It's Cooperpalozza at Touch of Texas, 1240 Front Street in Binghamton this Sunday, February 24th from 1 to 4 p.m. It's a St. Baldricks Event and that  means that they are going to be raising money by shaving peoples heads to bring awareness to Childhood Cancer.

There'll be music, food and fun along with celebrity bartenders serving up the beverages while helping out this great cause. If you haven't heard about the St. Baldrick's Foundation, go here to find out more.

For those that may not know the story behind Cooperpalozza, Cooper Busch was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia when he was four years old and unfortunately he lost his battle in May 2018. His family keeps his memory alive by saving the day for others.

You can learn more about Super Cooper Saves the Day here. There will also be Super Cooper socks available for sale for only $10 each and come in a variety of sizes at Cooperpalooza.

If you haven't heard, Joe Nichols is also coming to Touch of Texas on March 15th. While you're at Cooperpalozza on Sunday, get your tickets at the box office or get them here.

Can't make it on Sunday but would like to donate? Go here and help to end childhood cancer.

[via St. Baldrick's Foundation/Super Cooper Saves the Day]