Here is some helpful information to prepare you for the best possible Spirit of America experience!
Tickets are required, but do not guarantee admission.
There is a possibility some shows may sell out in advance. To avoid disappointment, request tickets early by phone, mail or internet (see Ticketing page for details).
Seating is on a first come, first served basis (open seating).
Doors will open 90 minutes before show time for all performances, so come early and enjoy the pre-show entertainment!
Cameras with interchangeable lens, tripods and video cameras are not permitted.
Spirit of America is approximately 2 hours in length, including one 20 minute intermission.
Accessible seating is readily available and a section is reserved for those requiring a sign language interpreter. Please contact the appropriate arena to request ADA tickets (see Ticketing page for details).
Tour and school groups are welcome!
There is no limit to the number of tickets you can request. The arena group sales office takes requests for groups of 20 or more (see Ticketing page).
Bus drop off points and parking information is available from the arena.
Soldiers in period uniforms reenact key moments in U.S. Army and American history. These reenactments include battle scenes and short periods of simulated gunfire. Audiences should be prepared for loud noises.
Refreshments are available throughout the performance from concession stands in the arena concourse. No outside food or beverage is allowed.
Although Spirit of America is a FREE event, you must obtain a ticket for the location, date and time you want to attend.