Earth Wind & Fire headlines drive-in concert at Rose Bowl to raise money to fight MS
Myung Chun, Taylor Arthur
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In 1993, Nancy Davis founded the organization Race to Erase MS after being diagnosed with the autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis. The purpose of the organization was to spread knowledge and raise funds to allow doctors and researchers to aggressively combat the disease.
Riding on the heels of a successful 2020 drive-in event, Drive-in to Erase MS kicked off the opening of the Rose Bowl in Pasadena on Saturday with a headlining performance by Earth Wind & Fire as well as an Alice + Olivia by Stacey Bendet fashion show.
Scroll to see photos by our photographer Myung Chun, who documented the event.
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