Live special events and tour experiences powered by Righteous brands.
Righteous launched our events business in December 2019. Angry Americans hosted our first exclusive live event with Mayor Pete Buttigieg. For a $99 ticket, over 100 selected attendees enjoyed a unique and engaging experience with great guests, good food, and cool cars at the exclusive Classic Car Club Manhattan.
Additional Righteous Live events have included Henry Rollins at an intimate music venue in Los Angeles on Valentine’s Day, Meghan McCain and Ambassador Susan Rice at the Classic Car Club Manhattan, NY1’s Erroll Louis at a community center in Lower Manhattan, and former CIA officer Yael Eisenstat at the Betaworks tech start-up incubator in New York.
Events Continue Despite COVID-19 Outbreak
We’ve built on those successes to evolve our events experience during the pandemic. We’ve adapted, improvised and delivered. Multi-platform live-streams of our in-depth conversation have garnered more eyes and engagement than ever before. Our dedicated Righteous community looks to us first as their independent source of news. And that audience continues to grow. With annual events and activations planned for Mother’s Day, Memorial Day, Father’s Day, the 4th of July, Veterans Day, 9/11 and more.
RIGHTEOUS EVENTS ACTIVATING OUR COMMUNITY NATIONWIDE
(online now, in-person again later)
Righteous will become a new fixture at annual events of national attention and curiosity like The Super Bowl, TED, South By Southwest, Sturgis Motorcycle Rally, Burning Man, Art Basel, and the Army/Navy Football Game. Whether they remain virtual, or move back to in-person.
As other Righteous brands are developed and launched, this momentum will be galvanized around an annual, and later quarterly, national community event called RighteousFest. Similar to other capstone brand events like TED, OZYFest, Aspen Ideas and ComplexCon, RighteousFest will begin as an annual event in NYC and/or online in late 2020 or early in 2021.