The Nashville-based non-profit organization, Women Rock For The Cure (WRFTC) has partnered with Black 13 Tattoo Parlor to host its second annual LIVE event on Saturday, October 25th from 12PM to 9PM CST, which will support young women facing breast cancer.
The organization encourages Music City to join them as as Black 13 artists and special guests, Dannii Garbiras and Josh Davis, provide a series of custom-designed flash art for customers to choose from, and will tattoo each piece on a first-come, first-served basis. Each tattoo will have a set price with 100% of the proceeds to benefit Women Rock for the Cure.
The event will include a silent auction as well as live music from Jeremy Lister, Kyle Andrews, and Elise Davis. Family-friendly activities will also be provided, along with an after-party event hosted by Cinco de Mayo restaurant in Cummins Station.
More information about Women Rock for the Cure and their mission to connect and support young women facing breast cancer can be found online at www.womenrockforthecure.org.
Black 13 Tattoo Parlor is located at 209 10th Avenue South, Nashville, TN 37203, and can be found online at www.black13tattoo.com.
About Women Rock For The Cure:
Women Rock For The Cure™ is a Nashville-based 501(c)(3) organization committed to connecting and supporting young women facing breast cancer. Founded in 2007, the organization works to build awareness and provide outreach programs through the power of the entertainment industry. Flagship annual events include the Pink Trash Ball and Opry Goes Pink concert, which has featured performances by The Judds, Martina McBride, Kellie Pickler, LeAnn Rimes and Carrie Underwood. All proceeds benefit the organization's outreach efforts, including the Young Survivors Retreat, which brings together young women diagnosed with breast cancer. For additional information on Women Rock For The Cure upcoming events and how to get involved, please visit www.WomenRockForTheCure.org.