CPS All-Star Showcase Returns to UC's Fifth Third Arena, Saturday, March 30

UC partners with Cincinnati Public Schools to highlight top students, support Project Connect

What: Tickets are now on sale for the Cincinnati Public Schools (CPS) All-Star Showcase, presented by the University of Cincinnati. The third annual Showcase returns to Fifth Third Arena to highlight the accomplishments of top student-athletes through individual and team competitions.

During the showcase, fans can enjoy CPS’ top athletes competing in skills challenges, slam dunk contests, and the All-Star game.The event will also recognize the most recent Marian Spencer Scholars and CPS Athletics Hall of Fame inductees.

The Showcase raises funds for Project Connect, CPS’ program to advocate and provide specialized academic services and lifestyle enrichment opportunities for children experiencing homelessness. The event will also feature a community, college and career fair. 

When: Saturday, March 30, 2024 from 12-noon until 7:30 p.m.

Where: UC's Fifth Third Arena, 2700 O’Varsity Way, Cincinnati, Ohio 45221 

Cost: General Admission tickets are available for purchase for $20, with CPS students receiving a 50% coupon code. VIP tickets are available through a sponsorship package of $400 or more, which includes five VIP tickets and one parking pass.

Parking is available for $5.

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