From an extravagant art show, to an unexpected improv show, to an awesome rock concert, there are many events happening right in time for Valentine’s Day!
Romantic dates are much more romantic when you take the guesswork out of choosing a place to spend time with your favorite person. It makes it even better when an event supports a local charity or is sponsored by one of your favorite organizations. The Gateway Men’s Chorus has you in mind with this list of fun activities to experience leading up to and even after Valentine’s Day. You are sure to find an event that you can rock alone or be artfully entertained with your sweetheart.
Say you’re solo and looking to mingle before Valentine’s Day. We have just the event for you: a rocking concert taking place at FOAM on Cherokee Street. There are rocking Midwest bands, ready to take the stage on tomorrow night. This will be a night of mingling and music for those heavy metal rock fans. All proceeds from the event will go to the Metro Trans Umbrella Group.
Is your darling a fan of the arts? We’re talking an artful soul that loves music, painting, and fiery works of torched brilliance. If so, you will love the Wall Ball taking place at the Third Degree Glass Factory. It’s a dazzling party where you will want to dress up, have a nice date on your arm, and enjoy live glass-blowing and other works of art done by local artists. You can even bid on the art created at the event and take them home to adorn your modern living space. The best part? It’s being sponsored by the BOOM LGBT magazine and proceeds from the event will benefit Artscope, a local non-profit arts organization.
You and your friends are always laughing and cracking jokes. What better way is there to spend with your best buds before Valentine’s Day than to attend an impromptu night at The Improv Shop near The Grove. Their Spectrum Jam will be sure to have you guys laughing at what you come up with on the spot. This is an event specifically for the LGBT community.
The Gateway Men’s Chorus supports the full spectrum of what is known to be art, especially when the event decides to support causes for the community. There is a wonderful full circle that happens when organizations come together to support each other. If you can’t any of these events, we are still selling tickets for our We Will Rise concert that focuses on various issues within our community. Support promotes growth, which only serves to improve the community and those who reside in it. We hope our suggestions help! #HappyValentinesDay