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NorthPark Center's Kickin' it to Cancer Weekend

| August 9, 2018 | Calendar

NorthPark Center is thrilled to partner with Cattle Baron’s Ball as the Official Shopping Center for 2018. This renowned, country-themed, charitable event has been “kickin’ it to cancer” for 45 years, raising over $77 million in funding for cancer research in North Texas and earning its place as the largest one-night fundraiser for the American Cancer Society in the world.

Mark your calendars for September 7-9 for Kickin’ it to Cancer Weekend, when NorthPark and its retailers will dedicate the entire weekend to raising money and awareness for cancer research with CBB.

The following retailers will donate a percentage of sales back to Cattle Baron’s Ball over the weekend:
drybar
Eileen Fisher
John Varvatos
L'Occitane
Longchamp Paris
Michael Kors
Pinto Ranch Fine Western Wear
Rebecca Taylor
Roberto Cavalli
Ruti
Shinola
Stuart Weitzman
Vera Bradley
vineyard vines

Celebrations also include a live DJ and informal modeling in the common area. A cowboy-themed ArtROCKS! will take place on Saturday from 1-4PM in NorthCourt as a part of the festivities.

Country’s most revered performers have entertained at the ball throughout its history, including Johnny Cash, Willie Nelson, George Strait, Brooks & Dunn, Sugarland, and Brad Paisley. On Saturday, October 20, Zac Brown Band and the Charlie Daniels Band will take the stage at Gilley’s Dallas for this year’s event. The theme for 2018 is “Sapphires and Spurs,” and all money raised will help CBB achieve their goal of a world in which doctors have better, more precise treatment options for those with cancer. This year, the event is chaired by Katy Bock and Jonika Nix.



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