3 July - 4 July


Welcome to La La Land

If you are down for hot beats and chill vibes, you have come to the right place. Bryce Vine is bringing the fun with the hottest hits this side of La La Land. Catch the California spirit, ride the musical wave, and experience the best that summer has to offer. If you are ready to party, you are in luck—Bryce Vine is bringing fresh rhythms and that “Lazy Fair” feeling—all we need is you!

If you are ready to conquer the heat with the coolest show around, you have found it! Bring your friends and check out Bryce Vine. Do not be a “Sour Patch Kid”—be sure to catch this tour!

Tour FAQs
  • How do I get schedule information on specific shows?

    We make it easy. The calendar and menu of events are categorized by genre and region, right here on our site.

  • Why do entertainers perform for the military?

    Performers need to perform. It's in their DNA. Plus, going on tour with Armed Forces Entertainment is an opportunity for artists to give back and honor the sacrifices deployed servicemembers and their families make on behalf of our country. For up-and-coming artists, touring with AFE is a great way to build an audience. For established artists, it's an up-close-and-personal way to say thanks to fans.

  • How much do tickets cost?

    It's FREE to attend every Armed Forces Entertainment show. Every single show, every single time.

  • Why are there occasional schedule changes?

    Sometimes emergencies and personal challenges pop up for scheduled artists. Add the uncertainty of world politics, and tour agendas inevitably shift. We rush the updates to the effected venue and make changes to the online show schedule as quickly as possible. It doesn't happen often, but it does happen, and we're sorry for the inconvenience.

  • Can I invite non-military people to AFE events?

    It depends on the rules of your installation. In general, yes, non-military guests are allowed at AFE shows. But military personnel are our priority.

Bryce Vine

Bryce Vine presents a genre-bending sound all his own, drawn from the bass-heavy rap influence of his father and the bright, pop sensibility of his mother, from a childhood spent between New York and Los Angeles. His keen blend of laid-back hip-hop prompted Entertainment Weekly to praise his “boundary-pushing aesthetic,” TIME to say he “sounds like the definition of cool,” and VIBE to assert that “You can’t put Bryce Vine in a box.”

He recently made his major label debut with “Carnival,” released by Sire Records, with inspirations that run the gamut of the pop culture zeitgeist—referencing his favorite sci-fi TV shows and 90s nostalgia—and commentary on growing up in Los Angeles. He effortlessly fuses the punk spirit of Blink-182 with homages to Tupac and OutKast. Since his breakthrough success with the two-time platinum song “Drew Barrymore,” he has sold out headline tours across the United States, earning further hits with the platinum “La La Land” (featuring YG) and “I’m Not Alright” with Loud Luxury, and accumulating more than 720 million streams worldwide.

He has performed on “Late Night” with Seth Meyers, “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” “The Wendy Williams Show,” “The Kelly Clarkson Show,” “The Late Late Show” with James Corden, and “Live with Kelly and Ryan.” As Teen Vogue expressed, “[His] smooth, unpretentious performance really sold us on Bryce as a breakout star.”