Becky G., Tone-Lōc to Perform at Annual Hob Nobble Gobble


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Guests will enjoy a star-studded black tie evening in Detroit during the annual Hob Nobble Gobble presented by Ford Motor Co. on Nov. 20 at Ford Field. This premier fundraising event will celebrate 89 years of parade magic in Detroit to benefit The Parade Co., creator and producer of America’s Thanksgiving Parade presented by Art Van, Strategic Staffing Solutions Turkey Trot, and Ford Fireworks.

 “We are grateful for the continued commitment of our partner Ford Motor Co. and all of our wonderful sponsors and friends who support this much anticipated evening in Detroit,” said Tony Michaels, president & CEO of The Parade Company.

 The electrifying evening will feature headline entertainment from singer, songwriter, actress and rapper Becky G, courtesy of CBS Radio’s 98.7 AMP with a special guest performance by Tone Loc. Both will participate in a VIP meet & greet reception before the event, along U.S. Women’s National Soccer Team member Ali Kriger.

  The event will feature a Carnival Midway with fabulous rides and games, delicious cuisine and live entertainment from end zone to end zone for kids and adults alike. Attendees will enjoy special performances by Fifty Amp Fuse, the famous Parade of Stars featuring dancing elves and the thunderous sounds of the All City Marching Band and Santa Claus. Master of Ceremonies for the evening is Paul W. Smith from News/Talk 760 WJR.  WDIV-TV Local 4 will air a live, primetime Hob Nobble Gobble special from 8-8:30 p.m.
 

 Hob Nobble Gobble has helped to raise funds for The Parade Co. to produce America’s Thanksgiving Parade. Tickets are limited and are on sale now. Prices range from $350 - $1,000, with $200 ticket for children 6 and under. To purchase tickets or for more information visit theparade.org or call 313-923-7400.

 This year’s parade theme is “So Happy Together.” Recognized as one of the best Thanksgiving parades in the country by U.S, News & World Report Travel, America’s Thanksgiving Parade will be led by parade Grand Marshal, actor and Michigan native Tim Allen and Honorary Grand Marshal Stephen Henderson.

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