Marquee Events

Make a new memory at one of our marquee events. Join us as we celebrate brain health with special guests in fabulous Las Vegas.

Keep Memory Alive Charity Poker Tournament

September 27

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Our events are more than just a party. They’re a celebration of life.

Attend a party with a purpose. 100% of ticket sales and donations raised benefit Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health’s programs, services, and research. Our variety of events promise something for everyone, so come join us for the fun!

Upcoming Events

2019 Keep Memory Alive Charity Poker Tournament

Go all-in for memories at the 2nd annual Keep Memory Alive Charity Poker Tournament.

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3rd Annual Whiskey on the Rocks 2019

3rd Annual Whiskey on the Rocks 2019

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2019 Vegas Gives

2019 VEGAS Gives

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Why We Host the Best Events in Vegas and Beyond

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Keep Memory Alive is an event-driven, philanthropic organization that routinely taps celebrity chefs and entertainers to throw parties with a purpose: fundraising to build a brain span that matches our lifespan.

Since the first dinner held honoring Lou Ruvo in 1995, our events have grown into world-famous private affairs. Keep Memory Alive events offer guests an intimate, up-close experience with A-list chefs and entertainers, such as Wolfgang Puck, Andrea Bocelli and more. Join us in our mission of eradicating brain afflictions by attending one of the best parties in town.

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Upcoming Events

Let's make some memories, while saving memory! Check out our upcoming fundraising events.

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Rent the Event Center

Want to plan a private event at the Keep Memory Alive Event Center? A portion of the revenue supports brain research. Preview the space and learn more.

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Fundraise for Keep Memory Alive

Bring your friends and family together to help raise awareness and critical funds to support the life-changing mission of Cleveland Clinic Lou Ruvo Center for Brain Health.

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