An Evening of Enchantment with the Second Chance Stoli Prom

Thu. May 17, 2007 12:00 AM

Chicago, IL - – Stoli, in accordance with All Terrain, presents a spectacular evening of fun and flair with the Stoli PROM, an event designed to celebrate the thriving Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Transgender, (LGBT) community. The event will be held at the Hilton Towers Grand Ballroom on Saturday, June 2.

Kicking off Pride Month, this public event will be a night to remember, offering the entire community a second chance at the perfect prom. The event will feature award-winning singer and gay icon Julie Brown, sharing excerpts of her new show, "Smell The Glamour," as well as the musical talents of Chicago's famed Sixteen Candles.

The evening will mark the conclusion of a series of Stoli Prom pre-promotional events at some of the city's best-known LGBT nightspots (including Atmosphere, Berlin, Roscoe's, Hydrate, Sidetrack, and more) where the search for the illustrious Prom King and Queen takes place.

The event will also feature Julie Brown announcing the winners of the Prom King and Queen and assisting in the crowing.

Stoli PROM is also partnering with Chicago's WXRT 93.1 FM, with proceeds from the event benefiting Howard Brown's Broadway Youth Center.


WHERE: Hilton Towers Grand Ballroom
720 South Michigan Avenue, Chicago, IL.

WHEN: June 2, 2007
8:00pm – 12:00am

COST: $55 per person or $100 per couple
(Includes cocktails, hor d'oeuvres, Prom Trolley Transportation to and from the Hilton Towers and entertainment.)

Tickets can be purchased at, keyword: StoliProm.

Julie Brown is an award-winning actress/singer and gay icon that started her career at the American Conservatory Theater in San Francisco. She moved to Los Angeles, making frequent guest appearances on Happy Days, Laverne and Shirley, and The Jeffersons. Julie's star-turn role as Medusa, in the cult film Medusa, Dare to be Truthful, earned her a Cable Ace Award and the Writer's Guild Award. Currently, she is heading out on the road in her first-ever, live one-woman show currently titled "Smell the Glamour," featuring her new song, "I Want To Be Gay."

Established in 2003, and re-established in 2006, Sixteen Candles brings all the great 80's songs to life in full force. Attention to detail and commitment to entertainment inspires local audiences with new ways of dancing and thinking. The band features Adam LeBlanc, Aron VanCleave, Chris Hagen, Dave Ensslin and Scott Barbeau, with a mission to fuse nostalgia and style, creating an audiovisual spectacular unlike any other.

Howard Brown is one of the nation's largest lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender (LGBT) organizations serving more than 20,000 adults and youth each year in its diverse health and social service delivery system focused around six major divisions: primary medical care, behavioral health, research, HIV/STD prevention, youth services, and community initiatives. Currently, Howard Brown has seven sites, including a main health and research center, a private-practice medical practice, a youth-specific center, and four resale shops in Chicago and Oak Park, Illinois.

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