JOINT BASE CHARLESTON, S.C., –
Get ready for a fantastic night of free entertainment. TOPS IN BLUE, the premier entertainment showcase of the U. S. Air Force will perform at Joint Base Charleston on Tuesday, October 20 at 7 p.m. in the North Charleston Performing Arts Center.
Join TOPS IN BLUE, as they perform "Freedom's Song," a celebration of the freedom we enjoy as Americans. This year's tour features the exciting sounds of Taylor Swift, Ed Sheeran, Sam Smith, Megan Trainor and others. It also showcases great country music of artists like Carrie Underwood, Andy Grammer, Randy Howser and the Eli Young Band. Of course, no TOPS IN BLUE show would be complete without the great patriotic music that honors our nation and its heroes. Add the high energy precision choreography and dazzling visual impact TOPS IN BLUE is known for and every member of the audience will be singing along and dancing in their seats.
This year's tour will take TOPS IN BLUE throughout the United States and to more than 20 countries, with close to 75 performances over a seven-month period, including shows for our deployed military members in Southwest Asia.
The TOPS IN BLUE 2015 Tour is proud to be sponsored corporately by the Coca-Cola Company, which has sponsored the TOPS IN BLUE program for twenty-three consecutive years. Local sponsors include Boeing, Roper St. Francis, Santee Cooper, Sprint, Heritage Trust Federal Credit Union and Hospice Care of South Carolina.
This year's TOPS IN BLUE team is indeed a reflection of the "Best of the Best." Representing a wide variety of career specialties, they are an elite group of the most talented non-professional entertainers from throughout the Air Force. These enthusiastic active duty airmen display the pride, patriotism and dedication felt by all Air Force personnel around the world. The show is guaranteed to energize hearts and souls and remind each of us that we stand proudly for America, its people and its music. Don't miss this powerful and unforgettable show.
For more information, contact Joint Base Charleston's Force Support Squadron Marketing Office or visit www.topsinblue.com.
No federal endorsement of sponsors is intended.