Oct. 8: Leukemia Texas 3rd annual Concert for a Cure

Leukemia Texas kicks off the Red River Rivalry with their 3rd annual Concert for a Cure.

Celebrating its third year, the Concert for a Cure is set for Thursday evening October 8, 2015 at The Rustic in Dallas to kick off TX/OU weekend. Event Chairs, Leigh Ann and Courtney Kerr from 103.7 KVIL welcome Honorary Chair, Lynn McBee and hundreds of party-goers as they raise critical funds for Leukemia Texas.

This concert promises a fun night with entertainment from the Ray Johnston Band and a chance drawing for game day tickets, but most importantly it will paint the picture of the need for leukemia support in Texas and how each donor is making a
difference to eradicate leukemia.

Major sponsors include McGladrey, Amerisource Bergen Specialty Group, Texas Oncology, CBS Radio and many others.

Sponsorship and VIP tickets are available in advance only; no tickets will be sold at the door.

Tickets include valet, private seating, appetizers and beverages. Contact the office today 214-265-7393 or info@LeukemiaTexas.org. You can also follow on Twitter, Facebook and Instagram or visit the website for more information.

About Leukemia Texas
Founded in 1970, Leukemia Texas is an independent, tax-exempt, 501c3 nonprofit corporation dedicated to fighting the life-threatening blood cancer of leukemia through the funding of leukemia research and patient aid in Texas. Leukemia Texas is not affiliated with any other leukemia or nonprofit organization and does not receive any government funding. Leukemia
Texas is the only leukemia organization of its kind where funds raised in Texas, stay in Texas!

For more information about Leukemia Texas, please contact the office at 214-265-7393 or visit


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