obama, Taylor Swift, Nico Tortorella, and more.
To celebrate Pride month, TAC worked with Calling All Crows to host a livestream with the LGBTQ Freedom Fund, talking about the importance of their work and how we can support them. Check out the livestream here.
To support the work that Safe Place for Youth does supporting homeless youth in the Los Angeles area and to continue their operations during the COVID-19 pandemic, SPY hosted a livestream concert with talent like Grouplove, Frank Turner, Beach Bunny, and more. Check...
Thank you to the Recording Academy / GRAMMYs, GRAMMY Museum and GLAAD for letting us be a part of their Music in Action: LGBTQIA+ Voices in Music panel on Tuesday, Jan 21st.
On December 12th, The Ally Coalition hosted the Sixth Annual Talent Show! This is a night that channels the power of music and comedy toward equality. We raised $230,000 for LGBTQ folks! We are so fortunate to have the support of the amazing artists who came out in...
As 29 bands took the stage over the course of four nights, with the help of 14 volunteers we were able to raise over $21,500 for equality and give grants to 13 good causes around Boston.
A panel discussion focused on how a new wave of LGBTQ artists are promoting freedom of expression and greater understanding for younger generations.
On December 5th Town Hall hosted The Ally Coalition’s Fifth Annual Talent Show, a night that channels the power of music and comedy toward
equality. The evening raised over $200,000 and directly benefits organizations serving queer and trans youth, including New Alternatives for LGBTQ Youth in New York City.
Join Frank Turner, The Ally Coalition and Sea Coast Outright as we make care packages for Queer Youth before Frank’s show in Hampton Beach!
Celebrate the end of summer #20gayteen with us at Shadow of the City! Under the hot August sun we’ll gather for special performances from Bleachers, Hayley Kiyoko, Julien Baker, and more.
Hang out with the Bleachers crew while being of service to the LGBT Center of Sacramento. Starting at 2pm, help spruce up the building and pack outreach packets for various center programs. The volunteering will wrap up by 4pm, and then at 5pm, you’ll head to Ace Of...
Nick Offerman hosts a special night of music and comedy. The annual showcase benefits at-risk LGBTQ.
Start GRAMMY week 2018 off right by joining GRAMMY Award Winner and current nominee Lorde, Matt Berninger and Aaron Dessner from GRAMMY-nominated The National.
This year’s lineup includes Bleachers, Brian Fallon, Khalid, Titus Andronicus, Brick + Mortar, Tove Stryke, and Nicole Atkins.
Join TAC at Webster Hall for the 3rd Annual Talent Show. This year’s show features intimate performances by Bleachers, Carly Rae Jepsen, Kesha, Lena Dunham, Hasan Minhaj, Charli XCX, Lauren Mayberry from CHVRCHES, Mike Birbiglia, Andrew Dost, Jordan Carlos, and more.
Kick summer off on a high note with us in Jersey! The Ally Coalition will be there with all your faves—Carly Rae Jepsen, The 1975, and more.
The Ally Coalition, The GRAMMY Museum® at L.A. LIVE and MBM Entertainment are joining forces to bring you some of the hottest names in music and comedy. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll get inspired to take a stand.
This Giving Tuesday, The Ally Coalition and Above Average are joining forces to bring you the hottest names in music and comedy. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll get inspired to take a stand.
This September we’ll be joining Bleachers, Charli XCX, Vic Mensa, The Front Bottoms and more in Asbury Park’s Stone Pony Summer Stage for the first ever Shadow of the City Festival.
The Ally Coalition is headed west for Audible Impact—an event presented in partnership with the GRAMMY Museum, Lyft, Pandora, and HBO.
Comedy for Equality, a special benefit concert for The Ally Coalition, will take place on June 11th, 2015 at The Howard Theatre as part of the 40th Annual Capital Pride Celebration.
The Ally Coalition and Above Average are joining forces to create a unique live experience for fans at SXSW, featuring music, comedy, variety and a whole lot more.
For one night, some of entertainment’s most talented voices, including Bleachers, Lena Dunham, Janeane Garofalo, Andrew McMahon, Ingrid Michaelson, are coming together.
Making its national debut during PRIDE week in New York City, UNCIVIL UNION spotlights the artistic community entertaining, inspiring and encouraging individuals from every walk of life to end discrimination against LGBTQ people.
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