Pinz Bowling in Studio City will have a special event on March 6, 2013.
The Wanted, Pete Wentz, Fall Out Boy, Ozomatli, Akon & others Ante-up for 7th Annual Stars & Strikes Celebrity Bowling & Poker Tournament To Benefit A Place Called Home on March 6, 2013
Confirmed celebs include:
T. Mills Sammy Adams
7Lions W3 The Future
Young Blood Hawke
Drop City Yacht Club
DJ Skee of KIIS FM,
Thank You X
Jessie and the Toy Boys
The 7th Annual Stars & Strikes Celebrity Bowling and Poker Tournament will raise money to benefit A Place Called Home (APCH). This will be an all-ages high energy event featuring 34 lanes of bowling action, a No-Limit All-In Texas Hold’em professional-level poker tournament, delicious food, tasty drinks, the excitement of the red carpet and much more.
Funds raised benefit APCH, a safe haven in South Central Los Angeles that supports underserved inner-city youth and empowers them to take ownership of the quality and direction of their lives through programs in education, the arts, nutrition, fitness, college preparation and college scholarships.
2013 Stars & Strikes sponsors include: Grammy-award winning producer and OneRepublic lead singer Ryan Tedder, Coldplay, Insomniac Productions, Republic Records, Dr. Luke, Kemosabe, Prescription Songs, Warner Music Group, 2101 Records, RCA, Todd Wagner Foundation, Wolfiskin, Peer Music, Whole Foods Market, Symphonic Love Foundation & Phase Too, Inc., Interscope, Island Def Jam, City National Bank, Red Bull Records, Capitol Music Group, Pitt Group, and Clear Channel Entertainment, Los Angeles.
Tickets are available now for $80, $125 and $250
The event will take place at: PINZ Bowling & Entertainment Center
12655 Ventura Blvd
Studio City, CA 91604
WHEN: Wednesday, March 6, 2013. From 7pm – 2 am click here for more info and to buy Tickets
ABOUT: Over the past six years, Stars & Strikes for APCH, which is Executive Produced by Thirty-Three Productions, Inc. has raised more than $500,000 for APCH’s free programs, with a focus on the teens; providing recreation, field trips, academic tutoring, college preparation, college tours and scholarships for hundreds of South Central teens, many of whom have gone on to break negative cycles and be the first in their families to attend college.