In Concert for Cancer
Enjoy Music. Support Research. Cure Cancer.

About ICFC

We are a group of cancer warriors, music industry professionals, event producers, and sponsors, who along with their family and friends, want to make a difference in our community by combining two passions: a love of live music performances and a commitment to funding cancer research.

Now in its sixth year, In Concert for Cancer (ICFC) is an exciting annual concert event based in Seattle, Washington that unites our community by sharing the joy of world-class live music performances, while helping raise awareness and funding for ground-breaking, life-saving, immunotherapy cancer treatment and research.

Our joyful concert event presents the world's most accomplished and exciting artists to help inspire and give hope to cancer patients, their families, caregivers, and the greater cancer community.

We utilize support from corporate sponsorships, grants, and individual giving to underwrite the cost of its operating budget, so that 100% of our concert net proceeds fund childhood cancer treatment and research at Seattle Children's Research Institute.

ICFC was founded by Michele Abrams, a veteran concert producer and her husband, Jeff Christensen, a Pharmacist. Together they have lost family and friends to cancer which was the impetus to using their collective experience, and passion for music, in the fight against cancer.

ICFC is produced and presented by its sister company BrightStar Entertainment which for over twenty years has created and presented live music events for some of the world's most recognizable brands.

ICFC works with a talented team of recording artists, production professionals, web developers and designers, sponsors and volunteers, all of whom make the company's work possible.

Help us fund life-saving cancer treatment and research.

Contact ICFC:
(office) 425-486-7470
(email) info@inconcertforcancer.org


In Concert for Cancer is a sponsored project of Fractured Atlas, a non-profit arts service organization. Contributions for the charitable purposes of In Concert for Cancer are paid directly to "Fractured Atlas" and are tax-deductible to the extent permitted by law.