Slice Night returns Sept. 26 to benefit cancer research

Eat pizza at annual event

By Elizabeth Clinch

Enjoy all the pizza you can eat 5-9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 26, at Yeatman’s Cove during the sixth annual Slice Night, a pizza tasting event benefitting the University of Cincinnati Cancer Institute.

Slice Night is a family friendly event featuring unlimited pizza from 16 local pizzerias and local music and entertainment provided by Q102.

“Slice Night is one of the greatest nights in our city,” said Dr. William Barrett, professor and chair of the UC Department of Radiation Oncology and director of the UC Cancer Institute. “So many people coming together for such a great cause is the ultimate testament to the strength of our community.”

Tickets are available in advance for $15 or $20 at the door. Tickets for children are $5 and required for those 10 and under. VIP tickets are $50 and include a parking pass, two drink tickets and access to a VIP tent which features seating, a private bar, pizza sampling and dessert. Visit to purchase tickets in advance.

“With 100% of the ticket price going to cancer research at the UC Cancer Institute, our community’s attendance translates directly into more support for groundbreaking research, treatments and new cures,” said Barrett.

Featured image at top: Eat all the pizza you can at this year's Slice Night. 

Event information 

Date: 5-9 p.m., Thursday, Sept. 26

Location: Yeatman's Cove - Downtown Cincinnati

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