All the stars will be out for a good cause in San Francisco this March 10, 2012. That they are made of wax explains not only their occasionally fake personalities.
That is because The San Francisco Wax Museum one of the largest and most prolific museums of its kind in the world, is playing host to what promises to be a decadently philanthropic Gay Night at the Wax Museum! Legendary San Francisco author Armistead Maupin, the genius behind the groundbreaking Tales of the City will be there with a fabulous coterie of local cabaret artists and a scarily real tableaux of stars from past and present, all to raise funds for The Richmond/Ermet AIDS foundation (REAF) and The Rainbow Fund, two organizations that work to improve the lives of those suffering from disease, poverty and hunger, here and abroad.
This is definitely the place to be this Saturday night, so save your pennies and come out! VIP tickets are $50 (which gets you in to the complimentary bar and appetizers an hour earlier at 8pm) and general admission is $30.
Come join your homosexual brethren in a stylish soiree, toast with a glass of champagne as soon as you enter, and donate to a wonderful cause all in the same evening! Hopefully we’ll see you there, and stay tuned for CalTV Entertainment’s upcoming coverage of Gay Night at the Wax Museum.
P.S. Stick around after the shenanigans for the dance party in the Chamber of Horrors!
You can get more details, and purchase tickets, here: