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Faith Performing @ UCLA, 5/22/09 7-10pm


Outloud is a celebration. An intoxicating night of antics and hijinks, boisterous humor, erotic turbulations, and nostalgic ramifications. We pay homage to those who fought for our rights through a collective expression of dissenting gender,sexualities and opinions!

Come explore the mind fuck, gender queer, ferocious attitude of the queer community.

Scheduled performances:
Drag Kings
Tahitian inspirations.
Queer minded films
Loquacious Speakers.
QueerLesque
Comical Divos
Interpretive dancers.
Live music
AND MUCH MORE!

AND FAITH IS MC!

DIRECTIONS

UCLA De Neve Auditorium
351 Charles E Young Dr W
Los Angeles, CA 90024.

Parking for De Neve Auditorium:
Go to the parking and information kiosk on Westwood Blvd, near its intersection with Strathmore Ave (near the Ackerman turnaround). Purchase a parking pass there. I think it's $9 for the whole day, so you can come in and out. You might be able to park by the hour, but I'm not sure. Tell the folks there you want to park in Lot DD (Dykstra/De Neve).
Drive up Strathmore, under the tunnel and away from the campus. Make a right at the first light (Charles E Young Dr W) and at the first light make a left. Drive past the building that says DE NEVE and the DD parking lot/structure will be on your right.

Directions to De Neve Auditorium:
Once you leave the parking lot, walk into the building that says DE NEVE across the top. There will be friendly people at the front desk to answer any questions you have. You'll see a flight of stairs in front of you. Walk up the stairs, and you'll be directly in front of DE NEVE AUDITORIUM.

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