K-Fed Night at Grizzlies Stadium
FRESNO, Calif. - The Fresno Grizzlies are proud to announce that Saturday's game versus the Sacramento Rivercats will be dubbed K-Fed Night in honor of Fresno native Kevin Federline. The night full of laughs will be kicked off by a temporary tattoo giveaway which the first 3,000 fans to enter Grizzlies Stadium will receive. In addition, fans can expect to be entertained by video clips illustrating Federline's career and a skit from Parker, the Grizzlies mascot.
Federline was born and raised in Fresno, attending Bullard High School. Since leaving the area he has worked as a back-up dancer for acts such as Pink, LFO, and Justin Timberlake. Federline has achieved nearly all of his notoriety for marrying pop-music princess Britney Spears but has also made an appearance in the movie You Got Served and is releasing a rap album in October.
Fans attending the game are encouraged to dress in a style similar to Federline and celebrate the career of a Fresno legend.
For more information about K-Fed Night at Grizzlies Stadium, please contact Ryan Alexander at 559-994-6261.
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