Hey Champ is thrilled to be invited to perform at the Mississippi Safe Schools Coalition's second annual Second Chance Prom in Tupelo, MS on May 8th.
In light of the recent events surrounding Constance McMillen at Itawamba Agricultural High School in Mississippi, the MSSC is also extending a special invitation to the students at that school to join in at the prom.
The purpose of the Prom is to create a safe space for lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) students and allies to have a safe and fun night where everyone feels comfortable being themselves.
The Event was made possible through the generous support of funders, both in and out of Mississippi. These sponsors include MS native Lance Bass, who is both a vocal supporter of Constance and a sponsor of the event. Other major sponsors include Green Day, the American Humanist Association, and Cat Cora. The event is primarily for students of Mississippi who are ages 15-23. This event aims to include all students regardless of their sexual orientation, gender identity, race, gender, or disability status.
Hey Champ will be performing material from their upcoming debut Star, due out July 13th on Townie Records. Though they have recently gained notoriety as electro-pop producers,