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All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game Tickets
All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game Schedule
Once again the Power 106 All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game is back! This year's event will take place on September 21st at the Galen Center on the USC campus and will once again feature some of the biggest stars in the music industry hooping it up for a great cause. The event gets underway at 4:00 PM and features amazing performances, speakers, and of course great basketball featuring all of your favorite hip hop and R&B stars. For years Power 106 has been the place to go on your radio dial for R&B and hip hop in the Los Angeles area and, based on past All-Star Celebrity Basketball Games, they definitely know how to throw a party. This is one event that no music or basketball lover will want to miss so be sure to get your tickets early because it is also one of the most popular annual events in Los Angeles and tickets never stay available long.
All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game History
The All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game is one of the most popular events put on by Power 106 each year, and everyone involved appears to be having the time of their lives from the fans in the stands to the hosts to the superstars playing in the game and performing. Each year the event gets bigger and bigger and more and more celebrities are eager to be a part of this one of a kind event. The All-Star Celebrity Basketball game never fails in bringing in world class talent who are eager to put on an unforgettable show for all of their fans in the crowd. This year's event will feature Chris Brown, Trey Songz, Arlen Escarpeta, Tyga, Jason Derulo, Young Hollywood, Nana Gwebonyo, Nick Cannon, The Game, Airdogg, Dizzy Wright, Riff Raff, Kunal Nayyer, Nyambi Myambi, and Sage the Gemini playing in the game while there will also be special performances by Ariana Grande, Jasmine Villegas, Tinashe, and Kalin & Myles. Even G-Easy will be making an appearance at the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game. The perfect combination of music, entertainment, and sports, the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game is a unique event held at the Galen Center, home of the USC basketball team, that will surely provide memories to last a lifetime.
Basketball is one of the most exciting sports there is, and watching your favorite performers playing for a great charity is an experience like no other. When you set foot in Galen Arena for the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game this will all be clear. As the teams set up for opening tip off the fans stand up and vociferously cheer for the side featuring their favorite stars who are eager to put on a show for their biggest fans. The game continues full of back and forth action, big time shots, and ample showboating. Before you know it the clock is winding down and suddenly both sides get a little more serious as their pride sets in and everyone wants their side to come out on top. Your palms get sweaty with each trip down the floor and each time a player from your favorite team lets loose a shot you hold your breath until the ball tickles the twine. This continues until the final buzzer when one side finally emerges victorious. This is when the two teams once again relax and you get to see your favorite stars celebrating together and putting on one final exciting performance for the crowd.
All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game Seating Options
There is simply no reason not to attend the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game as tickets are available no matter what your price range. Those looking to save some money and still be part of the event can get the cheaper seats near the top of the arena, while big spenders can splurge on VIP court side seats and be right up close and personal to all of their favorite superstars. Wherever you find yourself sitting for the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game you will surely have an incredible time that you will be talking about for months, if not years, to come.
All of the proceeds from the All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game go to benefit Homeboy Industries, which is a program founded by Father Greg Boyle that reaches out to at-risk youth and former gang members. The program offers tattoo removal, mental health programs, education, and job training. Homeboy Industries runs several other small businesses that employ the young adults it helps including: Homeboy Bakery, Homeboy/Homegirl Merchandise, Homegirl Cafe and Catering, Homeboy Farmers Markets, Homeboy Silkscreen and Embroidery, The Homeboy Diner at City Hall, and Homeboy Grocery. Power 106 has long been a presence on the airwaves in the Los Angeles area, the signal at 105.9 first began broadcast in 1959 with an easy listening format, but changed to its current format in 1986 after the station was bought by Emmis Communications.
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