The Cure Cancer Foundation, with the support of Heartland Auto Group and Production World, are hosting a virtual concert promising 12 hours of live music over two nights to raise money for cancer care here in Alberta.
Donors can go online to www.jamminforacure.com to contribute to this great cause and watch the virtual concert.
The 12 bands lined up include Brett Kissel, Alfie Zappacosta, Hailey Benedict and Clayton Bellamy who are ready to (virtually) get back in front of the fans! (See full performer list below)
“These amazing performers are contributing their time and talents to entertain and inspire us,” said Chris Duncan of Production World. “We’re asking people to donate generously to help fund innovative cancer care for patients in Alberta, and enjoy great music at the same time.”
The concert, Jammin’ for a Cure, will stream live on March 25 and March 26. Bands and performers will be playing sets from 6:00 p.m. to midnight Friday and Saturday. Country music will be bringing down the house on Friday night and Saturday is all about rock!
This year’s event also includes an Indigenous Artists’ Showcase Symposium. Stevie Salas headlines a panel that will engage in the Indigenous Voices Show Case Seminar. This takes place Saturday, March 26 in the afternoon. There is free registration but attendees in person or online are encouraged to donate to cancer research.
Donations for Jammin’ for a Cure will go directly to further cancer care right here in Alberta.
Donations can be made starting today on the www.jamminforacure.com website. In addition, there is an online auction, with great special items to bid on.