We honor the legacy of The Greatest Generation at the biggest and best annual USO style event in the land (hosted by a world-renowned Bob Hope impersonator)! It’s an all-American dream come true! Here’s what we have in store for you this year…
The 11th Annual 1940s WWII Era Ball Salutes the USO Stars and Allies of D-Day on the 75th Anniversary!
STEP into Spectacular Sets!
Casablanca’s “Rick’s Cafe Americain” with belly dancers and roulette
All-American Drive-In Movie Theatre featuring historic film footage and authentic classic cars
Meet your mates for a pint at Prince Andrew’s Pub
STROLL along Victory Street!
Take a walk down this enchanting and delightful French Parisian boulevard
Pause at a French cafe under a canopy of lights
VIEW Historical Exhibits!
Must-see historic stations and multimedia displays throughout The Ball
US, England, Canada, France + Poland — experience the countries that contributed to Allied D-Day Victory!
SHOP The 1940s Ball Vintage Fair!
Killer-diller deals on vintage finds curated especially for you
A number of vendors offer a wide variety of vintage and collectible items for sale
Stop a cigarette girl and stock up on rations
SAMPLE Foods of the Allied Nations!
Delicious specialty eats and treats from countries around the globe
Find a food truck that suits your fancy
IMBIBE at Tiki and Vintage Cocktail Bars!
Classic cocktails from the ‘40s plus a new spin on some old favorites
Beer and wine available too
SEE An Authentic WWII Air Show and Flybys in the Sky!
Historic WWII aircraft soaring overhead and vintage vehicles on display
Bandits, bombers and warbirds entertain and delight
SPOT Celebrity Guests from The 1940s!
Get your picture taken with Frank Sinatra, Bob Hope, Carmen Miranda, Betty Grable, Lucille Ball
Keep your eyes open…you never know who’s going to show up to The Ball
SWING and Swoon with Your Sweetheart!
Take a swing dance lesson
Jump into a non-stop dance party under the stars
Dance the night away in a conga line
HEAR live music of the day on 2 big stages from The World Famous Glenn Miller Orchestra and other top notch talent!
Dead ringers for Frank Sinatra and Bob Hope
Peter Jacobs’ Wartime Radio Review
Hollywood’s singing and tap dancing sweethearts The Satin Dollz