Justin Utley Returns To Fundraise For Pride
Rising and Popular LGBT Singer/Songwriter Justin Utley, is making a return to Bristol in March in order to raise funds for this year’s Bristol Pride.
After last year’s UK visit, the charismatic and inspirational Justin returns to Bristol from the United States to perform in a fundraiser for Bristol Pride on Friday March 13th at ‘The Tunnels’ located under Bristol Temple Meads Railway Station.
Born and raised in Salt Lake City, Utah, Justin began his career as a Mormon-Contemporary singer/songwriter. After publicly breaking ties with the Mormon Church and sending his own “self-excommunication letter”, Justin became a noted activist and advocate for civil rights and LGBT equality in the United States, and an outspoken personality against the Mormon church’s use of conversion therapy, a method Utley endured for two years after serving a two-year full-time mission for the church. In June 2010, Utley released Stand for Something a single written to inspire and motivate to take action towards securing LGBT equality in America, ending youth homelessness, and increasing community awareness.
Tickets are on sale for £8 in advance and £10 on the door with a substantial proportion of ticket sales being donated to Bristol Pride.
Justin Will be performing on Friday 13th March at 7.30pm with a Support act at The Tunnels, Bristol & Exeter Mews, Lower Station Approach Road, Temple Meads, Bristol. BS1 6QF.