The lineup is set for Thursday's fan rally to celebrate the Kings' future in Sacramento.
Seven members of the new ownership group - including managing partner Vivek Ranadive - are scheduled to attend the free event, which runs from 5 p.m. to 9 p.m. at downtown's Cesar Chavez Plaza. Ranadive will be joined by partners Paul Jacobs, Raj Bhathal, Mark Mastrov, Mark Friedman, Andrew Miller and Chris Kelly at the rally.
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Kings legends Mitch Richmond and Chris Webber will attend, along with current Kings Tyreke Evans and Isaiah Thomas. Former players Scot Pollard and Bobby Jackson are also slated to make appearances.
The lineup also includes Mayor Kevin Johnson, Kings broadcasters Grant Napear and Jerry Reynolds, Kings announcer Scott Moak, super fan Carmichael Dave, team mascot Slamson and the Kings Dancers.
And while there won't be a performance by homegrown rock band Cake, Chord Overstreet of TV's "Glee" and his father, acclaimed songwriter Paul Overstreet, will perform. Local rapper Alex Johnson will take the stage and Tesla guitarist Frank Hannon will perform the band's iconic "Love Song."
Finally, local performance painter David Garibaldi will be joined by the Kings Breakers in an "epic fusion of music and art," according to a press release announcing the event lineup.
The Kings also announced that fans who renew their season tickets or place a deposit on new season tickets by 5 p.m. today could win access to hang out in the new ownership group's VIP tent at the event.