Kevin Hart has planned a four-day extravaganza in Las Vegas for his birthday. The HARTBEAT Weekend lineup features J. Cole, Jack Harlow, Ludacris, and other top-tier artists. Live stand-up comedy, music performances, and pool parties are among the planned activities.
Comedian and actor Kevin Hart created a fake game show to poke fun at fellow comedian Nick Cannon. Hart plans to celebrate his birthday weekend at Resorts World Las Vegas with the HARTBEAT Weekend, featuring live stand-up comedy, music performances, pool parties, and surprise guests like RL Grime.
The event will mark Hart’s birthday and the upcoming final shows of his Reality Check Tour. Tickets for the event will be available for purchase starting on Friday, April 28, at 10 a.m.
The upcoming HARTBEAT Weekend at Resorts World Las Vegas will feature various events such as a birthday bash for Kevin Hart, a “Rock The Bells” Pool Party, a stand-up show by Hart, and a HARTBEAT poker invitational.
Kevin Hart Gives Back To The Community
Not only are these entertainers outstanding performers, but they also give back to their communities, and know how to have a good time. In January, the Think Like A Man actor announced that he alongside rapper Meek Mill and philanthropist Michael Rubin, will donate $7 million to needy students in the Philadelphia area. This will include providing those households with internet connections.
Kevin Hart, Meek Mill, and Michael Rubin are not only talented performers but also known for their philanthropic work. Recently, the trio pledged $7 million to assist Philadelphia students in need, including providing internet connections to their households.
In addition, headlining performer, Ludacris,has been vocal about his support for black-owned businesses. The rapper recently signed a licensing deal with two black-owned hair care brands through his own media company, Karma’s World Entertainment.
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