ICYMI: We’re re-energizing a more than 70-year association with the United Service Organizations (USO) and have been making appearances across the country to honor the courage and dedication of the service men and women and their families who have devoted their lives to serving their country.
Most recently, we headed to Boston for Sail Boston where we had a jam-packed weekend filled with amazing opportunities—from getting private tours of the USS Whidbey Island (we also did a special performance here!) and USS Constitution to performing for Navy Seal families, USO major donors, Military leadership, Sailors and Marines at a reception in Boston Harbor during the Parade of Sail. Take a look!
Thanks to our military service members for giving us an incredible tour of the USS Whidbey Island at Sail Boston! We are truly humbled and thank you for your service to our country.
Getting a private tour of the USS Whidbey Island!
Learning about what our military servicemen do on the USS Whidbey Island.
Learning about the ship on the Well Deck.
Some of the amazing crew on the ship.
Not our typical dressing room!
Performing “Shine” at a special reception for for sailors, marines and community leaders of the USO.
We were so honored to perform!
A quick pose with the Captain of the USS Whidbey Island.
We met so many incredible service members tonight!
An amazing evening with men and women of the USO at Sail Boston.
It was an honor performing at the reception for the USO overlooking Sail Boston’s Parade of Sail!
These Velvet March costumes were first worn for the grand re-opening of Radio City Music Hall in 1999!
Mixing and mingling with Navy Seals and their families.
Behind the scenes!
Re-energizing a more than 70-year alliance between the Rockettes and the USO!
Getting to know an incredible World War II veteran.
We #Flex4Forces with the USO to show our service members there is strength in numbers!
It was wonderful to meet some of our country’s courageous service members.
Video chatting with service members from Kuwait!
General Casey was at Rockette Danni’s father’s Lieutenant Colonel Change of Command in Baumholder, Germany in June 1997. That was when Danni first met General Casey—at age 5!
Photo op with Boston’s finest.
Visiting the oldest commissioned warship afloat—the USS Constitution.
Thanks to our amazing tour guide for sharing the history of “Old Ironsides” with us!