Sit With Hep B Free at Beach Blanket Babylon’s Asian Community Night

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Join Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon for their Asian Community Night on Thursday, February 23, 2012 at 8 PM.! Organized by the AsianWeek Foundation, a portion of each ticket will benefit San Francisco Hep B Free – a citywide effort to screen and vaccinate all Asians and Pacific Islanders for Hepatitis B, which affects 1 in 10 APIs.

Beach Blanket Babylon’s Tammy Nelson with Hep B Free volunteers. BBB partners with San Francisco Hep B Free for their Asian Community Night on Thursday, Feb. 23. Photo by Frank Jang.

Sit with the SF Hep B Free team in the rear balcony! Tickets are only $25. Seats are limited. Purchase your tickets today through the AsianWeek Foundation before they sell out! For those who want to buy tickets or have questions, contact Carrolyn Kubota at ckubota@awfoundation.com or (415) 373-4003.

Other seats for the night are available with a portion of the proceeds benefiting Hep B Free. Call the box office at (415) 421-4222 and be sure to mention AWF.  These tickets can also be purchased online, enter AWF in the discount code box: http://www.beachblanketbabylon.com/promos/awf.shtml

All who mention or enter AWF, will also receive a special Beach Blanket Babylon gift when they attend the show.

Recently hailed as “A constant cascade of showstoppers” by the San Francisco Chronicle, Steve Silver’s Beach Blanket Babylon is the world’s longest running musical revue. Packed with hilarious spoofs of pop culture & political characters, spectacular costumes, outrageously gigantic hats and one show-stopping number after another, the show continues to dazzle audiences at Club Fugazi in North Beach.

COMMUNITY PARTNERS:

Asian Liver Center at Stanford
http://liver.stanford.edu/

Corporate Asian American Employee Network
http://www.caaen.org/

Filipino American Arts Exposition
https://www.facebook.com/groups/58074781966/

PGE’s Asian Employee Resource Group
http://www.pge.com/

Taiwanese American Professionals – SF
http://tap-sf.org/

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