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Celebrate the big game on the sunny shores of Cuba with your favorite NFL alumni and cheerleaders! Meet football pros Orlando Franklin and Reuban Droughns and get to know cheerleaders from the Broncos, Colts, Rams, and Titans this game day.
|Sat 11 Feb 2023||GTMO||MEET/GREET|
|Sun 12 Feb 2023||GTMO||MEET/GREET|
|Sun 12 Feb 2023||GTMO||WATCH PARTY|
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 familes 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 instillation. In general, yes, non-military guests are allowed at AFE shows. But military personnel are our priority.
Offensive lineman Orlando Franklin was drafted to the Denver Broncos in the 2nd round in 2011 and became a regular starter for the team at right tackle for the next 4 seasons, helping the Broncos reach Super Bowl XLVIII in 2013. Franklin retired in 2018 and now hosts a sports talk radio show in Denver.
After a standout career at the University of Oregon, running back Reuben Droughns was drafted in the third round by the Lions in 2000. In his NFL career with the Lions, Broncos, Browns and Giants, Droughns registerd 3,602 rushing yards, 19 rushing touchdowns, 123 receptions and 6 receiving touchdowns, and earned a Super Bowl ring with the Giants at Super Bowl XLII.
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