Singer Song writer and the “Original Pop Princess, Debbie Gibson and Tiffany headline 2016 MetroBall on June 3, 2016 at the S4 nightclub in Dallas. The annual party features world-famous musical talent, surprise guests, a DJ-dance party, and incredible art and gifts at the Silent Auction. The $30 advance tickets for MetroBall are available at http://metroball2015.brownpapertickets.com or www.GDMAF.org. Tickets at the door on June 5 will be $35.
Debbie Gibson, a music prodigy, exploded on the billboard charts at the age of 16. The “Original Pop Princess” quickly became the youngest artist ever to write, produce and perform a No. 1 hit song “Foolish Beat”. Gibson has sold over 16 million records worldwide and has Hosted the American Music Awards and starred in 17 musicals on Broadway, from “Les Miserables” as Eponine and “Grease” as Sandy. Just this year (2015) she received the Lifetime Achievement Award, Rockers on Broadway. In 2011 she and Tiffany starred in the SyFy hit “Mega Python vs Gatoroid”. . Some of the other top songs are” Only in my dreams, Electric Youth, Foolish beat, Lost in your eyes and many more top of the late 80’s songs.
Tiffany, who who’s 2 international #1 Hit singles, “ I think we’re alone now” and Could’ve Been” helped sell over 15 million Albums. She has released 3 top 20 US Billboard Dance singles, which she helped co write in 2007 .
The MetroBall is the primary fundraising source for GDMAF, a North Texas-based 501c3 organization founded in 1996 with a mission to provide emergency financial assistance to people living with HIV/AIDS and to those who are unable to receive social services assistance. This year is GDMAF’s 20th Anniversary and Metroball will be the largest ever. Over the past decade, the MetroBall has raised more than $350,000 and assisted more than 1,750 people with HIV/AIDS. GDMAF’s community partners include AIDS Arms, AIDS Outreach Center Fort Worth, Resource Center, AIDS Interfaith Network, Health Services of North Texas Denton, Health Services of North Texas Plano, AIDS Services of Dallas, Amelia Court – Parkland Hospital and Arch Center – Children’s Medical Center Dallas