Rap artist Jason Miller to do halftime show at Alley Cats game
Muncie, IN. Fort Wayne's Jason Miller will do the Indy Alley Cats halftime show on Saturday, Feb 25 at 7pm in a special game at the Muncie Central Fieldhouse in Muncie, Indiana as the Alley Cats take on the Detroit Wheels.
Jason Miller is an up and coming rap artist who has done a number of shows around the country. He opened up last year for one of the top rap artists in the U.S., Mike Jones, during the 2005 Indiana Black Expo and for the ABA All Star Weekend in Las Vegas. Lil Bone Face and Chopper will joint Jason for the halftime show.
The Alley Cats are coming off a loss in Rochester and are ready to get back on the winning track. They've had a great year with a 25-3 record. The team has 4 more regular season games before the playoffs - and tomorrow's game should be a great one as they visit this basketball mecca. Doors open at 6pm; ticket prices are $10 general admission and $5 for students with I.D. For more information, call Lisa Patton at 317 258 5312 or visit www.indyalleycats.com or www.abalive.com.
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