The Evening of the Red Scarf Concert

London Music Hall

Regional HIV/AIDS Connection (RHAC) in partnership with Camp Wendake present The Evening of the Red Scarf Concert featuring Canadian icon, multiple Juno award winner and international artist, Jully Black

The Evening of the Red Scarf Concert is our major fundraiser, beginning a new tradition to host a concert event marking AIDS Awareness Week, the last week in November, leading up to World AIDS Day, December 1st.

The Evening of the Red Scarf Concert will raise critical funds that will directly support people living with, at risk-for, or affected by HIV/AIDS.  Funds raised support client services such as practical and psychosocial support; counselling; monthly support groups and social support camps; education, prevention and stigma reduction strategies; harm reduction services; referrals; transitional, respite and palliative care; as well as social support programmes and opportunities.

Discover why Jully Black has been named as one of ‘The 25 Greatest Canadian Singers Ever’ (CBC Music), and has been dubbed ‘Canada’s Queen of R&B Soul’ by her fans and peers, filling numerous venues around the world and bringing crowds to their feet!

Join us on Thursday, November 24, 2016 at 7:00PM at London Music Hall, 185 Queens Ave, London.  

Tickets are $45.00 and can be purchased through:

To purchase corporate packages or VIP tickets please contact Regional HIV/AIDS Connection

Tickets will sell out fast – so please order yours today!

About Jully Black: As a platinum selling recording artist, her music career has yielded multiple singles reaching the Top 10 pop, R&B and dance music charts. She has taken home multiple Juno Awards, earned many industry accolades and was hand selected to sing for the Queen of England.  She has been nominated for multiple Gemini’s and is a major presence in the Canadian media and entertainment industry. As host and media correspondent for CTV’s etalk, Jully was chosen to interview global megastars such as Jay-Z, Oprah Winfrey, and former president Bill Clinton. She has also appeared in films, television, and in theatre.