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We’re super excited to partner with SF-based nonprofit When the Music Stops to send ten lucky winners to the 2nd Annual WTMS Summit! WTMS is an organization which offers mental and emotional support to all through music, connection, and love. Founded by suicide survivor Josh Donaldson, WTMS aims to provide an environment that fosters honest conversations around suicide prevention. Through workshops and music festivals, WTMS is working hard to make sure that even in our strange, Pandemic-ravaged world, everyone has access to a caring network of mental health support.

The all-day summit will feature music, DJs, speakers, poets, and entertainment of all kinds. Your ticket even includes lunch and a super-sweet bag o’ swag!

In an effort to make the event as accessible as possible, WTMS is also giving away 20% of the tickets to the community. If you’re not able to go but still want to support, consider purchasing a ticket to donate to someone else! You can also donate directly to the organization here.

Purchase your tickets here, or enter our giveaway below to win a pair of free ones!

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Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker - Events Editor

Lizzie Locker has been an artist, entertainer, and “glamour girl” since birth. Since 2017, Lizzie has been writing professionally for small businesses, as well as creatively. She has published essays in VIE Magazine, and has written website and social media content for pole dance studios, afterschool programs, and reference sites. At the same time, Lizzie has also continued to develop her performance career at queer nightlife events across the Bay Area. She can be found both onstage and off, reading her stories aloud in bars, emceeing drag and burlesque shows, and producing arts events that defy genre and expectation.