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T.O., L.T. are comin' to Cowtown

Posted 4:57pm on Thursday, Feb. 11, 2010

The NBA All-Star Week has arrived! While most of the huge celebrity-laden events are in Dallas, a few of the big names have opted to venture west and hold their parties in Fort Worth. Namely, former Dallas Cowboys wide receiver Terrell Owens and legendary TCU Horned Frogs running back LaDainian Tomlinson. They're both hosting events at the Fox & Hound in downtown Fort Worth.

The first one is Thursday night -- T.O.'s birthday celebration for Aubrey O'Day, who is a Playboy playmate and formerly a part of P. Diddy's Danity Kane. While this party was originally scheduled to be at Fat Daddy's, the organizers moved the event down the street to the larger venue in anticipation of the expected huge crowd.

Ticket information: https://akilizallstar.ticketleap.com/

Then, on Friday, the Fox & Hound is turned over to L.T., who's throwing his NBA All-Star party. While he's destined for the Pro Football Hall of Fame from his time with the San Diego Chargers in the NFL, L.T. got his start in Cowtown and chose to keep his marquee event in downtown Fort Worth.

Other NFL Frog alumni on tap for LT's party include Stephen Hodge, David Hawthorne, Aaron Brown, Quincy Butler, Robert Henson, and Drew Coleman. The bash also includes a model casting call. Winners of the casting call will be hired to promote the private Lakers party in Dallas on Saturday night.

This will be the biggest All-Star-related event in Fort Worth. For ticket info, click here.
FOX & HOUND 604 MAIN ST, FORT WORTH

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