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December 9, 2021 | Lindsey Meyer


ORLANDO, Fla. -  MARCH 2CURE, FREE FANFEST FOR TAILGREETER CURE BOWL. Help turn Church Street pink as cancer survivors lead the March 2Cure. 

GameDay festivities will begin at 2 P.M. with the March 2Cure, an official kickoff event for the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl. Join college football fans and cancer survivors on December 17th as Church Street turns pink for this FREE pregame street fest that ends in a community march to the gates of Exploria Stadium for the 6 P.M. kickoff.

Entertainment, games, battle of the bands, giveaways, and food and drink specials from some favorite Church Street restaurants and bars. No tickets required to attend the free March 2Cure event but don’t forget to purchase your tickets for the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl. 

All Cancer Survivors, Fighters, and Thrivers are encouraged to sign up to be a part of the march!  Sign up by visiting

The Orlando Sports Foundation holds an exclusive Member-Only Event during March 2Cure. There is still time to become a member and join the VIP pregame event and at the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl! Visit 


Join local dignitaries including Orlando Mayor Buddy Dyer and Orange County Mayor Jerry Demings at 4:30pm on December 17th on the steps of the historic Train Depot on Church Street for the March 2Cure, the opening ceremony for the 7th annual Cure Bowl then join the survivor led march down Church Street to the gates of Exploria Stadium for the 6 P.M. kickoff of the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl. Leading the March will include mascots from the Orlando Magic, Orlando Solar Bears, Orlando City Soccer, UCF as well CB the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl mascot. Don’t forget to wear your pink and help support the Tailgreeter Cure Bowl’s mission in bringing teams together to find a cure for cancer! 



About Tailgreeter 

Tailgreeter is a digital marketplace headquartered in Chicago, Ill., that connects tailgate hosts with fans that prefer to join a tailgate instead of trying to set it up themselves. Tailgreeter is elevating fans’ game day experiences one parking lot at a time. With hosts in more than 100 locations around the world and tailgates ranging from football and soccer games to races and concerts, Tailgreeter affords everyone an opportunity to enjoy an affordable, hassle-free experience. Find out more at 


About the Cure Bowl 

The Cure Bowl is more than a game. It is a platform to raise awareness for cancer research and recognize those that are fighting cancer or have survived cancer. Funds raised from the Cure Bowl directly benefit cancer research organizations such as the Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF). Since 2015, the bowl has helped raise a collective $3.88 million dollars to benefit cancer research. To learn more, visit 


About Orlando Sports Foundation 

The Orlando Sports Foundation (OSF) is a 501(c)(3) non-profit membership organization dedicated to raising funds and awareness for breast cancer research. The OSF holds several events throughout the year, including the Cure Bowl, which is an NCAA college football bowl game played each December. 

The foundation works with our stakeholders to involve the entire community to join us in our quest to bring teams together to find a cure for cancer. The Orlando Sports Foundation focuses on research because we know we will all have to continue to manage the problem until we solve it. We focus our efforts on cancer because it touches so many lives. Together, we can tackle this. Click here to donate 

For more information about the Orlando Sports Foundation or the Cure Bowl and affiliated events visit