Come get spooky with us as we party on Halloween to end cash bail in Utah!
The Salt Lake Community Bail Fund (SLCBF) is hosting a virtual Halloween Variety Show featuring live performances from local musicians, comedians, drag queens, and more, along with a lively and fun silent auction! Come join us for a spooktacular evening and help us put an end to cash bail in Utah!
Want to start bidding before the festivities begin? Bidding starts on October 24th and will end at the end of the event on October 31st at 10:00pm MST. You can start bidding NOW by clicking the red 'Auction' button to the right side of this page! Treat yourself, stock up on gifts, and all proceeds* directly support the Salt Lake Community Bail Fund! Make sure you're registered for the event or you won't be able to place your bids.
*POC silent auction donors will be compensated 15% of what their donations earn.
(Listed in MST, lineup may be subject to change)
5:00 Event Begins!
5:10 Rebel Rebel
5:50 William Mierzwa
6:50 Josaleigh Pollett
7:10 Aaron Woodall
7:50 Mona Diet
8:10 PK Opal
8:30 Cody Kirkland
9:10 Lily Wheeler
9:30 Beau Mahadev
10:00 Scaryoke Afterparty
About the Salt Lake Community Bail Fund:
The mission of the Salt Lake Community Bail Fund is twofold: 1) to minimize the incarcerated population of Utah jails by providing cash bail to those who cannot afford the posted amount, and 2) to end all pre-trial detention in Utah, using the Community Bail Fund as a mechanism to expose the community harm caused by cash bail and unnecessary time spent in jail.
About Decarcerate Utah:
Decarcerate Utah is a prison abolitionist collective established in 2017 that seeks to dismantle the prison-industrial complex and end the harm that it perpetuates. We aim to build safer communities by abolishing incarceration and policing—instead building life-giving and -sustaining systems and models such as mutual aid, reparations, harm reduction, and community self-governance. We also understand that the scope of abuse inflicted upon those affected by the carceral system are often exacerbated along lines of marginalization and identity.