Saturday, August 21st 2021
6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
In observation of HIV/AIDS World Survivor Day on August 1st, Philly AIDS Thrift @ Giovanni’s Room is proud to announce”An Evening For Survivors,” a safe and empowering space to honor our PLWH (People Living With HIV) community here in Philadelphia. Pop artist, Philly native, and 14 year HIV survivor Tony Enos (www.tonyenosmusic.com) will be performing songs from his new album “POSI+IVE,” live at 6pm to celebrate, remember, and offer good medicine for the journey head to a community without HIV/AIDS stigma.
EVENT TIME: 6PM- 8PM !
*Something about masks/vaccines?
*This is a FREE event for all, but feel free to donate to our performer Tony Enos via Venmo @Tony-Enos
Hailed as “a National treasure in the LGBTQ2S Community” by Rowan University, and “the most exciting performer to come out of Philadelphia since Patti LaBelle” by gbmnews.com, two-time Native American Music Awards Nominee, and HIV positive pop artist Tony Enos was named one of “The Native Americans Changing the World,” by Ozy Media in March of 2021! The two-spirit (Cherokee) entertainer celebrates over a decade as a singer/songwriter/producer/actor/activist with the release of his career-defining 2020 4th studio album “POSI+IVE,” going public about his positive HIV status, and continuing to empower others through music.
Philly AIDS Thrift @ Giovanni’s Room
345 S. 12th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19107