In Concert for Cancer
Enjoy Music. Support Research. Cure Cancer.
Help us share the joy of live music performances and fund ground-breaking, life-saving cancer treatment and research.

Save the Date! Saturday, September 9th for the sixth annual In Concert for Cancer event, at Kirkland Performance Center.

Details announced soon!

Our 5th Annual ICFC Event.
On November 17, 2016 we presented another incredible evening of music and inspiration! At Kirkland Performance Center, Contemporary Jazz saxophonists Jeff Kashiwa and Steve Cole brought down the house with their incredible artistry and fun banter from the stage. Dr. Vandana Kalia, from Seattle Children's, spoke about the game-changing, life-saving progress in immunotherapy. We are grateful to all who attended this year's event, and for our sponsors, partners, and volunteers for their support.

Enjoying Live Music Can Change a Life.
Your gift of support helps us share the joy of live music performances to lift the spirits of cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and our greater community. 100% of ICFC's net proceeds directly fund ground-breaking, life-saving immunotherapy cancer treatment and research at Seattle Children's Research Institute. Thank you for supporting our mission by making a secure, tax-deductible donation. DONATE NOW

ICFC Videos

Enjoy inspiring moments from five years of ICFC events!

Our mission is to share the joy of live music performances in honor of everyone touched by cancer - We raise awareness about, and funding for, cancer prevention research.

Our Mission

To unite, inspire and give hope to our communities by sharing the joy of exciting live music performances. To raise awareness and funding for ground-breaking, life-saving, immunotherapy cancer treatment and cures.

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In Concert for Cancer is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of In Concert for Cancer are paid directly to "Fractured Atlas" and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.