Red Sox fans...this is just in....
Boston Red Sox All-Star Pitcher Josh Beckett,
Local Stars and Athletes Throw Strikes for Children
at 3rd Annual Beckett Bowl
Star-Studded Lineup of Boston’s Hottest Celebrities, Athletes, Musicians, and Comedians
Compete in Celebrity Bowling Tournament to Benefit Children’s Hospital
Boston Red Sox All-Star pitcher Josh Beckett will throw strikes of a different kind on September 10, when he hangs up his cleats and ties on a pair of bowling shoes at the third annual Beckett Bowl, a star-studded bowling tournament. All proceeds benefit the Josh Beckett Foundation and Children’s Hospital Boston.
Festivities will conclude with the official Absolut Beckett Bowl After-Party with Josh Beckett and friends to benefit the Josh Beckett Foundation. The after-party will feature celebrity appearances and live entertainment including performances by Texas Country Music star Pat Green, Matt Cline and DJ Buddy Costa.
Actors, comedians, musicians and past and current players from Boston’s professional sports teams.
Past Beckett Bowls have attracted some of the Boston’s top professional athletes and celebrities, including Beckett’s teammates Jacoby Ellsbury, Jonathan Papelbon, Jon Lester, David Ortiz, Jason Varitek, Tim Wakefield and Mike Lowell; HBO’s Entourage star Adrian Grenier; performer Darryl “DMC” McDaniels of legendary hip-hop trio Run DMC; Boston Celtics 2008 Finals MVP Paul Pierce and teammate Glen “Big Baby” Davis; Boston Bruins Patrice Bergeron and Milan Lucic; New England Patriots Randy Moss, Wes Welker, Adalius Thomas and Steve Gostowski; New England Revolution stars Matt Reis and Taylor Twellman; and many more.
A limited number of tickets for the bowling event and after-party are available now at ticketmaster.com or by calling 617-338-2766.
* Bowling event: $250
* After-party: $45
Thursday, September 10, 2009
6:00pm – 7:30pm: Red Carpet appearances (free-of-charge, open-to-public)
7:30pm – 9:00pm: Bowling event
8:30pm – 2:00am: Absolut Beckett Bowl After-party featuring Pat Green
Lucky Strike Lanes | 145 Ipswich Street | Boston
About The Josh Beckett Foundation
The Josh Beckett Foundation is a charitable organization established in 2007 by Boston Red Sox pitcher Josh Beckett to support community-based programs that strive to improve the health and well-being of children, especially children that are seriously ill, disabled, poor, or otherwise disadvantaged. The Foundation provides Beckett with an opportunity to have a direct and permanent impact on the lives of children throughout New England and in his hometown of Spring, Texas. Since its inception in 2007, Beckett Bowl has raised more than $500,000 for the Josh Beckett Foundation and Children’s Hospital.
In 2008 the hospital unveiled the Josh Beckett Cancer Treatment Room which features Boston Red Sox imagery including Beckett and his teammates, crowd scenes and the historic Fenway Park sign.