December 3, 2019 at 12:24 pm PST | by John Paul King
The Abbey to host LA’s first known transgender nightlife event

The Chapel at The Abbey (Photo credit: AVABLU)

World-famous West Hollywood bar and eatery The Abbey has announced the launch of the first known transgender club event in Los Angeles history.

According to a statement:

“Wearing the hat as a community leader and pioneer on inclusivity within the LGBTQ community and its allies, The Chapel at The Abbey Food & Bar introduces Heavenly Bodies, an evening designed to celebrate transgender people and bring awareness to supportive organizations.  On Sunday, December 8 from 10pm-2am, The Chapel will debut West Hollywood’s first and only (and the city of Los Angeles’ only known) transgender nightlife event, hosted by Sasha Colby and featuring live performances by Kylie Sonique Love and Taryn, with appearances by trans activists and models Eden the DollGia Banks and Ariscetocrat.

In support of the Trans Wellness Center of Los Angeles, The Chapel at The Abbey will donate $1 dollar of the special Heavenly Bodies cocktail made with Illegal Mescal; guests of the evening can also make direct donations to the Trans Wellness Center at The Chapel or online here.

Heavenly Bodies will be a recurring Sunday celebration once a month at The Chapel at The Abbey.”

The Abbey Food & Bar is in WeHo at 692 N. Robertson Blvd. For more information about The Abbey visit their website and follow them on Instagram.

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