Following the T-Mobile Home Run Derby, the Gamers Party will take place on July 10 at the Pop Culture Museum in Seattle. The special, invite-only event will feature performances by multiple Grammy nominees Jack Harlow and Fat Joe. A star-studded roster of attendees will attend the hip-hop shows, including Ken Griffey Jr, MLBPA Executive Director Tony Clark, Lids President Bob Durda, Fanatics Collectibles’ Mike Mahan and Michael Rubin, Lids President Bob Durda and 2023 MLB. All-Stars who are members of the MLBPA.
“Baseball’s biggest and brightest stars will be in Seattle for All-Star Week, so I look forward to putting on a show,” Fat Joe said in a statement. “The Players Party will be a full movie and I’m grateful to the MLBPA, Lids and Topps for putting together such an incredible event that brings together baseball, entertainment and culture.”
The 2022 iteration was directed by global superstar J Balvin and included a surprise guest performance from Travis Scott. The VIP party took place before the ceremony. MLB All-Star Game and also hosted a wide variety of guests from the entertainment and sports world, including Kesha, James Harden, Landon Barker, Odell Beckham Jr., Offset, Miguel and more.
Harlow will likely perform tracks from her new album “Jackman”, which includes her viral single “They Don’t Love It”, and will break the Grammy-nominated 2022 record “Come Home The Kids Miss You”. Fat Joe has just come out of his lead appearance at the “Days Of Summer” Ship Festival, featuring performances by Jeezy and Lil Baby on a four-day cruise in the Bahamas.