FW Ronald McDonald House Tailgate Sept 30th

Rise, Rally & Red Shoes

On Saturday, September 30, Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth’s young professionals group, The Red Shoe Society, is hosting its annual tailgate party at Lola’s Trailer Park to raise funds for the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. The “Rise, Rally and Red Shoes” event kicks off at noon, and will feature a “Best Tailgate Taste” cook-off, college football, and live music by Matt Tedder and his band Fatt Chedder.

Celebrity judges for the “Best Tailgate Taste” cook-off include Executive Chef Derek Venutolo from The Capital Grille, Fort Worth Star-Telegram’s Sean Burke, Sarah Castillo from Taco Heads, Keith Hicks from Buttons, and Keith Damien Grober from Salsa Limon.

Tickets are $20 each and include food, two beverage tickets, and live music. Children under 12 are free, and there are $10 tickets for those not drinking. “Rise, Rally and Red Shoes” attendees are encouraged to bring their families and pets to support the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth. Learn more about the event or purchase tickets by visiting their website.

“Rise, Rally and Red Shoes is our spirited, family-friendly annual event where we raise funds for the House,” says Kristin Smith, Chair of The Red Shoe Society. “The Red Shoe Society is pleased to lead this event on behalf of the Ronald McDonald House of Fort Worth because we believe deeply in the mission of the House, which is a one-of-a-kind organization in our community. To be able to spend a beautiful Saturday afternoon with the Fort Worth community while spreading the word about this incredible organization is immeasurable.”

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