Allergy Video Kickstarter Campaign – One Week Away


ONE WEEK AWAY until I launch my Kickstarter campaign to create a an allergy awareness video for schools! It will contain songs, puppets, and games that will educate students in a very fun way

If you are unfamiliar with Kickstarter, here’s the concept in a nutshell: It’s a “crowd-funding” site that allows people to support projects they believe in, well before the final product is finished. It allows you to help fund the development of something special – almost like a pre-sale…but so much better…( and explore!)

My campaign will allow you to purchase the DVD in advance, or other incredible opportunities like having YOUR child appear in the film! I’ll be announcing all of the available “reward levels” very soon…

This should be a lot of fun and I hope you and your fam can come for the ride! Let’s support more allergy education in our schools!


Kyle Dine’s Kickstarter Launch Date is Set – Nov. 21st



We are officially three weeks away from launching the Kickstarter campaign that will help bring food allergy education into more schools than ever before!

Am I excited? Yes!
Am I little nervous? Well, yeah!

I have purposely delayed the launch date for this campaign until late November as I will finally be done my fall tour by then. Life on the road is tough. Life on the road while running a Kickstarter campaign is impossible. I look forward to giving this campaign 100% so we can tackle the biggest hurdle in making this video a reality – funding.

I will be releasing much more information as we get closer to November 21st, such as the reward levels and the Kickstarter promotion video I recorded this fall. Please sign-up to my video project mailing list for project updates and knock knock jokes :) – all of the info you need is at

Here we go!


FAACT Teen Conferece

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Kyle Dine & Kenton Duty Leading FAACT’s Teen Conference!

Who is joining us in Chicago?!

The Food Allergy & Anaphylaxis Connection Team, FAACT‘s Inaugural Teen Conference in Chicago is sure to be a treat! Teen sessions will be led by food allergy musician Kyle Dine with help from two FAACT spokespersons, actor Kenton Duty and figure skater Kendall Hollinger.

This is your chance to meet others who share the same experiences as you and your family.

Dates you need to know for the Teen Conference in Chicago:
• Conference: October 24-26, 2014
• Hotel Deadline: OCTOBER 14*
• Registration Deadline: October 15

* Hotel rooms may be reserved at standard rates based on availability.

What better way to tackle Halloween food-allergy frights than a fun Halloween-themed weekend?! Special events include:

• A carnival-themed teen social Friday night with “Murder at the Masquerade” by The Murder Mystery Co., with games, prizes, magic, and a murder mystery at the masquerade!
• The Saturday night teen social, “Halloween Monster Mash Dance Party,” will be full of dance, music, karaoke, games, and a COSTUME PARTY! Costumes must be age-appropriate.

There will be a Parent’s Social Friday evening while the teens are enjoying their night of mystery.

Registration fees, speaker bios, and the teen and parent schedules are available on our Web site. If you are a FAACT Patron, you received a discount code to use while registering. (Misplaced it? E-mail for details.)

Don’t miss our Teen Conference in Chicago – a Halloween-themed weekend full of magic, mystery, team building, and education.

Thank you to our National Sponsors, Sanofi US and Enjoy Life Foods, for making this weekend possible!


Food Allergy Bloggers Conference Recap

I was so unbelievably thrilled to be able to attend the Food Allergy Bloggers Conference (#FABlogCon) in Las Vegas last weekend.

I admit….I am not the best allergy blogger as I think I average one post a month! However, you know my main mission is to spread awareness through music, and I loved having the opportunity to meet and network with so many incredible bloggers, advocates, companies and more at this conference.

I was lucky to attend on behalf of Anaphylaxis Canada who was one of the conference sponsors. They have two great blogs that I highly recommend you subscribe to for their unique content:

1) Allergy Free Press – Blog written by teenagers with food allergies (

2) Adults with Allergies – Blog written by allergic adults – you guessed it! (

I also moderated a panel on food allergies and intimacy which I thought went over very well. I work a lot with allergic teens, and pulled together some first-hand accounts from teens and their thoughts on the topic. There were many perspectives on the panel that helped create a really unique session.

I don’t even know where to start on describing how amazing this conference was. It was truly one of, if not the best conference I’ve ever attended. So many amazing topics were discussed, the food was unbelievable, and the organization by Jenny Mitchell Sprague and Homa Woodrum was top-notch. I see this conference getting bigger and bigger every year.

I loved meeting all of these amazing people face to face after years of collaborating online. I also met some new people doing some very creative things in the allergy world that I was happy to connect with. One of the most fun moments of the conference for me was the after-party on the first night. I decided to bring my guitar along with me, which then turned into a long night of singing and having fun.

I came out of this conference with so much more knowledge, connections, and friends. I can only hope to attend again next year and hope to see you there!

With my good friend Caroline Moassessi  from

With my good friend Caroline Moassessi from

One hilarious quote I saw this week "Only Kyle Dine can pull off a puppet at a cocktail party!"

One hilarious quote I saw this week “Only Kyle Dine can pull off a puppet at a cocktail party!”

Anaphylaxis Canada's table (more info at

Anaphylaxis Canada’s table (more info at

Getting to meet Jerome Bettis was an absolute thrill! He was my childhood idol - I'm a huge Steelers fan!

Getting to meet Jerome Bettis was an absolute thrill! He was my childhood idol – I’m a huge Steelers fan!


Having fun at the after party!


Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference

Kyle Dine Anaphylaxis Canada

I am really thrilled to be speaking at the Food Allergy Blogger’s Conference this weekend in Las Vegas. I will be participating on behalf of Anaphylaxis Canada who has graciously decided to sponsor such a wonderful conference that brings together so many amazing and passionate allergy advocates and educators. I will be promote our brand new blog I will be trading my puppets and guitar in for the weekend for a suit and tie which will be a change!

More details about the event can be found at:

Looking forward to meeting many great people there, and to share pictures and thoughts via Instagram and Twitter.


Kyle Dine’s Spring Tour – It’s Booking Time!


That’s right folks! This spring I will be back on the road helping schools raise food allergy awareness amongst their students with my fun and educational assemblies.

This fall was fully booked 6 months beforehand, so I urge interested schools to get in touch ASAP to confirm a spot in the two months I will be touring this spring.

I have a flyer with more details about my performances at:

To get more information on specific availability or to confirm a date, please contact me directly at