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Keep It Clean

This hilarious night of comedy will feature appearances and performances by comedy greats Bill Burr, Rachael Harris, Cheryl Hines, Slink Johnson, Keegan-Michael Key, Nick Kroll, Tig Notaro, and other incredible friends – all to raise critical funds and awareness in Waterkeeper Alliance’s global fight for clean water.

Tickets from $125 for the Live Show; $250 and up for Cocktails, Live Show & VIP After-Party. Click here to purchase!

WHEN: Thursday, April 20, 2017. 7:30pm Live Show
WHERE: Avalon Hollywood, 1735 Vine St, Los Angeles, CA 90028
PARKING: There is a premium paid parking lot next to Avalon and one across the street next to Capitol Records. If you find a spot on the street at a parking meter, be sure to read to signs before heading into the event. There are also $10 parking lots at 1800 Vine (entrance on Yucca) and 6223 Selma (on Selma between Argyle and El Centro).

KRULLAPALOOZA IV - presented by Tig Notaro as a benefit for MOSTe

It's official! Tig Notaro will be joined by Sarah Silverman, Margaret Cho Garfunkel and Oates, and speed painter extraordinaire Amy Burkman, at 8pm, Sat., April 1 at Largo at the Coronet for Krullapalooza IV - which will benefit MOSTe, an amazing group that helps 250 girls in LA's toughest neighborhoods to believe in their dreams and turn them into reality. 

In underserved communities in Los Angeles, many girls struggle to feel like they have ANY power. They may have ambitions, but they don’t have peers and role models to help them buy into the belief that their dreams are achievable.

So thousands of girls who could do so much more settle for lives that don’t do justice to their potential, and the world loses the contributions they could have made.

MOSTe is an amazingly effective 30 year old mentoring and support group that gives emotional, academic and financial support to inner city girls to nurture and validate their ambitions and quite literally change the trajectories of their lives.

MOSTe is made up of a bare-bones staff and an army of volunteer mentors who work hand-in-hand with the girls every step of the way from their inner city middle schools through college. They are spectacularly effective at fulfilling their mission of making the world smarter, one girl at a time. As one of the girls said, MOSTe was “like a hand reaching out from heaven.”

But in today’s climate, where so many causes are competing for our limited resources, they need a financial boost to keep their mission alive.

Please come to this great show and/or donate and help an amazing cause!

Tig Notaro

More information available here. 

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