Paul McDonald & Nikki Reed Perform at Bloomingdales’ 2014 Pink Party

This Thursday, October 2, at 6pm, Bloomingdale’s invites the public to their 2014 Pink Party, an event which celebrates their 10 years of dedicated commitment to breast cancer awareness.

Performing at the event will be Paul McDonald & Nikki Reed. You may know Paul from his time on American Idol, and recognize Nikki from her role as Rosalie in the Twilight movies. Together, they channel country, folk, and blues through an indie rock prism.

Paul is currently in the studio writing and recording his highly anticipated solo album, which will be released with the support of his fans via a Kickstarter campaign. He has a personal connection to this cause, and is very excited to support the event as his mother was diagnosed with breast cancer a few years ago. You can keep up with Paul McDonald on his official website, Facebook, and Twitter.

The evening’s program begins with a welcome from Bloomingdale’s CEO Tony Spring and remarks by Elizabeth Hurley, Global Ambassador for The Estée Lauder Companies’ Breast Cancer Awareness Campaign.  Following the speakers, the indie folk duo will take the stage, in support of BCRF, for a rare duet performance, featuring hits from their debut album I’m Not Falling.

Shoppers are also invited to find their inner cancer fighting character and express themselves in a fun photo booth with illustrator and author of Cancer Vixen: A True Story, Marisa Acocella Marchetto and Bob Carey, photographer and Linda Carey, co-founders of The Tutu Project.

We hope to see you at this event! Bloomingdales is located at 1000 3rd Avenue, New York, NY.


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