Starting in 2017, GMCW embarked on three bus tours.
Before the pandemic, each season we take our concerts on the road to spread a message of equality, dignity, and justice to different cities over a period of four days. We partner with local churches, LGBTQ centers, and gay-straight alliances to raise awareness and much-needed funds, so these organizations can continue to do the vital work that they do. The goal of the Equality Tours is to bring people together and start conversations while spreading a message of equality through song.
States visited on the 2017 were NC, SC, GA, AL, TN and VA. On our 2018 tour we performed in WV, OH, and PA. And 2019 saw us visiting MD and then NY for World Pride and performing on live television on NBC-TV’s The Today Show.
Among our many collaborators, GMCW sang with Knoxville Gay Men’s Chorus, Atlanta Gay Men’s Chorus, Steel City Men’s Chorus, Midland’s Men’s Chorus, Rainbow Voices of WV, Dayton Gay Men’s Chorus, and the Harrisburg Gay Men’s Chorus. We’ve also met with GA State Representative Karla Drenner and Knoxville Mayor Madeline Rogero. For more information about our Equality Tours, contact Executive Director Justin Fyala at email@example.com.