A Night for City Hope brings together nine local San Francisco artists who will give voice to the experiences of our neighbors in the Tenderloin and of individuals touched through our work at City Hope. Each story will come to life in a different way, through film, audio, photography, animation, music, poetry and spoken-word.
Join us for a captivating and moving experience that demonstrates both the beauty of the Tenderloin and the purpose of City Hope. We are confident that you will walk away moved and inspired by these incredible stories.
A Night for City Hope will take place on Friday, September 15th. Doors open at 5:30pm and the show will begin at 7:00pm.
Our roster of artists include:
Adam Snell - Virtual Reality Content Producer
Angélica Ekeke - Photographer, Filmmaker, and Singer
Bryan Young - Illustrator
Colette Kessler - Storyteller and Poet
Felix Uribe - Photographer and Co-Founder of Tender Souls
Hamilton Henson - Filmmaker
Pei-Ru Ko - Storyteller and Founder of Real Food Real Stories
Tin Ruiz - Photographer, Illustrator, and Visual Designer
Tony Mac - Filmmaker and Cinematographer
Producers: Paul Trudeau, Brenton Gieser, Sally Steele, Dario Slavazza
What are my transport/parking options getting to the event?
Great American offers $10 validated parking at the AMC garage on O'Farrell, just a block from the Great American Music Hall.
Is there assigned seating?
There are two types of seats: upper-level and lower-level seating. You may sit anywhere within your designated section (upper-level or lower-level).
Buy your tickets today!
OUR MISSION is to empower our neighbors in the Tenderloin to establish stable, healthy lives. We provide a trusted gathering place and creatively offer as many elements of home as possible for our neighbors on the streets.
City Hope Community Center:
45 Olive Street
San Francisco, CA 94109
PO Box 641049
San Francisco CA 94164