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The second annual Reds Community Fund Charity Block Party will be held outside Great American Ball Park on Opening Day.
The festivities begin at begin at 11 a.m. on Joe Nuxhall Way and Freedom Way outside the stadium.
Admission to the event is free but special fundraising activities will be held to benefit the Reds Community Fund's P&G MLB Urban Youth Academy
For a small donation, fans can get a "Mr. Redlegs mustache" painted on their face.
Food and beverages will be available for purchase from local businesses like LaRosa's, Queen City Sausage, UDF, as well as national food and beverage makers Budweiser, Coca-Cola and Kahn's.
Music will be provided by WEBN.
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