Win tix to see Rocco Deluca headline at the White Light White Night benefit this weekend

This weekend, the South Bay plays host to the annual gala known as White Light White Night, benefitting the nonprofit Walk With Sally, which works to mentor and support children who have parents with cancer. This year, White Light White Night features So Cal native Rocco Deluca as the headlining musical guest.

With South Bay cuisine and 360° views of Los Angeles, this event is where white attire-wearing guests will be able to sample appetizers and foods from various renowned LA eateries and imbibe wines, beers and spirits all provided by local businesses. With an exclusive performance by Rocco DeLuca, the event will be hosted on the evening of Saturday, July 10, 2010 at the South Bay BMW lot and rooftop in Torrance. That’s right – the concert and event are being held on the roof!

General tickets cost $100 per person and VIP tickets, allowing access to the silent and live auction (offering one‐of‐a‐kind products and experiences including tickets to sporting events and lavish vacation packages), cost $150 per person and can be purchased online.

Walk With Sally is dedicated to providing mentoring support programs and services to children of parents or siblings with cancer through free of charge mentoring support programs and services that provide an emotionally safe environment for children to share their difficult experience with someone who has suffered the same.

Walk With Sally is also generously giving a pair of tickets to a lucky Blogging.LA reader! Just leave a comment on why you’d like to attend this event– you could tell us your favorite Rocco songs, list the eateries you’re most excited to try, or even share a personal story of cancer in the family. A winner will be selected by 3pm on Friday, July 9 and will be added to the guest list.

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  1. There are a few things in life that we may not be able to control….one of it is cancer. Unfortunately, I watched how cancer deteriorate a person’s body, mind, and soul. Let alone, watching the affect it had on their family. My friend’s mom had leukemia. Watching the pain the family had to deal with each and every day was very difficult. Her mother was an energetic individual. She rarely gets sick. But I knew something was wrong when her nose started bleeding…and it won’t stop. For the next few days she continued to have a fever, pain in his abdomen, vomiting and more difficulty walking from the bone pain. She was rushed to the hospital. The family found out she had cancer. She started her chemotherapy right away. All I could do is to hold my friend’s hand and offer her my ear to listen to her pain. Unfortunately, she died a few years later.

    I advise everyone to check out some of the best charities for supporting leukemia research or offering support to survivors.

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