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Darryl McDaniels – also known as DMC from veteran hip hop group Run DMC – is to perform at a charity after-party in Massachusetts next week.

The Beckett Bowl Post-Event Party at Rain Nightlife in Malden will close a night of celebrity charity bowling hosted by All-Star pitcher Josh Beckett on July 10.

The 44-year-old rap star will join a host of celebrities, including David Ortiz, Jon Lester, Mike Lowell, Javier Lopez, Tim Wakefield, David Aardsma and more as they raise money for the Josh Beckett Foundation and the Children's Hospital Boston. Beckett Bowl is an annual fundraising event which supports community-based programs that strive to improve the health and wellbeing of children, and last year’s event raised over $275,000.

“I’m very excited that DMC is going to be part of the foundation’s second annual charity event,” said Beckett. “This is going to be an incredible night. With a celebrity of DMC’s stature and talent behind us, the rewards for the community and children of Greater Boston are sure to be great.”

The event will begin at 6pm with a Red Carpet event and autograph session. The bowling tournament will kick-off at 8pm. Local companies and individuals are invited to sponsor four-person bowling teams for the event, and each team will be joined by a celebrity teammate to compete for unique prize packages. Tickets to the after-party cost $100 and are available from Ticketmaster.

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