Provide Healing Integrative Medicine Therapies for NorthShore Kellogg Cancer Center Patients

 

On Saturday, January 6, 2018, Sons of the Silent Age will perform The Best of David Bowie’s “Berlin” Trilogy & More at the Metro in Chicago. A portion of proceeds from the concert will provide integrative medicine therapies for NorthShore Kellogg Cancer Center patients. SOTSA formed when Chris Connelly (Ministry) and Matt Walker (Filter, Smashing Pumpkins and Morrissey) joined forces in 2012 to pay tribute to their hero David Bowie.

General Admission tickets are $20; limited VIP tickets are still available. VIP tickets and VIP tables include access to a Koval Distillery tasting, pre-show reception, autographed poster and balcony access. For VIP and General Admission tickets, visit Metro’s website.

Your support can help cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy and radiation receive Integrative Medicine services to relieve pain and neuropathies, reduce fatigue and sleep issues, boost immunity, provide stress relief, improve appetite and improve quality of life.

A donation to support these initiatives can be made below, or participate in the raffle! Take a chance at winning awesome prizes, including a healthcare package with integrative medicine services such as acupuncture, body work and more; or get lucky and win a Chicago sports fan package.

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