The Ally Coalition has rallied over 30,000 fans to take action for LGBTQ equality. Through our innovative touring model, TAC brings together high profile music tours with non-profit organizations dedicated to bettering the lives of LGBTQ youth. With TAC’s unique connection to the entertainment industry, our artists use their platform to raise awareness of the systemic inequalities facing the LGBTQ population and activates prominent members of the creative community and their fan bases to engage with these issues in meaningful and impactful ways.


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Bloom Tour North America 

For Bloom, TAC teamed up with Troye Sivan for 28 dates across the US and Canada. We invited Trevor Project along to engage with fans to help end conversion therapy.

At each stop, Troye asked fans to bring new socks and tampons for local partners. Bombas Socks and Cora Women generously matched all donations, sending 10,000 socks and 2,000 tampons to non-profits serving homeless and at-risk LGBTQ youth. 

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Be More Kind North American Tour

Frank Turner put his kindness into action, inviting TAC along for all dates of the Be More Kind Tour. Each stop featured TAC volunteers and the local partner organizations who work directly in improving the quality of life for LGBTQ youth. In New Hampshire, Frank hosted a service project with fans and TAC volunteers assembling care packages for the youth of SeaCoast Outright. CVS generously sponsored the care package supplies and toiletries.


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Sofi Tukker Treehouse World Tour 

In collaboration with Plus1, TAC brought Trevor Project as a national partner to all dates of the Treehouse World Tour. Each night a group of TAC volunteers engaged with Sofi Tukker fans to take action for LGBTQ equality and learn more about getting involved with Trevor Project. 


    Bleachers North American Tour

    Freedom for All Americans joined up with TAC for this tour across the Southwest and West Coast. Fans met local partners at each tour stop and signed a petition in support of federal protections for LGBTQ people in the US.  In California, members of the band met up with Bleachers fans for a service project at the LGBT Center of Sacramento


    PVRIS North American Tour

    In partnership with the Crisis Text Line, TAC took to the road with PRVIS, signing fans up to be volunteer counselors at each stop. CTL provides text support through a mighty team of volunteer crisis counselors to people experiencing any type of crisis, including LGBTQ youth, who are 2x as likely to experience suicidal thoughts as their straight peers.




    Gone Now Fall Tour

    In support of Gone Now, we hit the road with Bleachers to push the conversation about Trans Rights, specifically essential protections and services that support for Trans youth. At each stop, we engaged with fans to fundraise for Trans Lifeline, an emergency suicide prevention “hotline” and “warm line” where Trans youth can call and receive vital information on a variety of services.


    North American Tour  

    TAC invited PVRIS fans to #FightBack on behalf of All Out to support progressive LGBTQ rights action worldwide. Before each show, fans had the chance to take action on social campaigns focused on clearing bigoted legislation from legal books and supporting the gay men of Chechnya who face prosecution for their sexual identity.


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    The Blue Neighborhood Tour

    Troye invited TAC along to highlight the need for the inclusion of LGBTQ history in school curricula around the United States. Before each show, we engaged fans to become voices for change in their communities by inviting them to take a stand on social media and reaching out to US Government representatives. Troye also invited fans to bring socks for local partner organizations at each show.



    Most Nights Tour with Tegan and Sara

    TAC geared up for its second tour with Fun. Each tour stop featured TAC’s signature Equality Village, an area staffed with volunteers and filled opportunities to learn how to get involved locally with partners supporting LGBTQ youth. Both volunteers and fans got the opportunity to participate in food drives, sound checks, and met and greets. 



    Campus Consciousness Tour With Reverb

    The band Fun. took newly formed TAC on its first tour—a nine-stop jaunt across American college campuses. Ben and Jerry’s generously pitched in, sponsoring a “Consciousness Village” on each campus with free ice cream, social media activations, performances, and a non-profit and student group panel on LGBTQ equality in college. 

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