Sleater-Kinney, Brittany Howard, Lana Del Rey, More to Perform at Jack Antonoff’s 2020 Ally Coalition Talent Show

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Lana Del Rey, Sleater-Kinney, and Brittany Howard are among the performers scheduled to appear at this year’s iteration of Jack Antonoff’s annual Ally Coalition talent show. The seventh iteration of the fundraiser will also feature St. Vincent, the Chicks, Antonoff’s Bleachers, Clairo, Maggie Rogers, Tierra Whack and more. There will be short sets from comedians like Mike Birbiglia, Reggie Watts, and Aidy Bryant. See the full lineup below.

This year the Ally Coalition talent show will be livestreamed on December 21 at 9 p.m. Eastern on Twitch. It is free with a suggested donation. All money raised will be distributed to organizations that support homeless LGBTQ+ youth.

“The TAC talent show is the night of the year I look forward to most,” notes Jack Antonoff, who co-founded the Ally Coalition with his sister Rachel. “Obviously we can’t meet in person this year, but the money this show raises is more important than ever, considering how disproportionately marginalized communities have been affected by the pandemic. This show is always about getting my friends together and keeping things really loose, so magic can happen. This year will be no different—lots in store. Play it loud and have a party at home cause this one is gonna be something else.”

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