Mario Lopez to host celebrity bingo at Jamul Casino’s Summer Block Party

June 16, 2023
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The all-day event will kick off June 17.

Jamul Casino will host its 2023 Summer Block Party on June 17. This year, the all-day celebration will feature an appearance by actor and Chula Vista native, Mario Lopez, as well as two musical performances by MO5AIC.

As part of the festivities, Lopez will host celebrity bingo. The event will be available for casino VIP guests and will include cash giveaways at Tony Gwynn’s Sports Pub.

Select guests will receive tickets for celebrity bingo and the chance to win up to $10,000 in cash prizes per bingo session. The game is scheduled from 11:30AM to 1:30PM.

Lopez earned his claim to fame for his role as Slater on Saved by the Bell. He currently hosts NBC’s Access Hollywood and Access Daily.

Block party guests can engage in free pay and have a chance to enjoy free lobster, as well as a concert at The Rooftop, the destination’s open-air venue. Players can enjoy $20 in free play at the casino between 6AM and 6PM.

Jamul Casino President and General Manager Mary Cheeks said, "Jamul Casino's annual Block Party is a great time to check out San Diego's closest casino.

“With free play, free lobster, celebrity bingo, a special culinary event by our talented chefs, our Supper Club at The Rooftop event with MO5AIC, and our always-friendly team members – it's an action-packed day showcasing some of Jamul Casino's most popular features and programming."

Jamul Casino first opened in 2016 and is operated by Jamul Indian Village Development Corporation (JIVDC) in San Diego County, California.

The casino is currently home to more than 1,700 slot machines, 46 live table games, several restaurants, bars and lounges, as well as a poker room.


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