Road to No Reaction heads toward CMoR

Allergy musician (did you know there was such a thing?) Kyle Dine is on a mission: to use positive, kid-friendly music to raise awareness about food allergies. He’ll let Richmond in on the fun with a stop at CMoR – Central on May 12th.

Allergy musician (did you know there was such a thing?) Kyle Dine is on a mission.

After growing up with allergies to peanuts, tree nuts, eggs, seafood, and mustard–and after experiencing the worst anaphylactic reaction of his life on Christmas Day 2005–Kyle’s made it his business to use music to raise awareness and educate about food allergies. Through his Road to No Reaction Allergy 2013 Tour (which makes a stop at the Children’s Museum of Richmond – Central on May 12th) he hopes to do just that.

Kyle’s music takes the focus off of the scarier parts of food allergies and works to empower and equip his listeners to confidently navigate the challenges that can come with this lifelong condition. And while the music is geared towards kids, adults will get a kick out of it, too. For example, here’s an absolutely wonderful tune he put out on YouTube last Christmas:

Kyle will perform at CMoR Central (2626 W. Broad Street) on Sunday, May 12th at 12:00 PM and at 2:00 PM. Admission is free; regular CMoR admission is not required to attend the concert.

For more about Kyle–and to preview some of his music before the show–stop by

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Valerie Catrow

Valerie Catrow is editor of RVAFamily, mother to a mop-topped first grader, and always really excited to go to bed.

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