Canadian Country Superstar Aaron Pritchett to Headline Gregg Cup

Gregg Zaun, Canada’s voice of baseball, World Series champion, and philanthropist is pleased to announce Canadian country superstar, Aaron Pritchett to headline his inaugural Gregg Cup charity event on Friday, November 25th in Toronto, Ontario.

The Gregg Cup will be held at Steam Whistle Brewing – The Roundhouse, located in the entertainment district of the city at 255 Bremner Blvd.  Tickets go on sale on Monday, October 3rd through Eventbrite ( and are priced at $75 for General Admission and $200 for Limited VIP tickets.  This is a 19+ event and tickets are anticipated to sell out quickly. The Gregg Cup will also have a silent auction offering one-of-a-kind items and sports and entertainment memorabilia

All proceeds from the event go to the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, University Health Network (UHN).

“I am thrilled to be hosting the Gregg Cup in Toronto this year during Canada’s premier football finale and having my good friend Aaron Pritchett headline the evening makes this a double win for everyone.  I’m looking forward to a great evening of entertainment and am pleased that the Gregg Zaun Foundation can assist with such a deserving organization as UHN”

Headliner Aaron Pritchett is one of Canada’s leading country performers with his chart topping singles “Out of The Blue,” “Dirt Road in ‘Em,” “Done You Wrong,” “Hold My Beer,” and “Let’s Get Rowdy” to name a few.  He recently finished a score of dates in Canada opening for Garth Brooks. Also joining Aaron Pritchett on the Gregg Cup are rising country male vocalist Joshua David and pop soul artist Liz Loughrey.


The Peter Munk Cardiac Centre is the premier cardiac centre in Canada. Since it opened in 1997, the Centre has saved and improved the lives of cardiac and vascular patients from around the world. Each year, approximately 55,000 patients receive innovative and compassionate care from multidisciplinary teams in the Peter Munk Cardiac Centre, and the Centre trains more cardiologists, cardiovascular surgeons and vascular surgeons than any other hospital in Canada. The Centre is based at Toronto General Hospital and Toronto Western Hospital – members of the University Health Network.


Established in 1986, Toronto General & Western Hospital Foundation raises funds for research, education and the enhancement of patient care at Toronto General and Western hospitals, University Health Network. Through its donors, TGWHF is helping to drive advancements in cardiac, brain, arthritis, vision, diabetes, mental health, transplant, regenerative medicine and more – transforming patient outcomes here and around the world. (

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