4th Annual HAMP 2012 Event
The 4th Annual HIV Awareness Music Project (HAMP) will be hosted by The New Orleans Society for Infectious Disease Awareness, Inc. (NOSIDA). NOSIDA was founded by Tulane School of Medicine's own Dr. MarkAlain Déry, assistant professor of clinical medicine and infectious diseases specialist.
The revenue generated from HAMP will be used to help fund The Tulane T Cell Clinic. The Tulane T Cell clinic is a Ryan White recipient that receives funds from the New Orleans Office of Health Policy. The Tulane T Cell Clinic treats all people living with HIV regardless of their insurance, financial, or housing status.
Friday, November 30, 2012
Doors 8:00p | Show 9:00p
NOSIDA is proud to welcome to the stage: Atomic Daddy-O, Clock Work Elvis, and The Louisiana Hellbenders. The event will also be accentuated with the likes of local burlesque troops, The Big Easy Roller Girls and New Orleans finest dancing coteries, The Muff-A-Lotta's and The Jailhouse Rockers.
HAMP 2012 will feature free on-site rapid HIV testing, a prize raffle for charity, and HIV awareness and prevention booths courtesy of the many local HIV service providers that share our commitment and vision.
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