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Tickets To Dylan Mulvaney’s 365 Days Of Girlhood’ Event Benefit This LGBTQ+ Initiative

Icon, legend, and star Dylan Mulvaney is on Day 365 of her trans journey and is throwing an unforgettable, fab party to celebrate it. Say no more — I’m there.

Unless you’re living under a rock, you’re definitely familiar with Dylan Mulvaney. She’s graced the red carpet, The White House, and the FYPs and IG feeds of millions. But, ICYMI, Mulvaney is a comic, actress, and trans rights activist who rose to fame on TikTok. In 2022, Mulvaney amassed 12 million TikTok followers and won the Trailblazer award for her viral series documenting her transition journey, Days of Girlhood. Mulvaney used her vlogs to advocate for trans rights and bring awareness to LGBTQ+ mental health. Through this project, she gained the attention of the White House and was invited to speak with President Joe Biden about trans rights in the United States. 

On March 13, Mulvaney is celebrating her 365th day of girlhood in the most Mulvaney way possible. On Feb. 22, Mulvaney announced her celebration of this milestone: a 1960’s-style variety show at the Rainbow Room in New York City. In a statement to PEOPLE, Dylan describes the event as a “coming-out debutante ball,” mixed with a birthday party and a stand-up show. Yup! I’m in.


DAY 365 OF GIRLHOOD: live! Singing, special guests, and a walk down memory lane. All profits to benefit @trevorproject 💓 $5 livestream tickets in bio 🎉 #trans #theatre

♬ In the Mood – Glenn Miller

However, Mulvaney didn’t simply put together this extravaganza to commemorate her own bold journey: Live stream tickets are five dollars, and all the proceeds will be donated to The Trevor Project — an LGBTQ+ suicide prevention non-profit organization and hotline. 

Mulvaney’s show is important for another amazing reason: it’s her return to performing. “This will be the first time I’m back on stage, but in my proper gender identity,” Mulvaney said to PEOPLE. Prior to the 2020 pandemic,  Mulvaney played Elder White in the Cincinnati adaptation of The Book of Mormon. 

The event will be held on March 13 in the Rockafeller center. It will include lively comedy, conversational, and musical performances by Johnathan Van Ness, Renee Rap, and many more. So, purchase your ticket, throw on your most retro 60’s fit, and join the live stream to watch Mulvaney do her thing, and help out the LGBTQ+ community!

Ashlynn is a published poet who studies Religion and English at Southwestern University. On the off chance she isn't writing or burying her nose in another psychology book, she is probably eating sushi with her friends. She loves boba, doing yoga, and rummaging antique vinyl stores!