Boobalicious Vancouver 2009

Comments 2 by Rebecca Bollwitt

The third annual Boobalicious Vancouver event will be happening Saturday November 7th in support of breast cancer awareness and research.

boobaliciousTaking place at the Rocky Mountaineer station in Vancouver, this is not your average club night fundraiser. It will be a Pink Playground as art, fashion and music displays host a carnival for your senses in every way.

The best part is that Boobalicious supports the Keep A Breast Foundation, a non-profit organization with a mission of exposing young people to methods of prevention, early detection and support. Proceeds will also go towards the Weekend to End Breast Cancer.

Boobalicious will feature carnival games, a silent auction, and a marketplace with goodies from local vendors. DJ’s confirmed so far include SKAI (EMM Coccoon/Frankfurt) and KRAIG (Tunnel, Lobby @ Ginger 62) so the dance floor will definitely be open to all. Tickets are $50 if you purchase before October 31st.

Your ticket includes games, art shows, entertainment, activities, and food. VIP tickets are $85 before October 31st and with VIP status you’ll receive access to the pre-party reception (including welcome beverage, appetizers, coat check), a Boobalicious Gift Bag filled with swag, and a wrist band that will grant you access to the artists lounge (and anywhere else at the event).

They do have sponsorship opportunities available and for any more inquiries you can contact the organizers.

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  1. HeatherMonday, October 19th, 2009 — 7:55pm PDT

    This was an awesome event last year and I’m sure this year’s party is going to top last. Great organizers, great cause.

  2. GlennWednesday, October 21st, 2009 — 9:44am PDT

    Thanks so much for promoting this event. Keep A Breast is a wonderful organization to support. They are one of the few cancer charities that is opposed to the use of animal-based research, and they have a message of “prevention is the cure.” Which is really how we’re going to beat cancer. Changes in lifestyle will help reduce cancer rates much more significantly than any drugs or treatments. I’m really looking forward to this opportunity to take part in a cancer charity event where my money won’t be contributing to the suffering of countless animals in laboratories.

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