8 February - 12 February



Join NFL players Bernard Berrian, Bobby Carpenter, Brandon Carr, Dexter McCluster, Darren McFadden and Bryant McKinnie on the Pro Blitz Super Sunday tour for all the game talk football fans crave. Bears, Vikings, Cowboys, or Ravens – this is the tour for everyone who loves football!

Wed 8 Feb 2023 JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii Clinic
Thu 9 Feb 2023 JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii Meet & Greet
Thu 9 Feb 2023 Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Meet & Greet
Fri 10 Feb 2023 MCB Hawaii, Hawaii Clinic
Sat 11 Feb 2023 Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Clinic
Sun 12 Feb 2023 Schofield Barracks, Hawaii Meet & Greet
Sun 12 Feb 2023 JB Pearl Harbor-Hickam, Hawaii Meet & Greet
Sun 12 Feb 2023 MCB Hawaii, Hawaii Meet & Greet
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 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.

Bernard Berrian

Bernard Berrian was selected by the Chicago Bears in the 2004 NFL Draft and became one of their most productive receivers and sharpest deep-threat weapons. Berrian helped the team win the NFC Championship and Super Bowl XLI. With Gus Frerotte, he tied an NFL record for the longest pass from scrimmage at 99 yards while with the Minnesota Vikings.

Bobby Carpenter

First round pick Bobby Carpenter followed his dad running back Rob Carpenter into the NFL as a Dallas Cowboy in 2006. He played for the St. Louis Rams, Miami Dolphins, and Detroit Lions during his linebacker career. Carpenter currently hosts shows for 97.1 The Fan in Columbus and nationally for ESPN. He frequently guests on The Pat McAfee Show.

Brandon Carr

Brandon Carr started in 64 games after signing with the Kansas City Chiefs in 2008. He joined the Dallas Cowboys in 2011 to lead the team in interceptions and pass deflections and tied his career-high of four interceptions with the Baltimore Ravens in 2017. His Carr Cares Foundation focuses on educational enrichment and physical fitness for youth.

Dexter McCluster

The Kansas City Chiefs drafted Dexter McCluster out of Ole Miss in 2010. McCluster scored his first NFL touchdown in his pro debut on a 94-yard punt return – the longest in team history. In 2013, McCluster had his best season when he was a Pro Bowl selection and 2nd Team All Pro. McCluster also played with the Titans, the Chargers, and the CFL.

Darren McFadden

Darren McFadden was the Raiders first-round pick in 2008, going on to catch 211 passes and scoring 4 TDs in a single game. As a Dallas Cowboy in 2015, he rushed for 1,089 yards and 3 touchdowns. He is a two-time Heisman Trophy runner-up and a College Football Hall of Fame member.

Bryant McKinnie

Bryant McKinnie was drafted by the Minnesota Vikings in the 2002 NFL Draft after winning the College National Championship as a Hurricane. He also played for the Baltimore Ravens and the Miami Dolphins. McKinnie was a Pro Bowl player in 2009 and was inducted into the University of Miami Sports Hall of Fame.