More than 600 guests are anticipated to attend the 10th annual KEMOPALOOZA on Friday, March 9, 7-11 p.m. at Music Farm, 1022 Senate St., Columbia. KEMOPALOOZA is Palmetto Health Foundation’s signature fundraising event benefiting CAMP KEMO Programs of Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital.
KEMOPALOOZA guests will dance the night away with the sounds of The Finesse Band, eat great food, drink local craft beer and check out must-see, must-do auction items—experience packages, sports memorabilia and signed guitars from Alabama, Thomas Rhett and Miranda Lambert (and more!). Guests also can support CAMP KEMO Programs through a special fund-a-need live auction that evening. Reservations are available for $50 per person, $90 per couple or $250 for a party pack that admits six guests. Online reservations may be made at KEMOPALOOZA.org through March 8 at 5 p.m. After that time, reservations ($50 per person) can be made at the door on March 9. Guests must be 21 or older to attend.
For reservations, parking information and more, visit KEMOPALOOZA.org
About CAMP KEMO Programs of Palmetto Health Children’s Hospital:
CAMP KEMO Programs, for children with cancer or blood disorders, are designed to educate, inspire and support the entire family so that life is more manageable and enjoyable. Treating these diseases in children requires a careful balance of services to meet the physical, emotional and social needs of the entire family.
About Palmetto Health Foundation:
Palmetto Health Foundation, a 501 (c)(3) organization, engages community partners to enhance health care for patients and families served by Palmetto Health. For more information, visit PalmettoHealthFoundation.org or call 803-434-7275.
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