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Light It Up Blue for Alopecia Areata Month 2020

August 31st, 2020

Throughout Alopecia Areata Awareness Month in September, we’re proud to help raise awareness about this challenging autoimmune disease. This year we’re excited to #LightItUpBlue for alopecia areata across the country. Throughout the month, bridges, buildings and landmarks from Boston to Atlanta to Seattle will be illuminated blue. We will be highlighting each blue lighting on the Concert Twitter page, @ConcertPharma, and LinkedIn page, so please feel free to follow along and share.

If you visit any of the illuminations, please take a photo and tag #LightItUpBlue in your social media postings.

#LightItUpBlue for Alopecia Areata Illumination Schedule 2020

  • September 1: Niagara Falls (9:45-10pm ET) – Niagara Falls, NY and Ontario, Canada
  • September 1: Zakim Bridge – Boston, MA
  • September 1: Burns Bridge – Worcester, MA
  • September 1-30: Hedley Building and River Street Market – Troy, NY
  • September 2-3 and 5-8: Atlanta Concourse Office Park – Atlanta, GA
  • September 8: Mid-Hudson Bridge – Poughkeepsie, NY
  • September 14: Kansas City Power and Light Building – Kansas City, MO
  • September 15: Seattle Great Wheel – Seattle, WA
  • September 21: Nasdaq Tower in Times Square – New York, NY
  • September 23: 10th Street Bridge – Great Falls, MT
  • September 28: River Light in the Rock – Little Rock, AR

We will also share facts about alopecia areata to help people understand this life-altering autoimmune disease and a PDF infographic about the disease that you can download and share.

The Concert team usually also recognizes Alopecia Areata Awareness Month with special activities at our headquarters, and we’ll be doing this virtually this year. We look forward to welcoming an expert guest speaker via video conference to learn and participating in virtual team activities to support our commitment to developing a treatment for alopecia areata.

Who do you wear blue for?

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