Red Alert: Rhyme Time Extravaganza is a poetry and dance party fund raising event for Public Poetry.  Attendance to the event is free of charge. Purchasing TICKETS ($5-500) in advance will give you rapid entry and other perks as described by ticket level. You also get a chance to win a load of exciting prizes. If you do not wish to purchase advance tickets entry but do want to attend the event, please RSVP HERE:

Event program:
7-8PM: Reading by Public Poetry, hosted by Amir Safi
8-9PM: Space Rhyme Continuum
9-10: Verses vs Verses: Hip Hop Artists Vs Slam Poets
10PM-2AM: A DJ Dance party featuring DJ Charles David, DJ Matthew Dunn, Dayta

Raffle:
2 Tickets to Anywhere in Mexico on Aeromexico; 2 Tickets to Day for Night; 2 Tickets to Float Fest;1 Night stay at JW Marriott Downtown

2 Tickets to Lil Yachty, 2 Tickets to The Melvins, 2 Tickets to BoB Elements Tour, 2 Tickets to Rocket Summer 10 Year Anniversary Tour: All Shows at Warehouse Live

1 Hour Massage by Massage Caddy $75 Gift Card to Academy, $50 Gift Card to Container Store, $50 Gift Card to Pappas Restaurants, $50 Gift Card to Bass Pro Shops, $50 Gift Card to Macy’s, $20 Gift Card to D&T Drive Inn, $25 Gift Card to iTunes, $10 Gift Card to AMC Theaters, Hundreds more prizes to be announced soon

You do not need to be present to win. Physical tickets will be available at the event but, if you purchase tickets electronically, you will still be entered to win. All electronic ticket buyers will receive serial numbers via the email on your Eventbrite account and the printed ticket will be placed in the raffle bin to be selected by an impartial party.

The drawing will be held via Facebook live on July 2, 2017 at 6PM Central Time. Winning numbers will be posted via a link on the Facebook event page to a Google Spreadsheet and emailed to all ticket buyers.

Winners must claim their prize by 8PM on July 14, 2017 or prizes will be forfeited and rolled into the next fund raiser event which will be announced at a later date.

Additional non-profit beneficiaries: VIP, USBG, and Good Work