April 27, 2022

Hard Rock Casino Announces a Tribute to Pete Rose Celebrity Roast on June 11th

Contact: Jackie Reau Game Day (513) 708-5822 [email protected]


CINCINNATI (April 27, 2022) – Hard Rock Casino Cincinnati will host, “Pete Rose, Roasting a Legend,” on Saturday, June 11, 2022, at 8 p.m. Hall of Fame broadcaster Marty Brennaman will serve as master of ceremonies with a guest list that includes, among others, Reds Hall of Fame members George Foster and Ken Griffey Sr.

Ticket and memorabilia packages for the celebrity roast of the “Hit King” are available at casino.hardrock.com/cincinnati and include the following options:

VIP Tables are available for purchase at $2,000 each
Each table includes:

  • 8 seats
  • 24 drinks tickets with cocktail service
  • Baseball snacks
  • 8 swag items

The tables are center stage for the show General Admission, starting at $90

Three memorabilia packages with limited quantities will be offered and include:

  • Base Hit Package: Pete Rose autographed baseball and autographed 8x10 photo of Pete Rose, $199
  • Home Run Package: Pete Rose autographed bat and autographed 8x10 photo of Pete Rose, $249
  • Grand Slam Package: Pete Rose autographed jersey and 8x10 photo of Pete Rose, $299



About Pete Rose
Pete Rose is a Cincinnati native who in his two stints with his hometown team, the Cincinnati Reds, set numerous MLB records, including most career hits with 4,256, earning him the nickname of the “Hit King”. He was the National League Rookie of the Year in 1963, the National League MVP in 1973, and World Series MVP in 1975. He was a 17-time All-Star at five positions, a three-time National League batting champion, and was named to MLB’s All-Century Team. About Marty Brennaman Marty joined the Reds radio team in 1974 and, with broadcast partner Joe Nuxhall, quickly became a Cincinnati tradition. Between then and the time he called his last game in 2019, he was behind the microphone for, among other milestones, Hank Aaron’s record-tying 714th career home run, Tom Seaver’s only no-hitter, Pete Rose’s record-breaking 4,192, Tom Browning’s perfect game, Reds World Series wins in 1975, 1976, and 1990, and two no-hitters from Homer Bailey. In 2000, Brennaman won the Ford C. Frick Award for broadcasters from the Baseball Hall of Fame. About George Foster Drafted by the San Francisco Giants, George Foster was traded to the Reds in 1971 and by 1975 became part of the outfield with what we know now as the “Big Red Machine”. He was a five-time All-Star, leading the National League in home runs in 1977 and 1978. Foster also led RBI’s in 1976, 1977, and 1978. He was named the league’s Most Valuable Player in 1977 and since his retirement, has been active with charity work and as a motivational speaker. About Ken Griffey Sr. Drafted by the Cincinnati Reds, Griffey Sr. made his MLB debut in August of 1973 and soon became a regular contributor in the Reds championship seasons. In 1975, Griffey had a .305 batting average, and in 1976 batted a career-high .336 as the Reds won the World Series both years.

About Hard Rock®
Hard Rock International (HRI) is one of the most globally recognized companies with venues in 68 countries spanning 253 locations that include owned/licensed or managed Hotels, Casinos, Rock Shops®, Live Performance Venues and Cafes. HRI also launched a joint venture named Hard Rock Digital in 2020, an online sportsbook, retail sportsbook and internet gaming platform. Beginning with an Eric Clapton guitar, Hard Rock owns the world’s largest and most valuable collection of authentic music memorabilia at more than 86,000 pieces, which are displayed at its locations around the globe. In 2021, Hard Rock was honored as one of Forbes Magazine’s Best Employers for Diversity, a Top Employer for Women and the Top Employer in the Travel & Leisure, Gaming, and Entertainment Industry. Hard Rock was also designated as a U.S. Best Managed Company by Deloitte Private and The Wall Street Journal and named the top-performing hotel brand in J.D. Power’s North America Hotel Guest Satisfaction Study for the third consecutive year in 2021. The brand is owned by HRI parent entity The Seminole Tribe of Florida. For more information on Hard Rock International, visit www.hardrock.com or shop.hardrock.com.