Free the Tatas Disco Ball

Free the Tatas Disco Ball - Hadassah New Orleans Event!

Benefiting Breast Cancer Research, Treatment, Education & Other Genetic Research.

New Orleans, LA, August 8, 2017: On September 9, 2017, join us for the New Orleans Chapter of Hadassah’s “Free the Tatas” Disco Ball at The Cannery (3803 Toulouse St.). This year, we proudly honor sisters Cathy Bart and Judy Lieberman, two women who were the forefront of preventative treatments against breast cancer over fifteen years ago. Before the BRCA positive gene was widely known and aggressive treatments were accepted, both women decided to take a progressive approach against breast cancer. Thanks to women like Cathy and Judy, preventative treatments are more widely accepted and understood.

The “Free the Tatas” Disco Ball is going to be a special night filled with music, food, and one-of-a-kind art. The evening will begin with the big reveal of our 18 specialty canvases. These canvases are photographs of the actual body painted torso of 18 women in our Greater New Orleans area who have been touched by breast cancer. Local New Orleans artists gathered at the Northshore Jewish Congregation—who generously donated their space, and painted each one of the women with a design that the developed together. Please visit our event website to learn about all the local artists who volunteered their time to create these amazing paintings.

Party-goers will also be wined and dined with cuisine provided by over 30 restaurants from all over town including Brick Oven Café, Byblos, Cook Brew Coffee by N.O. Coffee Co., Copeland’s of New Orleans, Mikimoto Japanese Restaurant, Louisiana Specialty Drinks, Casablanca, Copelands, Five Happiness, Red Dog Diner, Kosher Cajun, Vincent’s Italian Cuisine, Lebanon Cafe, Martin’s Wine Cellar, Toast, Maurice French Pastries, Melanie Blitz Catering, Crepes a la Carte, Fausto’s Bistro, Caffe Caffe, Palace Café, Joey K’s Restaurant, Lil Dizzy’s Café, Parkway Bakery & Tavern, Pho Orchid, Puerto Rico Coffee Inc., Riccobono’s Peppermill, Ristorante Filippo, Rommel Catering, Inc., and Stein’s Market and Deli.

If that’s not enough, the disco music is sure to get you dancing all night long with Crescent City DJ and a live auction led by Chuck Mutz of the Black Tie Auctioneer. Plus, you can even expect to see Trixie Minx performing throughout the night. The “Free the Tatas” Disco Ball is sure to be a night that will stand out from all others.

The purpose of this event is to raise awareness and support for Hadassah’s Breast Cancer and Genetic Research Programs including Breast Cancer Education, Advocacy and Prevention. Hadassah has been awarded 4 stars (93.31 out of 100) by Charity Navigator for directing the greatest number of dollars towards our mission with the least amount of administrative expenses. This year marks the centennial year for the New Orleans Hadassah Chapter which is sure to be a year to remember. Purchase tickets online at

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