Since 1972, the Asian American Drug Abuse Program (AADAP) has been providing prevention education, substance abuse treatment, and job skills and economic development programs for men, women, and children. To celebrate its 42nd year, AADAP is holding a benefit concert. Showtime 2014 is happening on Saturday, August 2 in L.A.'s Little Tokyo and includes a silent auction and live performances.
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AADAP's 42nd Anniversary Benefit Concert
Saturday, August 2, 2014
David Henry Hwang Theatre
120 Judge John Aiso St., Los Angeles
6:00pm - Silent Auction Preview
7:00pm - Concert Program
9:00pm - Dessert Reception and Meet-n-Greet the Performers
Featuring Performances By:
JAZMIN SISTERS, MEG DELACY, KERMET APIO, & CARY TOBABEN
Showtime is an annual event that seeks to raise funds for program services as well as to recognize key contributors to AADAP in the field of prevention and treatment. It's also a time for supporters to gather with Board and Staff to celebrate the accomplishments of the year and see the real-life impact that their contributions are having on clients and program participants.
Showtime has historically featured many up-and-coming acts from the Asian Pacific Islander community, giving a stage for young artists to gain wider recognition. Our past shows have included Quest Crew, Ken Jeong, Margaret Cho, Hiroshima, Daniel Ho, and many more talented and exciting performers. This year will feature rising stars JAZMIN Sisters bringing music that fuses traditional R&B and Hip-Hop. The event will also feature singer/songwriter/actress Meg Delacy, star of AwesomenessTV's new show “Side Effects”, and stand up comedians Kermet Apio and Cary Tobaben.
To learn more about AADAP, or to purchase tickets for the event, visit their website.