Lady Antebellum is getting ready to ping pong it up at their first Ping Pong & Songs tournament, and not only will they be having oodles and oodles of fun, but while they play, they'll also be raising money for LadyAID.
Upon entering the competition, a $300 team entry fee will be applied, and each player will receive a t-shirt, a limited-edition paddle and a ticket to the event. However, if you wanna spend a little less, and don't wanna play, you can get a spectator or concert package for $100 and a tournament-only ticket for $20.
The competition will feature 31 doubles teams, and if you're as good as you think you are, you may even make it to the final celebrity round with a chance to win the grand prize.
The point of this charity is to bring awareness to children in need, and to do just that, Lady Antebellum teamed up St. Jude Children's Research Hospital, Monroe Carell Jr. Children's Hospital at Vanderbilt, Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, the UN Refugee Agency and myLIFEspeaks.
So if you wanna be part of this AH-MAYZING affair, take your paddles and money to the The Ensworth School in Nashville on March 23, but don't forget to sign up here!!
[Image courtesy of Lady Antebellum.]
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