On Sunday, June 12, a host of celebrities will take a journey through Africa with L.A.’s most talked about family carnival and picnic!

Dozens of celebrities will be on hand at the 22nd annual A Time for Heroes Celebrity Carnival sponsored by Disney – a benefit for the Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation. Each year, Hollywood’s best-known celebrities volunteer their time as “heroes” working carnival-style game booths to raise funds to fight pediatric AIDS around the world.

Some of the stars confirmed to attend the Africa-themed event include Tatyana Ali, Anne Heche, Whitney Port, Jennifer Love Hewitt, Denise Richards, Tom Arnold, Ali Landry, Cheryl Burke, Kyle Massey, Chris Massey, Ashley Tisdale, Minnie Driver, Olivia Munn and many more.

In addition to interacting with their favorite celebrities, guests are treated to an array of culinary treats from some of Los Angeles’ finest restaurants, including Covell, Olive & Thyme, AKASHA, Toscana and Drago. The day will be topped off with a concert. A Time for Heroes is expected to raise approximately $1.5 million to help the Foundation eliminate pediatric AIDS and create a generation free of HIV.

Event highlights include:

  • Decorate and race toy cars at the Heroes “Cars 2 Raceway” and take your picture with your favorite Cars 2 Raceway character!
  • Go on a Surfin’ Safari at the 77kids American Eagle Denim Decorating Station
  • Join Disney’s Friends for Change and work together to create special “Kits for Kids” to send to children in Africa
  • Get your imbee on with the kids’ social network that offers original web series, cool games, photo-video uploads, chat, music and much more!

The event takes place at the Wadsworth Theater on the Veteran Administration Lawn, West Los Angeles from Noon-4pm on Sunday, June 12.

More information can be found here.

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