5TH ANNUAL AMERICAN FREEDOM FESTIVAL
San Diego, CA (March 31, 2014) — The American Freedom Foundation announces the 5th Anniversary of the American Freedom Festival San Diego concert event. The annual charity event will be held on Saturday, May 24, 2014 at 7:30 pm featuring the ultimate classic rock all-star band, World Classic Rockers. The concert, held annually aboard the historic USS MIDWAY MUSEUM, was a sell out last year! As a result, the Museum is moving planes around on the flight deck to accommodate an additional 400 seats for concertgoers.
World Classic Rockers is being brought back by popular demand and features former members of Lynyrd Skynyrd, Steppenwolf, Journey, Boston and Santana performing such classic rock hits as: BORN TO BE WILD, MORE THAN A FEELING, SWEET HOME ALABAMA, BLACK MAGIC WOMAN, SEPARATE WAYS, DON’T LOOK BACK, FREE BIRD, MAGIC CARPET RIDE, GIMME THREE STEPS, ROCK ‘N ROLL BAND, FREE BIRD, ANYWAY YOU WANT IT, WHAT’S YOUR NAME, HERE I GO AGAIN, and more!
Over the last four years, American Freedom Festival San Diego has raised approximately $120,000 for local San Diego military charitable organizations. This year the event will benefit San Diego Armed Service YMCA, Wounded Warrior Support Network, ReBoot Workshops and Nice Guys Victory Fund. Further doing great work for our local community, the American Freedom Foundation will also hold their annual Warriors To The Workforce Hiring Event for veterans, transitioning military service members and their spouses on Friday, May 23 in the Hangar Deck of the USS Midway Museum.
Ticket Information: Tickets for the American Freedom Festival San Diego aboard the USS Midway Museum on Saturday, May 24 at 7:30pm are $69.50, $59.50 and $49.50 (plus applicable service charges). Tickets are available through www.midway.org/freedom and www.americanfreedomfoundation.org. For more information, please visit www.americanfreedomfoundation.org or www.midway.org/freedom or call (619) 398-8241.
The San Diego Armed Services YMCA enhances the lives of service members and their families in mind, body, and spirit through programs and services that are relevant to the unique challenges of military life. militaryymca.org/. REBOOT WorkshopsTM are designed to assist members of the military in making the social and career transition from years of service by addressing their fears and “re-booting” their skills. The workshop features three weeks of education designed to enhance and build upon their training, experience and skills to prepare them for life after the military. www.nvtsi.org. The Wounded Warrior Support Network features businesses and individuals joining together in a campaign to pay tribute to our Wounded Warriors by providing active support from treatment to transition. The support will include providing access to entertainment and sporting events, events for Wounded Warriors and their families to spend quality time together and a network of resources to help aid our Wounded Warriors in finding jobs. www.woundedwarriorsupportnetwork.org. The Nice Guys have been a part of San Diego since 1979, helping local families and individuals who, through no fault of their own, have fallen on tough times. Their goal is to get people back on their feet and self-sufficient . . . offering a hand up not a hand out. In April of 2003, a special fund, called the Victory Fund, was begun under the auspices of the Nice Guys organization. This fund has the sole purpose of providing aid and support to wounded Marines, sailors, and their families. www.sdniceguys.com