Tim McGraw’s “Tour For The Troops” concert, courtesy of the Air Force Reserve, will celebrate and honor our servicemen and women with a free concert for members of the military and their families on Sunday, November 13 at Camp Pendleton. The concert by the GRAMMY Award-winning musician will headline events including a Family Fun Day beginning at 12:00 pm PST.
“I am proud to perform for the troops and to celebrate our heroes, bringing attention to the need to improve quality of life among men and women who serve our country,” said Tim McGraw, honorary chairman of the Tug McGraw Foundation and the son of legendary baseball pitcher, Tug McGraw, who died from a brain tumor in 2003.
The Tug McGraw Foundation is working in partnership with Air Force Reserve, TriWest Healthcare Alliance and Marine Corps Community Services to educate members of the military and civilians about the increasing number of servicemen and women affected by Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) and the resources available to them.
“It is such an honor for the Air Force Reserve to bring this concert to Camp Pendleton to entertain so many of our servicemen and women and their families who have sacrificed so much for our country,” said Chief Master Sergeant Glen Barnes, Air Force Reserve.
A family fun day will start at 12pm PST on November 13. Families will be able to enjoy local bands, concessions, merchandise and a children’s play area. Families are invited to bring lawn chairs and blankets for the concert at 6:00 pm PST.
Tickets to the concert will be free for military and DOD ID card holders and their dependents. Civilians can purchase $55 general admission tickets beginning October 14 HERE. For more information, please contact mcgrawtourforthetroops.com.
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