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Tennessee Equality Project 5th Annual Gumbo Contest

  • Bridges Memphis 477 N 5th St Memphis, TN, 38105 United States (map)

The TEP hosts its 5th annual gumbo-cooking contest and Mardi Gras party on February 8th this year at the BRIDGES facility. Your tickets gets you into the gumbo tasting area, a chance to vote for the winning gumbo, plus NOLA-style jazz, craft beer, and more. New Orleans jazz provided by the Hot Memphis 4.

Out901.com is a proud host sponsor for the 2015 TEP Gumbo Contest.

Champions of Equality from left to right: Chef Kelly English, Memphis City Councilwoman Janis Fullilove, TN State Senator Lee Harris, and Shelby County Sheriff Bill Oldham.

Champions of Equality from left to right: Chef Kelly English, Memphis City Councilwoman Janis Fullilove, TN State Senator Lee Harris, and Shelby County Sheriff Bill Oldham.

Tennessee Equality Project Foundation is pleased to announce four Champions of Equality from West Tennessee. Such awards are given to individuals whose work and advocacy advance or protect the rights of lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender people and their families in Tennessee.
 

Tickets $15 (under 21) and $ 25 (+21); $5 Price Increase on Feb 1

What is The Tennessee Equality Project?

The Tennessee Equality Project fights for the rights of the LGBT community in our state, supports marriage equality, and campaigns to eliminate discriminatory laws.