Eurovision Grand Finals Viewing Party


Join us as we unite Los Angeles and Malmo, Sweden for one afternoon to watch the Eurovision Song Contest at our favorite local craft brewery. Help us raise money for the Jeffrey Goodman Special Care Clinic through AIDS Lifecycle simply by enjoying great food and beer.

We want to make this as interactive as possible and will have tons of fabulous prizes as incentives. There are 90 minutes of performances followed by 60 minutes of scoring. During the scoring (~1:45pm) we will have a "dress as your favorite Eurovision Song Contest star" costume contest, a few rounds of trivia, and a live auction!

Prizes generously donated by:
jetBlue Airlines
Angel City Brewery
Joshua Tree Highlands Houses
Pressed Juicery
Santee Court Market
Bolt Barbers
The Cheesecake Dude

The Eurovision Song Contest's internet feed begins at 12:00pm PDT, so come a little early to grab a beer and get settled before the show starts. This is our inaugural event, and with your support we can make this viewing party an annual gathering!

What is the Eurovision Song Contest? Every year the nations of Europe each submit one artist to a competition that has launched the careers of artists like ABBA and Celine Dion. Bring flags for your favorite country to cheer them on!

Angel City Brewery is hosting us in their beer hall and generously donating a portion of all beer sales during the three hours to AIDS/LifeCycle. So come thirsty!
VitaminWater is donating beverages for the non-beer drinkers out there.

Peddler's Creamery will be donating a % of ice cream sales to the event.

The Melt Bus will be on site selling their Grilled Cheeses and has agreed to donate 10% of all sales to the event.

The Bronzed Aussie will also join us to share their delicious savory pies!

AIDS/LifeCycle is the largest fundraising event of its kind in the world, every June 2500 cyclists ride 545 miles over 7 days from San Francisco to Los Angeles ( Last year over $12.8 million was raised for HIV/AIDS education, prevention, treatment, and counseling services provided by the Los Angeles Gay & Lesbian Center's Jeffrey Goodman Specialty Care Clinic and the San Francisco AIDS Foundation. 2013 marks the 4th ride for Jason and the 5th for Michael, both of whom as Training Ride Leads have helped recruit and prepare countless other riders.


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