ST. LOUIS, Mo. — PROMO, Missouri’s statewide LGBT advocacy organization, is proud to announce its largest annual fundraiser, URBANAIRE, taking place on May 12 at the Randall Gallery.
Sponsors for this year’s events, showing their support of the LGBT community, are Bleu Events, Tito’s Vodka, Covene, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner LLP, Great Clips, Mark Utterback, Gary Mudd & Bob Massie, Missouri Foundation for Health, Thompson Coburn LLP, Monsanto, Goliath Trucking, 4 Hands Brewery, Four Muddy Paws, HOK, MillerCoors, Polsinelli, Rome West Realty, Show-Me Bears, and Barefoot Wine.
In its 11th year, URBANAIRE brings together over 500 LGBT-supporters, community leaders, politicians and Missourians from all backgrounds to celebrate, mingle and indulge on some of the finest food from award-winning chefs, cocktails and entertainment St. Louis has to offer.
The premium event commences at 6:00 p.m. Guests will enjoy live entertainment by Sweet & Low and Kristen Goodman, novelty acts, premium open bars, heavy hors-d'oeuvres and desserts prepared by several of St. Louis' finest restaurants.
Attendees will have the opportunity to try savory food provided by bleu Events, Michele C. Catering, The Dam, Bogarts, Eleven Eleven Mississippi, Michael’s Bar and Grill, Walnut Grill, Steve’s Hot Dogs, Tucanos Brazilian Grill, Cha Cha Chow, Seoul Taco, Aya Sofia, Hi-Pointe Drive-In, Sugarfire Smokehouse, Grace Meat + Three, Zia’s Italian Restaurant, Seed Sprout and Spoon. Pint Size Bakery, Serendipity, and Strange Donuts will provide beautiful desserts.
Premium Event guests are invited to stay for the Main Event. Premium tickets are $150. The Main Event starts at 9:00 p.m. Guests will enjoy an open bar, Main Event experiences, the mixes of DJ Irene G., and pizza donated by Racanelli’s, Joanie’s Pizza, and Three Monkeys. Main Event tickets are $40 before the event and $50 at the door.
All proceeds go to support PROMO’s mission.
“PROMO is dedicated to achieving a more inclusive Missouri for all. We have seen incredible advances in equality at local, state, and national levels, but there is so much more work to do. Basic protections in employment, housing and public accommodations continue to be denied to many LGBT Missourians, and we have seen an increase in anti-LGBT legislation and initiatives in the last two years. Together, thanks to our generous sponsors, inclusive and affirming businesses, attendees, and volunteers, we can raise critical resources to ensure PROMO has the capacity to achieve a more inclusive, equitable, and welcoming state.”
To purchase tickets, visit: urbanaire.org