“Freedom layers fast-paced rhymes and sung choruses over a folky base of acoustic instrumentation...."
~The Aspen Times
Shea Freedom was born in Los Angeles, subject to 28 different housing placements and (like many foster youth), emancipated into homelessness. Join us for an evening of education and celebration connected to the theme of personal and collective resiliency, as we forge forward together.
Music + Interview with Musician, Trans* + Foster Care Youth Activist Shea Freedom + Audience Q & A
Nourishing Refreshments Provided + Interpretation Provided by Deaf Community Services
Are there ID or minimum age requirements to enter the event?
No! This is an alcohol-free event.
What are my transportation/parking options for getting to and from the event?
You may find parking in the neighborhood, though parking can be challenging in North Park. It's best to aim for early arrival, in order to find street parking. Second best would be parking in an affordable parking structure, such as: Ace Parking. They're located at: 3829 29th Street/San Diego, CA/92104 (between University Ave. and North Park Way). Lastly, there are several bus stops in the neighborhood: https://www.google.com/#q=closest+bus+stop+and+north+park+and+university+avenue
What can I bring into the event?
If you wish to purchase a CD at the event's end, please bring the means by which to do so.
How can I contact the organizer with any questions?
You may e-mail Kat via firstname.lastname@example.org or text via: 619-210-4826. Look forward to seeing you there!