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Produced by Jammin’ Events + Pro Basketball Chaplains


A Night of Hope & Inspiration!

July 14, 2024

6pm Main Event

5:30pm Doors Open

Get your FREE tickets today for Jammin’ 2024 in Las Vegas! Main event for the whole family starts at 6pm…current and former pro basketball player appearances, a message of hope, Kingdom Muzic and more! Giveaway for kids and families following the main event…shoes, backpacks, t-shirts, towels and groceries (while supplies last). 

Chaparral High School

3850 Annie Oakley Dr
Las Vegas, NV 89121


A night of fun for the whole family!

Pro Player Appearances

Current and former pro basketball players share how faith in Jesus has transformed and empowered their lives.

Message of Hope

Hear the life-changing message of Christ and see how it can transform your life from Jammin’ co-founder Steve Jamison.

Kingdom Muzic

Enjoy the rhythm and rhymes from Kingdom Muzic’s artists, as they share the Gospel of Jesus and His healing and saving power.

Shoes, Backpacks, Groceries & Shirts

In collaboration with Convoy of Hope, we’ll give away shoes, backpacks, shirts and groceries (while supplies last).

Professional Mascots

Get ready for the fun antics of professional mascots! High-flying dunks, tricks and crowd giveaways.

Crowd Giveaways

Snag a t-shirt and other prizes as they fly into the stands at Jammin’!

Jammin’ Speakers & Entertainment

Steve Jamison

Co-founder Jammin’ Events

Steve Jamison is co-founder of Jammin’ Against the Darkness, an evangelistic outreach that featured NBA players, award-winning music, and the message of Jesus Christ in premier venues such as Madison Square Garden, The Verizon Center and T-Mobile Park. He and his wife, Cheryl, are also lead pastors of Eastridge Church, a dynamic multi-site church with two campuses in the Seattle, Washington area and one in Addis Ababa, Ethiopia. He is the author of “The Most Valuable Catch,” a book about spiritual growth and leadership, which draws on Steve’s background in Jammin’ and growing up as a commercial fisherman in Alaska and the entire West Coast.

Kingdom Muzic

Kingdom Muzic’s mission is rooted in a global commitment to guide individuals in living for God through a unique approach that leverages music and media for discipleship. They are dedicated to bringing positive change, nurturing spiritual resilience, and contributing to a reduction in homelessness and societal challenges associated with individuals transitioning from prison. KMF persists in our holistic mission, guiding individuals worldwide toward a life lived for God.

Join the Jammin’ Team

Help us make Jammin’ the very best it can be! Giving, donating and prayer support are all important! Volunteer roles include everything from the main event, scanning tickets, ushering, giving away compassion elements, set-up, tear-down and more. There is a place for you!

Promotional Materials

Download the event poster, social media graphics and more promotional materials to spread the word about Jammin’!

Thanks to Our Sponsors of Jammin’ Las Vegas!

Convoy of Hope
Legends of Basketball
Legends of Basketball

History of Jammin’ Events

Jammin’ is a fun and exciting outreach that is built around reaching our community with the message of Jesus Christ. Jammin’ is a unique outreach best described as a combination of an NBA all-star weekend and a major evangelistic outreach. All ages will love the dynamic approach of Jammin’ which historically features some of Christian music’s finest bands and NBA players. The players thrill the crowd as they take to the court for basketball demonstrations, dunks, shootouts and culminate with sharing their own personal testimonies of what Christ has meant in their lives. Jammin’ is a night of fun, great music, powerful testimonies and a message of hope by Jammin’ co-founder Steve Jamison. Thousands have responded to Christ at Jammin’ events held around the country. 

Jammin’ began in 1993 in San Antonio, Texas with NBA stars David Robinson, Avery Johnson, David Wood and AC Green. Since that time we have held Jammin’ at the invitation of local NBA players in arenas across the country, including two events in Madison Square Garden, the Verizon Center in D.C., Key Arena, Safeco Field, the Rose Garden, the Shottenstein Center on the campus of The Ohio State University, and others.