The Keep a Breast Foundation has teamed up with House of Blues Entertainment to present the first ever Keep a Breast Tour, featuring indie-electropop band Uh Huh Her. KAB’s breast cancer prevention music tour began in Philadelphia on October 8th, and will last throughout October’s national breast cancer prevention month. According to the official KAB Tour’s website, the tour is intended to raise awareness for breast cancer among younger generations, as well as to educate younger women about methods of breast cancer prevention. A portion of ticket sales will be donated to the Keep a Breast Foundation. Read on to check out tour dates, discover more about KAB’s mission, and learn how to donate.

Indie-electropop duo Uh Huh Her will be headlining the KAB tour, along with opening acts Fences and Jarrod Gorbel. The tour hits the House of Blues in Hollywood on November 1st, and Slim’s in San Francisco on November 2nd. For more tour dates and ticket info, click here.

The Keep a Breast Foundation was formed in 2000 to address the growing need for breast cancer awareness programs to educate young people. KAB’s mission is to eradicate breast cancer by inspiring young people to adopt lifestyle choices that have long-term health benefits. “We can make the difference by raising awareness, raising people’s spirits and helping to save lives,” says founder Shaney jo Darden.

You might have seen Keep A Breast’s education booth at numerous festivals over the past decade, including the Vans Warped Tour, Country Throw Down and the Honda Civic Tour. With this new tour, KAB has essentially just taken out the middle man.  But keep an eye out year round, because a KAB booth will still be at countless shows to help raise breast cancer awareness through its informative and artistic display of breast casts, information materials and interactive activities.

Many artists and musicians over the years have participated in Keep a Breast events, including Tom Delonge of Angels and Airwaves, Katy Perry, Pink, Maya Ford of the Donnas, The Foo Fighters and many more.

For the foundation’s official website, including a history of the foundation, go to: About KAB. To donate directly, please visit the KAB donations page here.

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