The NF Hope Concert is coming back to the The Big Apple!
Broadway's Brightest Stars Light Up the Stage
Monday, May 6, 2019
The successful annual concert founded in 2011 in Las Vegas is coming back to New York City. The 3rd NYC NF Hope Concert will be held on Monday, May 6 and will feature cast members from some of Broadway's biggest shows.
The concert will take place at SubCulture in the NOHO neighborhood of Manhattan. SubCulture, the ultimate listening room with a relaxed, downtown energy that puts the focus on the artists and their craft, is the perfect place to bring together great music for an incredible cause.
The NF Hope Concert was founded in 2011 by former JERSEY BOYS cast member, Jeff Leibow, and his wife Melody, soon after their daughter, Emma, was diagnosed with the neurological disorder, Neurofibromatosis (NF) at the age of nine months old. The purpose of the concert is to raise awareness and much needed financial support for the fight against the NF. 100% of the proceeds go to Neurofibromatosis Network (a 501(c)3 non-profit) to fund both their programs supporting NF families across the country and their advocacy efforts (which have resulted in over $600 Million in federally funded NF research since 1996).
We invite you to join us on May 8!
Silent and Live Auction
The concert will feature a silent auction and a nationwide live auction consisting of memorabilia from numerous Broadway shows and other great items. Stay tuned for sneak peeks!
General admission and VIP tickets will be available soon for our fun night of entertainment. VIP Sponsors will get prime VIP seating. Open seating will be for the remaining seats. Keep checking back for more information!
Want to be an NF Hope Concert Sponsor? You can help make an even bigger difference in Emma's life and the lives of the 128,000 in the US alone living with NF. For more information about sponsorship levels, contact Jeff at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com.
We will see you Monday, May 6 for an incredible evening of entertainment for a very personal cause.