The show will feature music, performances and uplifting stories about people living with Epidermolysis Bullosa, a life-threatening genetic disorder that causes skin to easily tear and blister.
Vedder, who co-founded the EB Research Partnership with his wife Jill, will premiere a new song called "Matter of Time" and a new version of "Say Hi," both of which were inspired by families dealing with EB.
"Ed and I are incredibly grateful to everyone joining us for Venture Into Cures," Jill Vedder said in a statement. "Every day kids with EB and their families face astonishing challenges. This event will give people a glimpse into their world. EBRP's mission is to find a cure for EB, and this event will help bring us one step closer to making that mission a reality by adding momentum to the work being done."
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