Vets And Service Members Can Attend These 13 Major Events For Free In September

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Early September, including Labor Day weekend, is a great chance to spend time with your family and get out in your community while the weather is perfect and summer is wrapping up. The nonprofit Veteran Tickets Foundation, or Vet Tix, is currently distributing tickets for just some of the hundreds of events available at VetTix.org. Every event included on this list has at least 100 donated tickets available for our veteran and military members.


How do you get these tickets? To become a Vet Tix member and request tickets to these and hundreds of other events, visit VetTix.org to create a free account.

Sept. 2 Cincinnati, Ohio: Cincinnati Reds vs. St. Louis Cardinals baseball game

Sept. 3 Tucson, Arizona: Tucson Speedway, Modified Hot Shot 50

Sept. 3 Glendale, Arizona: BYU vs. University of Arizona football game

Sept. 3 Indianapolis, Indiana: Chevrolet Performance U.S. Nationals - NHRA Mello Yello drag racing series

Sept. 3 Sterling Heights, Michigan: 5th annual Summerland Tour with Sugar Ray, Everclear and Lit

Sept. 4 Dallas, Texas: Time Warp Tour with Tributes To P!Nk, Alice in Chains, Prince and Fleetwood Mac

Sept. 4 Nichols, New York: Kenny Rogers: The Gambler concert

Sept. 5 Chicago, Illinois: Chicago White Sox vs. Detroit Tigers baseball game

Sept. 5 Minneapolis, Minnesota: Minnesota Twins vs. Kansas City Royals baseball game

Sept. 8 Philadelphia, Pennsylvania: There Goes the Neighborhood Comedy Tour with the Reverend Bob Levy

Sept. 10 Auburn, Washington: Prophets of Rage – Make America Rage Again Tour

Sept. 10 Tempe, Arizona: Arizona State vs. Texas Tech college football game

Sept. 10 Maryland Heights, Missouri: Toby Keith Interstates and Tailgates Tour

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Marines should not be expected to choose between being the best parent possible and their career duties, Commandant Gen. David Berger wrote in his planning guidance released to the force Tuesday.

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