Only 200 available! 100% of donations go directly to the Gilda’s Club
Join Honorary Host Tyler Beam and Gilda’s Club for an evening at Ashbourne Farms featuring Grammy Award-winning artists in the Ashbourne All-Star Bluegrass Band.
This event is sold out. If you would like to show your support, please click below to make a donation to Gilda’s Club in Tyler Beam’s honor.
• Valet Parking
• Heavy Hors d’Oeuvres Stations
• Full-Service Bars
• Bourbon tastings with Julian VanWinkle and Campbell Brown
• An hour-long performance by the Ashbourne Farms All-Star Bluegrass Band
• An auction featuring exclusive experiences and rare bourbon
• Psychic readings in the Show Barn Silo
• A Field Proven Calls duck calling competition
“Living with cancer is not a choice, how you live with it is.” At Gilda’s Club Kentuckiana, we strive to be the support you and your loved ones need to get through a cancer diagnosis. We offer a supportive community and a variety of programming to assist you, your loved ones or any members of your circle who are struggling. We believe life is meant to be lived even when cancer is a part of it. For more information on how we can help and how you can help others, click here.
“In September 1999 during my senior year in college (not sure which senior year) my brain tumor was discovered and it’s hard to believe we’ve been traveling this journey for more than two decades. Living with brain cancer for more than 7,000 consecutive days without one clean MRI, in total, there have been 65 rounds of radiation, eight brain surgeries, and nearly five years of six different types of chemotherapy. I’ve died on the operating table, and the nights falling asleep unsure if I was going to wake up the next morning too many to count. For almost two decades I’ve been fixated on looking ahead to see how much further we must travel until I cross the finish line officially ending my cancer journey thus allowing me to finally start living a normal life. But with everything I could’ve ever hoped for, my life has been so much greater than normal if given a second chance I could only hope that my exact journey the last 20 years would be a choice. Sometimes I catch myself looking in the wrong direction, fixated on how much further I have to go instead of celebrating the milestones recognizing how far we’ve come. Not medical treatment, but the treatment from an amazing family and friends is the reason I’m alive today and that in itself is a reason to celebrate.”