The 2016 North America OutGames is now accepting submissions for entertainment from artists and their Agents/Management to express their interest in performing at the OutGames Athlete’s Village and/or Closing Ceremonies. All submissions must be received by January 31, 2016 to be considered. Submissions from individuals not directly linked to the artist/entertainer will not be considered.

Submissions from entertainers (or their respective management) for possible consideration may be submitted through the OutGames online form here

outgamesadEntertainment will be a key component to the week-long festivities. The OutGames Organizing Committee is seeking entertainment submissions for nightly entertainment at Athletes Village and for the Closing Ceremonies. Each evening live entertainment will be featured on stage under the Train Shed at the historic Union Station in St. Louis, Mo. Entertainment will run from 4:00 pm to approximately 10:00 pm each evening (May 29, May 30, May 31, June 1, June 2, June 3).

Closing ceremonies will be held on Saturday June 4th on the St. Louis riverfront at the steps of the St. Louis Arch. Entertainment will begin approximately 7:00 pm and run until 10:00 pm.

Entertainment options to be considered:

Musical Acts (solo & groups)
Spoken word
and much more…

Three to five thousand Lesbian Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Allied (LGBTA) participants from across North America are expected to meet in St. Louis for this dynamic event, which will be held from May 27 through June 4, 2016 at venues in and around St. Louis. The Equality Games will include a multi-event sports competition, on- going cultural celebrations and a three-day human rights conference. The mission of the Equality Games is to create an experience through a multi-event sporting competition, human rights conference and cultural celebrations that will honor diversity, celebrate athletic accomplishment, facilitate learning, and inspire action, with a ton of fun sprinkled across the entire week.

The Equality Games Board of Directors believes that shared ideas grow in strength. It is our hope that as attendees participate in various seminars, workshops, sporting events and fun, they will undoubtedly foster or strengthen a sense of community and belonging which then will inspire positive change within their own communities.




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