Get ready for a fantastic night of free entertainment. Tops in Blue, the premier entertainment showcase of the U. S. Air Force will perform at 7 p.m. Feb. 16 at Weber State University’s Browning Center.
The event is free and open to the public and seating is filled on a first come, first serve basis. Doors open at 6:15 p.m.
“Tops in Blue is a remarkable program that displays the extraordinary musical talent of our Airmen,” said Terri Holst, Hill AFB’s marketing director. “I’m thrilled that they will perform locally, giving the communities surrounding the base a chance to experience an awesome performance put on by the Air Force.”
Tops in Blue continues its long-standing tradition of “family entertaining family” by showing us what has made them a must-see event every year for the last 57 years. The group will play anything from Stevie Wonder to the Black Eyed Peas, ensuring a variety of music.
Combine musical talent with the dazzling lights, beautiful costumes and precision choreography for which Tops in Blue is known for worldwide, and it’s definitely a show that’s sure to please everyone.
Tops in Blue is an active duty Air Force special unit composed of talented amateur performers. After competing against thousands of other Airmen, the group of 35 travel worldwide to perform. Known as the Air Forces’ “Expeditionary Entertainers,” the group’s main mission is to perform for military personnel and their families throughout the world.
Tops in Blue has performed with such legends as Ed Sullivan, Bob Hope, Alabama, Barbara Mandrell, Boyz II Men and many others. They performed the entire halftime shows for the 1981 Garden State Bowl and Super Bowl XIX in 1985 as well as for heads of state and dignitaries throughout the world.
For more information on Tops in Blue, their mission and schedule go to www.topsinblue.com