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Let It Bleed! A Rock & Roll Tampon Drive

Sea Witch presents

Let It Bleed! A Rock & Roll Tampon Drive

featuring KERA, SASAMI, Empath, HUMID

Sat, Jun 30, 2018

Doors: 8:30 pm / Show: 9:00 pm

$18 ADV - $20 DOOR

Tickets at the Door

This event is 21 and over

Let It Bleed! A Rock & Roll Tampon Drive
Let It Bleed! A Rock & Roll Tampon Drive
Sea Witch Productions presents, LET IT BLEED: A Rock & Roll Tampon Drive designed to shatter the period taboo, add to the dialogue on the Tampon Tax and The Homeless Period, and invite everyone to the conversation! This is a celebration of femmes in the arts and anyone who sheds their uterine lining once a month.

F E A T U R I N G :
& more TBA
P O P - U P - S H O P S
T H E - S E A - W I T C H - Z I N E - V O L - I V - featuring words and images by various artists TBA
T A M P O N - D R I V E
Bring unopened menstrual hygiene products and get a raffle ticket at the door. Prizes include a Feminist Book Bundle and original artwork by some of our featured artists. **We're accepting tampons, maxi pads, and panty liners. For sanitary purposes, we cannot take menstrual underwear or cups. All products will be donated to Compass Family Services, because every human should have access to these crucial items. Periods are tough enough to deal with, even if you can afford them!

Let It Bleed is sponsored by Green Apple Books on the Park
SASAMI (Sasami Ashworth) has been making music in the Los Angeles area, in almost every way you can, for the last decade. From playing french horn in orchestras and studios, to playing keys and guitar in local rock bands (Dirt Dress, Cherry Glazerr), to contributing vocals/string/horn arrangements to studio albums (Avi Buffalo, Curtis Harding, Wild Nothing, Hand Habits etc.) and producing tracks for other respected artists (Soko), she has gained a reputation as an all-around musical badass. After graduating from the Eastman School of music in 2012, SASAMI spent her time scoring and making orchestral arrangements for films, commercials and studio albums, as well as being a deeply committed music teacher in Los Angeles. She spent the last two and half years as a so-called “Synth Queen,” touring the world non-stop and making records in the band Cherry Glazerr (on Secretly Canadian) and is taking a turn this year to put out her long anticipated solo album in the fall of 2018.
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