Yorkshire Rocks Cancer comes to the Millennium Square in Leeds
The Yorkshire Cancer Centre is hosting Yorkshire Rocks Cancer; a two day event which will take place on Saturday 1st and Sunday 2nd June in Millennium Square, Leeds.
The Yorkshire Rocks Cancer event kicks off at 5:30pm on Saturday with performances from local bands Carnabells, The Idol Dead, Marsicans and The Transmission. The event is strictly for over 14s, and under 18s must be accompanied by a fee-paying adult.
The second event on Sunday is a Family Fun Day, with gates opening at 11am. There will be something for everyone, including folk music, tribute bands, and zumba, along with a number of interactive children’s activities such as a funfair and face painting. Licensed bar and food stalls will be available on site across both days.
Yorkshire Rocks Cancer is being held to raise funds for the Yorkshire Cancer Centre Appeal, which funds research and provides support and home comforts to patients at the Bexley Wing of St James University Hospital. The charity launched a £10 million appeal in 2007 to support St James Institute of Oncology, which is the largest cancer centre in Europe and is responsible for treating 1500 patients a day. The Yorkshire Cancer Centre currently has a ten year plan in place which focuses on developing research and treatments to ensure that more people survive cancer.
Tickets for Saturday are priced at £15 and tickets for Sunday cost just £5, with under 12s going free. Every penny raised will go towards ensuring that the Yorkshire Cancer Centre reaches its £10 million target.
Tickets for Yorkshire Rocks Cancer can be purchased from Ticketline here.
For more information on Yorkshire Rocks Cancer please visit the official website.
Or contact Sheila O’Shea on: 0113 2068444 or email at: Sheila.o’email@example.com
To find out more about the fantastic work which is carried out by the Yorkshire Cancer Centre please visit: http://www.yorkshirecancercentre.org.uk/index.php