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03/12/2007

So don't be afraid to go to the show/ True Colors tickets are beautiful, no rain checks

by Jeremy Hooper

Picture 4-53Cyndi Lauper, Deborah Harry, Erasure, Margaret Cho, and other guests will this summer team up for the 15-city True Colors Tour, which will unapologetically work to promote gay rights and acceptance. $1 from every ticket sold will go to benefit the Human Rights Campaign, and other groups like the Matthew Shepard Foundation and PFLAG will provide pro-gay info and resources at the Logo-sponsored event.

Just call it QueerStock. Or Pro-Gayapalooza. Or don't call it either, see if we care.

Here's more info from Cyndi, as featured on this morning's "Today" show:

Meredith sure seems inspired. If you are as well, tickets are available through Ticketmaster.

True Colors Tour 2007
Lauper, others headline gay rights tour [AP via Yahoo! News]

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