Eryn Woods, Millionaires Arrive in Seattle to Promote Safe Sex

Pop-punk artist Eryn Woods to play Seattle’s El Corazon for only Washington State stop on her tour presented by AIDS Healthcare Foundation alongside girl group The Millionaires – multi-state tour promotes safer sex through open conversation, condom use, and regular HIV/STD testing

SEATTLE--()--AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF):

What:

 

Eryn Woods and The Millionaires

 

When:

WEDNESDAY, April 30th 8 pm

 

Where:

El Corazon

109 Eastlake Ave. E
Seattle, WA 98109
 

Who:

Pop punk solo artist Eryn Woods and pop girl group The Millionaires

 

B-Roll:

Live music performances by Eryn Woods and The Millionaires educating their teenage fan base on safer sex while distributing thousands of condoms, including the performance of Eryn Woods’ custom song about condom use, “It’s a Wrap,” which was composed for AHF

 
 

CONTACTS:

Ged Kenslea, +1.323.308.1833 or mobile 323.791.5526 ged.kenslea@aidshealth.org

Kyveli Diener, +1.323.960.4846 or mobile 310.779.4796 kyveli.diener@aidshealth.org

Aiming to reduce the rates of HIV and STD infections among the youth demographic, AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) has teamed up with pop-punk solo performer Eryn Woods, who will be using her spring/summer tour with pop girl group The Millionaires to promote safer sex to their young fan base. The Eryn Woods and The Millionaires tour kicked off last week with four stops in California, and stops in Oregon, Washington, Utah, Colorado, Montana, Ohio, Nevada, and Wisconsin over the next six weeks.

After breaking into the Pacific Northwest with a show last night in Portland, the tour arrives in Seattle on Wednesday, April 30th at 8:00 pm at El Corazon. Each show will feature a performance of the safer sex awareness song composed by Eryn Woods for AHF, “It’s a Wrap,” a message to would-be paramours that the only way they’ll be allowed to get intimate is if they plan to “play it safe” by using a condom. Thousands of free condoms – donated to the tour by AHF – will be distributed at each show.

Though many songs by The Millionaires feature explicit lyrics about casual sex, all of the artists on the tour were excited by the opportunity to pair their party-promoting tunes with important messaging about protecting your health and the health of your partners.

“There are 9 million new infections among young people aged 18 to 24 every year, and that’s not something we can just stand by and accept,” said Eryn Woods. “The Millionaires and I are so honored that young people look up to us and listen to us, and we want to use that as an opportunity to deliver a positive message that could ultimately save a lot of lives.”

With California, Oregon, and Washington under its belt, the tour will progress on to Salt Lake City this weekend before moving on to Colorado next week.

About AHF

AIDS Healthcare Foundation (AHF) is the largest non-profit HIV/AIDS healthcare provider in the USA. AHF currently provides medical care and/or services to over 300,000 individuals in 32 countries worldwide in the US, Africa, Latin America/Caribbean, Eastern Europe, and Asia. For more information, visit www.aidshealth.org, find us on Facebook: www.facebook.com/aidshealth and follow us on Twitter: @AIDSHealthcare

Contacts

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Ged Kenslea, +1.323.308.1833
mobile: 323.791.5526
ged.kenslea@aidshealth.org
or
Kyveli Diener, +1.323.960.4846
mobile: 310.779.4796
kyveli.diener@aidshealth.org

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Contacts

AIDS Healthcare Foundation
Ged Kenslea, +1.323.308.1833
mobile: 323.791.5526
ged.kenslea@aidshealth.org
or
Kyveli Diener, +1.323.960.4846
mobile: 310.779.4796
kyveli.diener@aidshealth.org