Mark your calendars for January 19 and 20, 2018 for the thirteenth annual Torch benefit performance. Traditionally held in October, Torch moves to its new date in January, but that is all that will change. This popular event will continue to assemble a group of dedicated performers, musicians and friends to present, a musical cabaret of Broadway songs to benefit Palmetto AIDS Life Support Services (PALSS). Returning to the Columbia Music Festival Association (CMFA) headquarters at 914 Pulaski Street in Columbia, the show remains a heartfelt evening of music and song. Pre-show festivities begin with a reception, featuring heavy hors d’oeuvres at 6:30 PM Friday and Saturday nights. Suggested donations are $385 per table of eight. Individual Cabaret seating is suggested at $55 donation. Theater seating donation is suggested at $40. We’ll even save your seat for you. Get ahead of the crowd and call PALSS at 803-779-7257 to reserve your tickets today.
Since 1985, PALSS has helped South Carolinians fight the war against HIV and AIDS. PALSS provides health education and social services to persons living with and communities affected by HIV and AIDS. Go to www.palss.org to learn more about the confidential services offered including HIV/STI testing, prevention training, counseling and housing case management. Many services are free of charge or at very low cost. Follow PALSS on Twitter @palss or become a friend on Facebook at www.facebook.com/PALSS. For more information call 803-779-7257