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Light It Up Blue for Alopecia Areata Awareness Month 2021

August 31st, 2021

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This September, in recognition of Alopecia Areata Awareness Month, we’re proud to help the patient advocacy groups raise awareness about this challenging autoimmune disease with an expanded #LightItUpBlue4AlopeciaAreata illumination program across the country.

Throughout the month, bridges, buildings and landmarks from Massachusetts to Texas to Alaska will recognize the importance of raising alopecia areata awareness and will be illuminated blue. We will be highlighting each illumination on the Concert Twitter page, @ConcertPharma, and LinkedIn page, so please feel free to follow along and share.

This year, the community is invited to join the #LightItUpBlue4AlopeciaAreata campaign. Here are two suggestions:

  1. Swap out a blue lightbulb on your porch light or in your favorite lamp, then take a selfie with the light and share on social media. You can find inexpensive blue bulbs at a store near you or online.
  2. Check the schedule below for illuminations near you and go see them in person, taking a selfie to share on social media.

If you light up your home in blue or visit any of the illuminations, please tag #LightItUpBlue4AlopeciaAreata in your social media posts.

2021 Illumination Schedule

    • September 1-30: The Hedley Building – Troy, New York
    • September 1-2: Houston City Hall – Houston, Texas
    • September 3: JL Tower – Anchorage, Alaska
    • September 3: Leonard P. Zakim Bunker Hill Memorial Bridge – Boston, Massachusetts
    • September 3: Longfellow Bridge – Boston, Massachusetts
    • September 3: Fore River Bridge – Quincy, Massachusetts
    • September 3: Kenneth F. Burns Memorial Bridge – Worcester, Massachusetts
    • September 4: Niagara Falls – Niagara Falls, New York and Ontario, Canada, 10:00-10:15 p.m. ET
    • September 7: Las Vegas City Hall – Las Vegas, Nevada
    • September 7: Enger Tower, Duluth, Minnesota
    • September 8: The Wheel at Icon Park – Orlando, Florida
    • September 8-9: NASCAR Hall of Fame – Charlotte, North Carolina
    • September 10: Helix Garage – Lexington, Kentucky
    • September 10: Concourse Office Park – Atlanta, Georgia
    • September 13: Sperry Tower – Eagan, Minnesota
    • September 14: Kansas City Power & Light Building – Kansas City, Missouri
    • September 15 (and 22): Nasdaq Tower – New York, New York
    • September 16: Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge – Tarrytown, New York
    • September 17-19: Legislative Hall: Delaware State Capitol  – Dover, Delaware
    • September 20: Franklin D. Roosevelt Mid-Hudson Bridge – Poughkeepsie, New York
    • September 20-26: Davenport Skybridge, Davenport, Iowa
    • September 21: Wells Fargo’s Duke Energy Center – Charlotte, North Carolina
    • September 22 (and 15): Nasdaq Tower – New York, New York
    • September 23: Milwaukee County Historical Society – Milwaukee, Wisconsin
    • September 24: Historic 10th Street Bridge – Great Falls, Montana
    • September 27: River Lights in the Rock – Little Rock, Arkansas
    • September 28: Legacy Tower – Rochester, New York
    • September 29: Skydance Bridge – Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
    • September 30: Main Street Square – Rapid City, South Dakota

Throughout the month, we will also share facts about alopecia areata to help people understand this life-altering autoimmune disease, along with materials about the disease that you can download and share.

The Concert team will also recognize Alopecia Areata Awareness Month with special activities virtually again this year. We look forward to our Guest Speaker series to hear the patient perspective on living with alopecia areata and gain insights about treating people with the disease via video conference.

Please join us and #LightItUpBlue4AlopeciaAreata this September!

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