Long Beach, Calif. - The opportunity to save money with early registration to Jewels of the Night is coming to a close this week, with this year’s event scheduled for May 6. Jewels of the Night is a community celebration that helps raise scholarship money for more than 350 Long Beach State Student-Athletes.
Now in its 23rd year, Jewels of the Night is a spectacular and fun night, encompassing tasting tables from numerous community restaurants, breweries and wineries as well as both a silent and live auction with tremendous items. The evening is also a great opportunity to recognize the successes of our student-athletes as the 2016-17 year comes to a close.
Early registration allows for savings to attend, with regular tickets beginning at $125 dollars while VIP tickets can be purchased for $175 until the end of the week. Purchase tickets now via this link or at jewelsofthenight.com.
Jewels of the Night raises well over $100,000 for student-athlete scholarships each year, and can’t happen without your support. Please join us in what promises to be another tremendous evening.
Blair Field Project
The arms race refers to the escalating investments being made in college athletic facilities throughout the country. Some universities invest millions in an effort to secure bragging rights. While we are donor centric and will respond appropriately to interest and capacity for any of our facilities, we have three major facility campaigns at present.
UL - Blair Field Renovation Project
Athletic Performance Complex
Track & Field Complex
The Athletics Legacy Society is the Department's recognition program for donors who make estate gifts in support of our athletic programs.