Win: Tickets to Women to Watch at SF JAZZ Center

Women to Watch at SF JAZZ

Luna Malbroux, Dhaya Lakshminarayanan, Irene Tu, Diana Gameros, My-Linh Le (Travis Jensen)

KQED Arts is pleased to launch a new series this summer, Women to Watch, celebrating 20 local artists, creatives and makers who are pushing boundaries in 2016. Driven by passion for their own disciplines, from photography to comedy and every other medium in between, these women are true vanguards paving the way in their respective communities.

Win tickets to a raucous night of live music, comedy, conversation and performance with special guests from the series. These women are taking it to the next level. Do not miss this opportunity to see some of the Bay Area’s best all on one stage.

Performances by:
Dhaya Lakshminarayanan
Irene Tu
Diana Gameros
Luna Malbroux
My-Linh Le and Mud Water Theatre

Creatives In Conversation:
Anna Pulley, A-lan Holt, Jean Melesaine, Jessica Sabogal
Dana Harris, Amanda Arkansassy, Ana Teresa Fernandez,
Sarah Sexton, Nayomi Munaweera, Brittsense

For a chance to win tickets, just send an email to giveaway@kqed.org with the subject “Women to Watch at SF JAZZ” that contains your full name.

From all entries, we’ll randomly select twenty winners for a pair of tickets (worth $10 each). Deadline to enter is Sunday, July 31 at 11:59 pm. Winners will be notified by e-mail on Monday, and tickets will be held at Will Call. You must be a California resident and 18 years or older to participate. Employees of KQED are not eligible to enter.

Women to Watch at SFJAZZ Center
Wednesday, August 3
Door Open at 6:15pm, show starts at 7:15pm
SFJAZZ Center
201 Franklin St, San Francisco, CA 94102

Tickets: KQEDWomenToWatch.eventbrite.com

For more information on the Women to Watch series, including photo galleries, interviews, and video, visit our series page: KQED.org/w2w

Learn more about the #BayBrilliant women in our series.

Women to Watch is proudly sponsored by Sutter Health CPMC 2020.

Win: Tickets to Women to Watch at SF JAZZ Center 14 July,2016On KQED