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Announcing “The Lot” Parties at TPC Sawgrass

April 27th, 2012 · Leave a Comment

In addition to the numerous areas for fans to meet up at the tournament, there is also a new tradition starting just outside the gates – “The Lot,” located just outside the Nicklaus Gate in Parking Lot 11 off of CR210. Wednesday through Saturday of tournament week, different organizations are hosting parties and functions to extend the fun for fans, and raise money for great local causes in the process. Find out more about each party below!

Wednesday, May 9, 5-10 p.m. – “LIVE at The Lot” hosted by the Monique Burr Foundation for Children
Following Wednesday’s Military Appreciation Day Ceremony and concert featuring Luke Bryan, fans can make their way to the inaugural event at The Lot – LIVE at The Lot. Be a part of history for more live music as well as great food provided by Broadway Pizza and Ristorante, Poe’s Tavern and Roy’s Restaurant of Jacksonville Beach with incredible drinks courtesy of Pepsi, SweetWater and Cultivate Wines. Cameron Williams and Randolph Turner of Jes Grew will open for Pinocchio Knows. All net proceeds benefit Monique Burr Foundation for Children to provide Speak Up Be Safe – a national bullying and child abuse prevention program being implemented in Florida elementary schools. Fans can purchase tickets now ranging from $75-$125. Don’t wait – tickets are going fast! For tickets or more information, visit www.LIVEatTheLotTPC.com.

Thursday, May 10, 5:30-10 p.m. – “The After Par·Tee” hosted by YMCA of Florida’s First Coast
YMCA of Florida’s First Coast will host “The After Par·Tee” featuring a Mardi Gras theme complete with live music from The New Orleans Suspects from 7 to 10 p.m. Presented by PRI Productions, The After Par·Tee attendees will also enjoy food provided by Whisky River Jacksonville and drinks throughout the night courtesy of Coastal Wine & Spirits of Florida, North Florida Sales and Pepsi. Proceeds from the event will enable the YMCA to send children from underserved communities to summer camps across the First Coast to help prevent summer learning loss. Special thanks to Intermission Sponsors Orange Park Medical Center and Precor, and Official Media Sponsor Clear Channel Media. General admission tickets to the party are $75 and VIP tickets are $150. To purchase tickets, visit www.firstcoastymca.org/after_partee or visit your local First Coast YMCA.

Friday, May 11, 6-11:00 p.m. – “THE CUT benefiting The Boselli Foundation”
Help Jacksonville’s Youth Make the Cut! Join the Boselli Foundation for the second annual THE CUT party presented by Lexus. Guests of THE CUT will enjoy dinner by Bono’s, drinks and live entertainment beginning at 7 p.m. with Jacksonville locals Charlie Walker and Ryan Campbell and headlining band Sister Hazel taking the stage at 9 p.m. Avoid the lines for dinner around town and join us for an incredible event for an exceptional cause. One hundred percent of the proceeds from THE CUT benefit the Boselli Foundation and their mission of helping children become champions at home, at school and in the community. Tickets for THE CUT are now on sale! The last day to purchase $75 discounted general admission tickets is Monday, May 7th. The price of this ticket will increase to $100 on Monday, May 8. For more information, visit www.thecutparty.com.

Saturday, May 12, 6-10 p.m. – “Moving Day benefiting Dreams Come True of Jacksonville”
Dreams Come True, the First Coast’s only locally based nonprofit organization dedicated to fulfilling the dreams of children battling life-threatening illnesses, will host the final party of the week in The Lot. Miller’s Ale House is providing the food and Jacksonville’s own Fratello will be performing. The party’s theme, “Moving Day,” will be carried throughout the event, with stations representing various states with food and dream stories. Guests can move from station to station with their “passports,” which will also serve as the event program. With many children dreaming of snow in Montana, shopping in New York and Disney in Florida, when visiting the stations, guests will also learn about the mission of Dreams Come True.  General admission tickets are $50, with VIP access available for $100. For more information, visit www.dctmovingday.com or call (904) 296-3030.

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