Kansas City’s Big Slick Celebrity Weekend is almost here. Here’s what you need to know

Reed Hoffmann/Special to the Star

The annual Big Slick Celebrity Weekend fundraiser for Children’s Mercy is super-charged this year — the biggest slate of celebrity guests ever, including a couple of guys fresh off a Super Bowl victory who know how to command a stage.

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes and tight end Travis Kelce return along with teammate Creed Humphrey and former teammate Dustin Colquitt. And first-time guests include Finn Wolfhard of “Stranger Things” and singer Darius Rucker.

Here’s the scoop on the two-day event.

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Who are the hometown hosts?

Big Slick’s famous founders and hosts are Jason Sudeikis, Paul Rudd, Rob Riggle, Eric Stonestreet, David Koechner and, new this year, Heidi Gardner. The Kansas City-born “Saturday Night Live” cast member is the first woman to co-host.

Big Slick events

The Big Slick Celebrity Classic softball game will be played at 5 p.m. Friday, June 2, at Kauffman Stadium before the Royals play the Colorado Rockies. Anyone with a game ticket can watch.

The Big Slick Party & Show is the weekend’s main event at 8 p.m. Saturday, June 3. Tickets are $75-$125 for standard lower level and $375 for upgraded seats with Founders Club access including open bar. Tickets are at bigslickkc.org and T-MobileCenter.com.

The celebrity guest list

Becky Ann Baker, actress, “Freaks and Geeks” and “Girls” (married to Dylan Baker)

Dylan Baker, actor, Amazon’s “Hunters” and “Happiness” (married to Becky Ann Baker)

Aisling Bea, actress, “Living With Yourself”

Philip Bowen, musician, TikTok fiddler

Sarah Chalke, actress, “Firefly Lane,” “Scrubs”

Richard Christy, radio personality, musician/drummer

David Cook, Blue Springs native, musician and “American Idol” winner

Dustin Colquitt, former Kansas City Chiefs punter

Baron Corbin, wrestler, WWE

David Dastmalchian of Overland Park, actor, “Ant-Man,” “The Last Voyage of the Demeter”

Chris Daughtry, musician

Sean Evans, YouTuber, “Hot Ones” host

Jonathan Fernandez, actor/comedian, “Gossip Girl,” “Lethal Weapon”

Will Forte, actor, “MacGruber,” “The Last Man on Earth,” “The Great North”

Ginger Gonzaga, CBS’ “True Lies,” “She-Hulk” and “Attorney at Law’”

Tim Heidecker, comedian, Showtime’s “Moonbase 8”

Seth Herzog, comedian

Anthony Hill, actor, “Grey’s Anatomy”

Creed Humphrey, Kansas City Chiefs center

Bradley James, actor, BBC’s “Merlin” and Netflix’s “Vikings: Valhalla”

Punkie Johnson, actress/comedian, “Saturday Night Live”

Travis Kelce, Kansas City Chiefs tight end

Samm Levine, “Raven’s Home” and “Freaks and Geeks”

Patrick Mahomes, Kansas City Chiefs quarterback

Katherine McNamara of Lee’s Summit, actress, CW’s “Walker: Independence,” “Shadowhunters”

Logan Mize, country singer from Clearwater, Kansas

Rashida Olayiwola, actress, “Ironheart,” “Jury Duty”

Kevin Pollak, actor, “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel”

The Potash Twins, musicians and TV personalities

Kevin Rahm, actor, “Madam Secretary,” “Lethal Weapon,” “Mad Men”

Al Roker, TV personality, NBC “Today” show

Peter Schrager, Fox Sports

Darius Rucker, musician

Jake Tapper, CNN anchor

Charissa Thompson, Fox Sports

Sarah Tiana, comedian, “Lights Out With David Spade”

Joe Lo Truglio, actor, “Reno 911!,” “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” (Directorial debut, “Outpost,” features the Bakers.)

Blake Vogt, magician

Taylor Williamson, comedian, “America’s Got Talent”

Finn Wolfhard, actor, “Stranger Things,” “It,” “Ghostbusters: Afterlife”

Al Yankovic, musician