We have a lot going on at our USO Centers across the country and we wanted to let you know about some opportunities!
Tonight, USO of Metropolitan Washington invites wounded warriors, active duty military, and family members to "Anything is Possible" with Giovanni Livera! Attendees will enjoy a delicious pasta dinner and an evening of astonishment with this talented and inspiring magician.
The event will take place at the Old Red Cross Building, #41, at Walter Reed Army Medical Center. Dinner is served at 6pm and the performance begins at 7pm. For additional information contact Meghan Hardgrove at 703-696-0717
USO of New England is proud to offer two great late summer concerts for service members: Get your tickets to Ozzfest and The Jonas Brothers today!
Ozzfest features Motley Crue, Halford, Devildriver, Nonpoint, Black Label Society, Drowing Pool and more and takes place on Tuesday, August 24th at 1:00PM at the Comcast Center in Mansfield, MA. Parking lots open 10:30AM, Doors 12:00PM. Active duty and reserve can obtain 6 tickets maximum by using USO of New England’s online ticketeting system. Tickets must be picked up at the Comcast Center Will-Call Ticket Window with military ID when you arrive.
If you’re not in the DC or MA areas, don’t worry! We still have some fun in store for you, because tonight on Minute to Win It, Miss USA Kristen Dalton will be playing for…the USO!
This week the show is featuring “The Girls of Summer.” For three nights starting Monday, brains, beauty, and skills will clash head to head on Minute to Win It. Check out the preview below and be sure to cheer on Miss USA tonight!
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