Sun 10/21, 2018, 7:30pm
March For Our Lives
Glimmer of Hope

Since the tragedies at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Parkland, Florida, the March For Our Lives movement has taken a stand against senseless gun violence. The Parkland students work together with young leaders of all backgrounds from across the country to hold politicians accountable and combat the normalization of gun violence.

March For Our Lives brings Jammal Levy, Alex Wind, and David Hogg, all survivors of the Parkland shooting, to Town Hall’s stage to share Glimmer of Hope, a book that tells the story of how a group of teenagers raced to channel their rage and sorrow into action—and went on to create one of the largest youth-led movements in global history. Joined by actor and activist Sophia Bush, these students bring their urgent conversation to Seattle to offer us a chance to come together and take action and work to create a safe and compassionate nation for our youth.

Moderator: Sophia Bush is an American actress, activist, entrepreneur, and global education access advocate. Bush is a member of the Directors Guild of America, and has appeared in films and series such as Incredibles 2, One Tree Hill, The Hitcher, John Tucker Must Die, and others. She uses her personal platform and social media influence to raise awareness to fund causes, including the construction of schools in Guatemala and Laos, as well as serving as a global ambassador for Glamour’s The Girl Project.


Featuring Parkland Shooting survivors Alex Wind, David Hogg, and Jammal Lemy.


Book Bundle and Pricing Information

A portion of the tickets will be offered for sale along with a copy of the book, Glimmer of HopeWe anticipate that this event will sell out and encourage you to secure your tickets quickly (especially if you’re not interested in the ticket+book option). 

Bundling a portion of the tickets with books allows us to present speakers like the March for Our Lives founders in larger venues, so that more people can participate. As a thank you, tickets purchased with a book will also include priority for the meet & greet line. Purchased books will be available for pick up under your name on the night of the event.

Free tickets are available for children under the age of 18, and students with an active student I.D.

$5 tickets (and free youth tickets) may also be available at walk-up (or via the standby line, if sold out) on the night of the event.

Please contact with any questions or feedback.

100% of the authors’ proceeds will benefit the March for Our Lives Foundation and the ongoing fight for gun violence prevention in the United States.

Security Note:

  • There will be a security presence at this event.
  • No knives, firearms, pepper spray, or weapons of any sort will be allowed.
  • Large bags or any backpacks are prohibited.
  • Individuals will be asked to return items to their vehicles or may be denied entry if found in violation of these guidelines.

Presented by Town Hall Seattle.

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