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Celebrate 312 Day Virtually With Livestreamed Music Or Burger Benefitting Brave Space Alliance

Goose Island's 312 Day celebration includes a virtual broadcast and a burger benefitting the Black- and trans-led Brave Space Alliance.

Goose Island's black bean and quinoa burger was created in partnership with local artist Jamila Woods, and its proceeds will benefit the Brave Space Alliance, a Black- and trans-led organization on the South Side.
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GOOSE ISLAND — Chicagoans can celebrate 312 Day on Friday by tuning into a livestreamed broadcast of music performances and panels put on by Goose Island Co.

Goose Island’s 312 Day Broadcast will begin 7 p.m. Friday and be hosted by Jamie Black, of Dynasty Podcasts. The show is produced in collaboration with DoStuff Media.

Black will lead a discussion about the future of live events once the coronavirus pandemic is over. It will feature local industry professionals and artists, according to a news release. Local performers include Ganser, Ohmme and Sen Morimoto

Local band Beach Bunny will headline the show with a livestreamed performance from the Goose Island Clybourn Brewhouse, according to the news release.

Goose Island’s brewhouse, 1800 N. Clybourn Ave., is also partnering with local singer, songwriter and poet Jamila Woods for a special burger of the month to benefit the Brave Space Alliance, a Black- and trans-led LGBTQ center on the South Side.

The special black bean and quinoa burger will be topped with arugula, pickled shallots, sriracha kewpie and maple leaf cheese on a Dutch crunch bun. It costs $15 and all proceeds will benefit the Brave Space Alliance.

People can order the burger to support the charity through March 31 via dine-in, carryout or delivery.

Jake Wittich is a Report for America corps member covering Lakeview, Lincoln Park and LGBTQ communities across the city for Block Club Chicago.

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