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Event Summary

Wichita non-profit, Coming Together for a Cure invites you to join us at our 10th annual "Concert in the Country" featuring Casey Donahew with Adam Capps Band, Prairie Smoke, and Remedy.

Support CTFAC’s mission of helping people with Muscular Dystrophy and other life-threatening diseases by advancing support, education, and access to adult stem-cell therapy.

9500 West 73rd Street North
W 73rd St N & N Ridge Rd
Valley Center, KS 67147

Event Details

This one of a kind event located at a rural lakeside property at 73rd and Ridge in Valley Center, Kansas offers fun for all ages!

Doors open at 4:00 pm with Remedy opening at 4:30 pm and access to a beer garden, food trucks including Big Chill, Hot 2 Trot, U-Hungry, Uno Mas and Urban Skillet, yard games and a silent auction and raffle.


Coming Together for a Cure

Started in 2009 as a fundraiser to benefit its founder, Ryan, Coming Together for a Cure is now a non-profit organization making global strides in raising awareness and support for the advancement of adult stem cell therapy.

Ryan had the idea to start a fundraiser to give back to the doctor responsible for treating him, to raise awareness so other people could have the same opportunities. Ryan continued to receive treatments each year, as he continued to grow muscle and strength from the treatments, so did the annual family fundraiser. As the fundraiser grew so did the news of Ryan’s one-of-a-kind story.

Ryan realized that he was the first person in the world with Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, (DMD) to be successfully treated using adult stem cell therapy. People from all over the globe began hearing his story and reached out to learn more. These people wanted to gain greater insight into the therapy involved, as well as simply seeking to find out how they could help. Often, people expressed what an inspiration Ryan was to them for fighting back against such a devastating disease.  The majority of people who reached out wanted to learn how their loved ones with DMD or other similar diseases could gain access to the same the