Disabled American Veterans Centennial Celebration
Due to the generosity of caring friends, we are now able to provide free tickets to this event! Simply click on the "buy tickets" button, to obtain your complimentary tickets.
Ticket holders will be required to wear masks at all times at Music Hall, regardless of vaccination status, in all areas of the venue, except when consuming food or beverages in designated locations where physical distancing is encouraged. At this time, food and beverages are not allowed in Springer Auditorium.
For this event, we will not be requiring proof of vaccination or a negative COVID-19 test as guests do not have the necessary lead time to become fully vaccinated.
DAV (Disabled American Veterans) will mark its Centennial Celebration with a special event led by Cincinnati Pops Conductor John Morris Russell, featuring a dozen musical tributes that tell the story and milestones of military history from World War I through modern service. Joining the Pops will be The West Point Glee Club and American Idol star Melinda Doolittle.
The event will celebrate this special milestone in DAV's history and honor the millions of brave men and women it has helped to live with respect and dignity after being injured while serving our country. Founded in Cincinnati in the aftermath of World War I, DAV has assisted veterans and their families from all generations during the past century.
Want to pay it forward? Make a donation today to support DAV’s mission for another 100 years.