Sept. 13, 2005
SEATTLE - University of Washington men's basketball coach Lorenzo Romar will speak Saturday, Sept. 17 at KeyArena as part of the Jammin' Against the Darkness event.
Event host Luke Ridnour of the Seattle Supersonics welcomes award-winning Christian musicians, other NBA players, BMX riders, and skaters for an inspirational, action-packed evening. Tickets are $11 for this event and the doors open at 6 p.m.
Jammin' is a 'super event' with something for everyone. Key Arena will be rocking as NBA players take to the court for basketball demonstrations, a three-point shoot-out, dunks, and crowd giveaways.
In addition to hoops and music, you'll be witness to an unbelievable live BMX and skate demonstration. Then you'll be treated to a personal side of the athletes rarely seen as they share the key to their faith and success.
Romar will share a word of encouragement and Jammin' co-founder Steve Jamison will bring a message of hope.
Preceding the evening's festivities inside KeyArena is the Jamfest Festival, an outdoor event that will take place all-day September 17th. Jamfest has an awesome 3-on-3 tournament, great local bands on the outdoor sound stage, a skate and BMX demonstration, and a children's area including inflatables for the kids.
For more information call 425-427-2182 or visit www.jamminevents.org/seattle