HBCU All Star Game Experience

“The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience” scheduled for Friday, April 3rd, 2020 in Atlanta, GA at Morehouse College Forbes Arena during College Basketball Biggest Weekend & Final Four Tournament Championship was canceled due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.  We are certainly looking forward to the 2021 Final Four Tournament Championship & showcasing “The Best Players in Black College Basketball” during “College Basketball Biggest Weekend” in front of a national & global audience .  This will be a great platform of exposure, justice, equality, and inclusion for our HBCU’s, student-athletes, parents, coaches, alumni, boosters, fans, supporters, great city of Indianapolis, and state of Indiana, HBCU All-Stars LLC will showcase hard-working and talented men’s basketball student-athletes, and brilliant coaches from the MEAC, SWAC, CIAA, SIAC, Tennessee State & Hampton Universities. The game will be significant and historical during a critical time in today’s ever changing society dealing with systemic racism in all its forms, social & economic injustice, police brutality, and voter suppression.  Please stay tuned for “The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience during the 2021 Final Four Tournament Championship in Indianapolis, Indiana.  HBCU All-Stars LLC will have more details to follow in the coming months!.  Please support our “Historically Black Colleges & Universities, student-athletes, coaches, and athletic administrators across the country. 

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Forbes Arena


Named in honor of legendary Morehouse coach and administrator, Franklin Lafayette Forbes in 1999, Forbes Arena the $8 million, 6,000-seat facility part of the $51 million-plus investment in the Atlanta University Center by the Atlanta Committee for the Olympic Games (ACOG) was dedicated on April 3, 1996 on the campus of Morehouse College

Address: Forbes, Arena, Atlanta, GA 30314

Doors Open: 6 PM

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