All-Star week is star-studded in S.F.

Stars are coming out to party, All-Star Game style, in San Francisco this week.

Alyssa Milano hosts a private “33 Club” Party at 9 p.m. Sunday at the Galleria at 101 Henry Adams St. Athletes and celebs scheduled to walk down the red carpet include David Wright, Barry Bonds, Jorge Posada, David Ortiz, Alfonso Soriano, Vlad Guerrero, Justin Verlander, Miguel Cabrera, Carlos Guillen, Mike Lowell, Manny Ramirez, Shannon Elizabeth and Jimmy Kimmel.

Rumor has it that Bonds and rapper Jay-Z are throwing a party Monday night at the exclusive club Roe, on Howard and Third streets. Meanwhile, C.C. Sabathia’s Playboy lounge party will reportedly be at the Galleria San Francisco Design center, also Monday.

With a ticket ranging from $75 to $300, anyone can attend Rich Aurilia’s All-Star Athletes’ and Celebrities’ Party after the game Tuesday. Among the invited athletes and celebs are Barry Zito, the Black Eyed Peas, Gavin Newsom, Jason Giambi, Larry the Cable Guy, Mark Sweeney, Toby Keith and Tom Brady. The extravaganza is at Ruby Skye, 420 Mason St.; proceeds benefit the SaveIt Foundation, which raises money and awareness for parks and natural resources in The City. For ticket infomation, call (415) 513-1099 or visit www.thealist.org.

Another pricey open-to-the public event is the Greatest 500 Home Run Moment Gala, at 7 p.m. Saturday in the Fairmont Hotel’s Grand Ballroom. The live auction of 500 Home Run Club memorabilia is accompaned by a party featuring music by the CTA, the reincarnation of the band Chicago, as well as baseball legends Willie Mays and Ernie Banks in attendance. Tickets are $300; call (415) 421-8497 or visit www.ticketmaster.com.


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