The event, which will be held April 4 at The Soundboard inside the Motor City Casino, will benefit the Charles H. Wright Museum of African American History.
General admission tickets will be sold for a limited time at $60 and VIP access for $100, and can be purchased at Neptix.com beginning Monday.
There’s also a contest if you don’t have the means to shell out the $60 (or $100 for you playas). They’re giving away five sets of tickets to folks who offer up their best memories of the Fab Five, again, details:
In conjunction with the event, fans are invited to e-mail their favorite Fab Five memory. Five responses will be chosen to receive two free tickets. Submissions, which are due by March 20, can be e-mailed to firstname.lastname@example.org. Participants must be at least 21 years old to enter.
I was in school with these gents, and was a just about every home game (and a few on the road). My favorite memory? Probably the Kentucky game in New Orleans.
When most U-M fans remember the 1993 Final Four they zero in on Webber’s timeout of course. Well, the Saturday semi-final game against Jamal Mashburn and Kentucky was un-fricking-believable. Just after the game I remember spotting Jalen Rose walking off the floor toward the locker room. Bourbon Street rocked that night I can tell you.