What didn’t happen at Home for the Holidays?
Jackson Browne and Cyndi Lauper teamed up for a duet of music legends, Cyndi sang a hardcore version of “Goonies” with punk-icon Laura Jane Grace, and Vivian Green helped Cyndi close out the show with our favorite song… “True Colors.” That’s just a few things that happened at this year’s show.
This year’s Cyndi Lauper & Friends: Home for the Holidays, presented by AT&T, took place this past Saturday, December 9 at The Beacon Theatre. You helped us make it a success for the seventh year in a row! Stay tuned – we’ll be announcing the date and venue of next year’s concert soon.
Everyone deserves a home for the holidays – especially young people. Far too often, youth who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer, and questioning don’t get the support they need out of fear of discrimination. The True Colors Fund is committed to creating a world where all young people are safe, supported, and welcome – regardless of their sexual orientation or gender identity.
Your support helps us make this work possible. In the spirit of the holidays, we hope that you will make a gift to support our work. Thanks to the generosity of Weston Milliken, one of our most generous supporters, all gifts made through December 31 will be DOUBLED.
Own a piece of Home for the Holidays history!
For a limited time – You could win a pair of gorgeous drumheads signed by Cyndi Lauper and all the artists – and a brand new MicroKorg Synth/Vocodor signed by Peaches, Paulina Rubio, Jake Shears and Bridget Everett and played on stage at the concert.
Bid now to win this piece of music history and support our important work.