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STARS & STRIPES USA SPIRIT OF AMERICA SHOW
BACK BY POPULAR DEMAND!!!!
Join the Armed Forces History Museum as Maggi Tax Advisory and Veteran Solutions presents Stars & Stripes USA Spirit of America Show on Friday, March 22nd.
- 6:00 – 7:30 PM – VIP Dinner (Limited number of
tickets available for $45.00)
- 7:30 PM – General Admission Doors Open (General
Admission Price: $24.00) No general
admissions will be admitted prior to 7:30 PM.
- 7:30 – 8:00 PM – Swing Dance Lessons
- 8:00 PM - 11 PM – Stars & Stripes USA
Show with 10 O’Clock Swing Band Orchestra featuring singing sensation tributes to Frank Sinatra and Ella Fitzgerald.
The AFHM invites you to put on your dancing shoes and come experience this authentic 1940s re-enactment show! Come listen to the sounds of the 19-piece 10 O’Clock Swing Band Orchestra and enjoy impersonators Nat King Cole and Frank Sinatra. In response to feedback from last year’s show, the band will be elevated and more centrally located inside the museum. Theater style seating will be available in front. Swing dancing (and lessons), paparazzi, vintage attire, red carpet, USO arm bands, show hostesses
and more rounds out this fun evening of entertainment. Swing dancing (and lessons), paparazzi, vintage attire, red carpet, arm bands, show hostesses and more will round out this fun evening of entertainment.
A limited number of special VIP tickets are available at
$45, which includes a full dinner provided by Florida Restaurant Purchasing Group. Regular admission tickets are only $24 each. Purchase your tickets early and save the date. Then plan on joining us for an evening of swinging sounds from WWII, an evening that is sure
to be fun for ages 21 thru 101.
A special thanks to our 2013 Special Events Associate Sponsor – Clearwater Toyota. This event is presented in part thanks to Florida Restaurant Purchasing Group.
Tickets can be purchased on-line, at the museum or call the museum at 727-539-8371. Note: A small service fee applies to phone and on-line orders.
More About The Armed Forces History Museum
The Armed Forces Military Museum is set up to educate visitors on certain aspects of military history that pertain to wars and major battles. To help facilitate a real-life feel to each exhibit by the onlookers, each one was constructed using a combination of real equipment and tools as well as authentic-looking props. The museum grounds and different exhibits also give visitors a chance to view some of the military's equipment up close: tanks, jets, armored cars and more. The facility also has a museum store that operates under the same hours as the museum does. Pricing is different for seniors, adults and kids. Discounts are given to retired or active-duty military soldiers (admission is free with their IDs).