Annual Benefit Concert
Musicians on stage at Chords2Cure benefit concert

Chords2Cure (C2C) was conceived in 2015 by teenagers desperate to help their classmates who were diagnosed with rare (and very scary) pediatric cancers. All were shocked to learn that pediatric cancer receives only four percent of allocated government funding for cancer research.

The kids shared a passion for music, so they created this now-annual benefit concert. In addition to the talented student performers, our Special Guest Artists have included OneRepublic, Gary Lightbody (Snow Patrol), Zac Barnett (American Authors), Magic Giant, Chris Shiflett (Foo Fighters) and Chris Martin (Coldplay).

To date, C2C has raised hundreds of thousands of dollars to help fund important clinical trials through the kids’ oncologist, Dr. Noah Federman, Director of the Pediatric Bone and Soft Tissue Sarcoma Program at UCLA.

For more information about Chords2Cure and how you can get involved, please visit their website for access information. Thank you for helping us cure pediatric cancer, one chord at a time!