About Concerts for a Cause

Concerts for a Cause was created in 2007 and has held an annual marquee event, the Concert for Epilepsy, which was founded by Chad Barth in honor of his sister, Christina Ann Sauer, who was only six months old when her epileptic seizures began.

The concerts have honored Christina’s passion for music and raised financial support for the important work of improving the lives of those with epilepsy as well as promoting research for a cure.

Concerts for a Cause is now expanding its horizons with the hope of helping more Americans in need of assistance. Together, we have the opportunity to have fun, celebrate our patriotism and make a difference in the lives of others.

Our Venue

The Concerts for a Cause Pavilion is a venue unlike any other at the 2016 Republican National Convention in Cleveland. An open-air amphitheater (rivaling world-renowned Red Rocks) along the Cuyahoga River in downtown Cleveland, and with this rock-and-roll city as a backdrop, it is the can’t miss hub in 2016.

For the 2016 Republican National Convention, the Concerts for a Cause Pavilion will present a world-class environment that is ensured to be the envy of credential holders throughout the Convention.

The Concerts for a Cause Pavilion will be the ideal location to meet party leaders, entertain with top-notch musical acts and celebrate your brand with thousands of high-profile and highly-influential Americans that are passionate about their beliefs in our nation!

With spectacular views, immaculate catering and concert-worthy production, the Concerts for a Cause Pavilion will truly impress.