True Colors 2008
May 31 - July 5
Boston • Wantagh, NY • New York City • Toronto • Mashantucket, CT • Washington, D.C. • Minneapolis • Chicago • Clarkston, MI • Atlantic City • Bethel, NY • Atlanta • Clearwater, FL • Fort Lauderdale • Houston • Dallas • Phoenix • Alpine, CA • Los Angeles • Berkeley, CA • Seattle • Vancouver • Salt Lake City • Morrison, CO
Tickets for select cities on sale now!
The True Colors Tour is hitting the road again this summer with an exciting new lineup of legendary and up-and-coming artists. Produced in partnership with the Human Rights Campaign, the 26-city North American tour is presented by Logo in support of the newly created True Colors Fund of the Stonewall Community Foundation. The tour will kick off Gay & Lesbian Pride Month on May 31st at Boston's Bank of America Pavilion.
The concerts feature nearly five hours of nonstop music with Cyndi Lauper, the B-52s and exciting special guests appearing on select dates throughout the tour including Joan Jett & The Blackhearts, Tegan and Sara, Regina Spektor, Indigo Girls, Deborah Cox, Rosie O'Donnell, Wanda Sykes, The Cliks, Joan Armatrading, Nona Hendryx and The Puppini Sisters.
This year's tour comes during an important election year and will stress the need for the gay, lesbian, bisexual and transgender communities and their straight allies to make their votes count this fall. HRC and non-profit partners CenterLink and PFLAG (Parents, Families, Friends of Lesbians and Gays) National are joining the Tour to bring together Americans across the country to voice their solidarity for GLBT equality and raise public awareness about the issues still facing the GLBT community.
The True Colors Tour was conceived by Cyndi Lauper, stemming from her desire to give back to the community for the love and support they have given her throughout her career. The Tour is a celebration of the basic values and freedoms that should be shared by all Americans. Fans will experience these values through the music of both legendary icons and the newest and coolest acts this generation has to offer.