Cactus Jack Foundation to debut HBCU Classic, a multiday event at Minute Maid Park

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HOUSTON, Texas (KTRK) -- The Cactus Jack Foundation announced it will be debuting a Historically Black Colleges and Universities Classic at Minute Maid Park in February.

The foundation owned by rapper Travis Scott aims to raise money to provide educational opportunities and scholarships for the youth.

The inaugural, nine-game tournament will be held from Friday, Feb. 17 to Sunday, Feb 19, 2023.

Baseball is not the only activity listed on the schedule. The foundation will also be hosting a college fair on Saturday, Feb. 18, and a gospel breakfast on Sunday, Feb 19.

Each day of the event, they foundation will be giving away 2,500 Travis Scott bobbleheads to fans.

The video featured above is from a previous report when Scott donated Thanksgiving meals to 1,000 Sunnyside families.

The following schools are set to be in attendance:

  • Prairie View A&M
  • Texas Southern University
  • Grambling State University
  • Jackson State University
  • Mississippi Valley State University
  • Southern University

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