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BENEFIT SHOW: Holiday Fiesta fundraiser for NELA Winter Homeless Shelter

Honey Power and Girl Gang are teaming up to throw a night of festivities to benefit the NELA Homeless Shelter / Recycled Resources for the Homeless.

7:00 PM / $10 adv ($12 dos) / 21+

Music by
Kate NashMeatbodiesKera and The Lesbians


DJ Sets by
Ty Segall
Spencer Dunham (Allah-Las)
Shana Cleveland (La Luz)


Comedic Hosting by Whitmer Thomas (Power Violence)

Photobooth by Flytrap Records w Ryan Coyle (@ryanfromdreamland)

All of the funds we raise will go directly to the NELA winter shelter for the homeless based in Highland Park. It's a really special place that is meeting the needs of our community by providing a warm place for our less fortunate neighbors to sleep, hot meals and access to services. More info below!

Wacky Raffle Prizes !!

From Musicians
So Many Signed Hats from Mac DeMarco
Drum Lesson with Marian (La Luz) or Patty Schemel
Guitar from Bonnie (Death Valley Girls) or Staz (The Paranoyds)
Portrait Caricature by Will (Shannon & the Clams) or Shana (La Luz)

From Artists
Woodblock Prints by Paige Emery
Collage Prints by Brandy Wayne
Custom Swimsuit by Jessica Owen

And From Cool, Local Businesses & People
Loads of concert tickets from Golden Voice
Sweet Mix of Things by Echo Park Records
Signed Goody from Austyn Gillette
3 Month Membership to Cinefamily
Chicken Boy Merch from Future Studios
Obscura Society Tickets from Atlas Obscura
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Town Pizza
Secretly Canadian
Panache Booking
Force Field PR
Permanent Records
Gimme Gimme Records
Gnar Burger
Burger Records
Port of Sound
Zeppelin Music
HUF
Skim Milk
Daizy Lemonade
Bearded Beagle
Virgil Normal
Avalon Vintage
Leader of the Pack
Unearthen
Book Show
Social Study
Shorthand
Rudy’s Barbershop
Kitchen Mouse
Mr. Holmes Bakehouse
Tinfoil Liquor & Bakery
Greyhound Bar & Grilll
Highland Park Theater
The Juicy Leaf
The Doves by DNA

And NO KIDDING - There is MORE TBA!


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Background on the North East LA Homeless Shelter

The North East LA Homeless Shelter operates out of the Highland Park All Saints Episcopal Church from December – March, during the coldest months of the year. During last year’s cold spell, the NELA Homeless Shelter was able to serve 170 people ranging from a family with a 6-month-old infant to a 76 year old senior citizen. It’s a really amazing volunteer run space that provides a hot meal every night, warm clothes, and a place for people to spend the night when it’s cold out. The Winter Shelter is run by Recycled Resources and provides access to social services for mental health and substance abuse, support groups, benefits establishments and provides assistance in securing longer-term housing. In addition, Recycled Resources conducts outreach to neighbors without shelter to deliver survival items such as tents, sleeping bags and warm clothing to meet the needs of our neighbors living outdoors.

For more information on Recycled Resources for the Homeless please visit:www.recycledresources.org/