September Wraps Alopecia Areata Month 2021 in Blue

September 30th, 2021

Left to right: NIAGARA FALLS  Niagara Falls, NY and Ontario, Canada | ENGER TOWER  Duluth, MN | DAVENPORT SKYBRIDGE  Davenport, IA | MILWAUKEE COUNTY HISTORICAL SOCIETY  Milwaukee, WI (photo: Randy Scherkenbach) | HELIX GARAGE  Lexington, KY | SPERRY TOWER  Eagan, MN (photo: RayCap) | HISTORIC 10TH STREET BRIDGE  Great Falls, MT | WELLS FARGO’S DUKE ENERGY CENTER  Charlotte, NC | KENNETH F. BURNS MEMORIAL BRIDGE  Worcester, MA (photo: Nicole Richardson Photography) | CONCOURSE OFFICE PARK  Atlanta, GA (photo: Phillip Jones) | GOVERNOR MARIO M. CUOMO BRIDGE  Tarrytown, NY |  NASDAQ TOWER  New York, NY | LEGACY TOWER  Rochester, NY | KANSAS CITY POWER & LIGHT BUILDING  Kansas City, MO (photo: Power & Light Apartments) | FRANKLIN D. ROOSEVELT MID-HUDSON BRIDGE  Poughkeepsie, NY (photo: Angelo Marcialis, | JL TOWER  Anchorage, AK (photo: © | HOUSTON CITY HALL  Houston, TX | THE HEDLEY BUILDING  Troy, NY (photo: Randall Perry Photography) | FORE RIVER BRIDGE  Quincy, MA (photo: David Parsons) | MAIN STREET SQUARE SPIRES  Rapid City, SD (photo: South Dakota Tourism) | NASCAR HALL OF FAME  Charlotte, NC | RIVER LIGHTS IN THE ROCK  Little Rock, AR (photo: ©Brian Emfinger) | LEGISLATIVE HALL, DELAWARE STATE CAPITOL  Dover, DE | LAS VEGAS CITY HALL  Las Vegas, NV | SKYDANCE BRIDGE  Oklahoma City, OK | LONGFELLOW BRIDGE  Boston, MA | THE WHEEL AT ICON PARK  Orlando, FL | LEONARD P. ZAKIM MEMORIAL BRIDGE  Boston, MA (photo: David Fox) | CONCERT HEADQUARTERS  Lexington, MA

It’s been a bright blue September this year for Alopecia Areata Awareness Month as bridges, buildings and landmarks across the country illuminated blue to raise awareness for alopecia areata.

From illuminating our headquarters to providing shareable facts and materials throughout the month, we were proud to join the effort at Concert to spread the word about this challenging autoimmune disease. We were also honored to welcome distinguished guests this month through a virtual speaker series to bring key insights to the team about treating and living with alopecia areata.

Concert envisions a whole new future for alopecia areata patients, and we are proud to be developing a potential new treatment for this disease that could help make this future a reality. Until then, we’ll continue to work to raise awareness of the overall impact of alopecia areata and the challenges faced by people with alopecia areata.


Thank you to the many photographers who helped capture the illuminations: David Fox, Nicole Richardson Photography, Philip Jones, Angelo Marcialis, Randall Perry Photography, Power & Light Apartments, Brian Emfinger, Ken Graham Photography, David Parsons, RayCap, Randy Scherkenbach, and South Dakota Tourism.
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