Letters From Home, a performance group that travels the country presenting nostalgic, high-energy music and dancing in support of veterans, active military and families, will make a stop at the Capitol Theatre for a performance at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 22.
Tickets are $27 general admission; $23 veterans and active military; limited $50 VIP tickets including a meet-and-greet as well as the show.
Doors open for the VIP meet-and-greet at 6:30 p.m. Doors open for general admission at 7 p.m.
For more information, call the Capitol Box Office at 315-337-6453. Group rates on tickets are available.
Founder Erinn Diaz and co-stars tour on a mission to revive patriotism nation-wide through music, and their shows feature a reminiscent 1940’s-style spirit in honor of those who served and are still serving.
In 2010, Diaz brought her father’s vision to life by creating Letters From Home.
Letters From Home travels the country presenting its high-energy singing and tap-dancing tributes in large theaters and small Veterans of Foreign Wars posts, week-long cruises and hometown American Legions, coffeehouses, veteran medical centers, schools, and coming in 2019, even France.
The vision of Diaz’s late father, a Coast Guard veteran, is now one of the fastest growing musical acts in the nation, performing in nearly all 50 states.
Diaz and co-stars bring nostalgia and encouragement to those who are currently serving and those who remember World War II, Vietnam, the Gulf War, and many other wartime conflicts, honored to rekindle happy memories.
On Sept. 22, Diaz will be part of America’s Bombshell Duo, along with Courtney Groves, on stage to present their signature 1940s style tribute.
In 2010, Letters From Home was born in Winston-Salem, N.C. Diaz also writes, directs and choreographs all of the Letters From Home performances: “America’s Bombshell Patriot,” “America’s Bombshell Duo,” “Voices of Victory,” “Unforgettable: A tribute to the Korean War,” “The Patriot & Friends.” “Step Into Christmas,” “Merry Christmas Darling” and “We Gotta Get Out of This Place: A Tribute to Vietnam.”