Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels event is coming May 29th

It’s time to dust off your hat and cowboy boots and get ready for an evening of country music and fun in support of Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels at The Dubliner Irish Pub on Saturday, May 29. This special benefit concert with the North2South Band supports children in Arizona who are fighting cancer and a portion of the proceeds will go to the Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels program which provides resources and financial support to families of children who are fighting cancer and offers special apparel that is specially designed for chemo patients to children. receiving the treatments around the world.

“After a year off from live events, we are delighted to bring our community of donors and supporters together for this special evening,” said Lorraine Tallman, founder of the Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels. “We are so grateful for the incredible community support we have received over the past year, helping us help hundreds of families dealing with childhood cancer,” she said. “This event is a thank you to our gracious long-term donors and a welcome to our new supporters and friends,” she said.

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Amanda Hope Rainbow Angels is an Arizona nonprofit, support, and educational organization designated by the IRS as a 501 (c) (3) tax-deductible, tax-exempt organization founded in 2012 in honor of the life of Amanda Hope. During her three-year battle with leukemia and nine-month battle with a brain tumor, Amanda Hope dreamed that one day she would design a fun clothing line for children just like her that would provide comfort and dignity during chemotherapy treatments. Amanda’s life ended all too soon, but her dream lives on through our Comfycozies for Chemo garments and her legacy continues with our expansion of programs and services.

Hailing from Nashville, the birthplace of country music, North2South is one of the most emerging and in-demand country acts in music today. Frontman Dave Andrews is an American country singer and recording artist who has been on the road for many years, opening up to countless artists around the country, and most recently shaped North2South’s unique country sound. After taking a break from music in 2005 when his brother was murdered on duty, Andrews generated his hit ‘Boys in Blue’ to honor those who protect and serve. Upon his return to the music scene in 2008, Dave Andrews once again enchanted Music City USA as a well-known artist. North2South Band was formed in 2017 and they have made their mark on country music as one of the bands representing country music’s greats, encompassing hits from the country legends of the 90s to the early 2000s.

Like Madonna, comedian Terrijean with one name needs no introduction. The stand-up comedy star opens the evening’s entertainment with lots of laughter for a good cause.

“We are so happy to have the opportunity to get together with our friends and wonderful supporters who have made it possible for us to serve the families of children suffering from childhood cancer over the past year,” said Tallman. “The community really relied on us for help during last year’s most challenging circumstances, and we are so grateful to have been able to rely on our donors and supporters for help,” she said.

“Country For a Cause 2021 will be a celebration of hope and mark an important milestone in our continued mission to fight childhood cancer,” said Tallman.

Country For a Cause 2021 takes place at The Dubliner Irish Pub on Saturday May 29 from 6pm. Tickets cost $ 25 per person and VIP tickets with a meet-and-greet with the band are $ 50 per person. Visit www.amandahope.org/concert to purchase tickets, make a donation or learn more about the foundation.

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