A Salute To “The Greatest Generation” And The 74th Anniversary Of The End Of World War II

A night of great music will salute “The Greatest Generation”.

Patrick Swindell and Esquire Jazz will highlight the fifth annual “Tribute to the Greatest Generation” dinner and dance hosted by the Texas Air and Space Museum on Labor Day Saturday, August 31, 2019, from 6P to 10P.

The event will mark the 74th anniversary of the official end of World War II on September 02, 1945.

The band dresses in military attire and plays the Big Band music of the 1930s, 40s, and 50s and will feature a World Buffet with foods representing many of the nations who participated in the war, in addition to a cash bar. 

There will be a flag presentation by VFW Golding Meadows Post 1475 in honor of the U.S. military branches, followed by a personal toast to those who served in WWII so that they are not forgotten.

 The cost is $50 per person for civilians, $35 per person for active or veteran military and a guest, $25 per person for those ages 21 to 29 years as the latest generation who would remember the greatest generation as grand- or great grandparents. Tickets are available at Goodin’s Jewelry at 3701 Olsen Blvd, at the museum or online at:www.tributegreatestgeneration.org.

 The museum is located in the English Field Aviation hangar at 10001 American Blvd at Rick Husband Amarillo International Airport north of the Bell Helicopter complex. For more information, call 806-374-2066.