- Date/time: March 4th, 12:00pm to 5:00pm
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Join us for AIDS Walk Houston 2018 as we ROCK THE WALK!
AIDS Walk Houston is mixing it up this year. We’re adding a concert featuring a diverse lineup of local bands and a celebrity emcee from 2pm to 5pm after the Walk. Leading up to the big event on Sunday, March 4thparticipating agencies will offer VIP concert passes to the first 1,500 people to receive a free HIV test. Click here for a list of dates and locations!
As much as we are adding this new aspect to the Walk, we’re also not fixing what isn’t broken.
For 29 years AIDS Walk Houston has been and remains Houston’s greatest response in the fight against HIV/AIDS. Close to 10,000 men, women, and children along with 13 benefiting AIDS Service Organizations gather in Sam Houston Park in Downtown Houston to raise awareness and funds to support HIV programs in the community. We honor and remember friends and family, celebrate those who are living full lives with the virus, and recognize the work still to be done.
Register to walk by yourself or as a Team Leader and get your friends, family, and coworkers to walk with you! Teams that have 20 or more walkers signed up by Wednesday, February 21st, will receive a table in Team Land.
After AIDS Walk Houston stay for our FREE CONCERT from 2 pm to 5pm! Featuring Bun B, Paul Wall, Los Skarnales and DJ Gracie Chavez.
Leading up to the big event on Sunday, March 4th participating agencies will offer free VIP concert passes to the first 1,500 people to receive a free HIV test. VIP guests get access to a separate VIP area where they will enjoy delectable complimentary nibbles from FM Kitchen & Bar and beverages from Starbucks. Click here for a list of testing dates and locations!
AIDS Walk Benefiting Agencies
AIDS Foundation Houston
Avenue 360 Health & Wellness
Baylor Teen Health Clinic
Brentwood Community Foundation
Fundacion Latinoamericana De Accion Social, Inc.
Harris County Hospital District Foundation
Individuals Providing A Positive Presence-IPPP
The T.R.U.T.H. Project
University of Houston LGBTQ Resource Center