Since 2011, ASU Gammage has hosted its
annual Heroes Night. This event is dedicated
to honoring veterans, active duty military
and their families. The evening includes a
pre-show salute from the Gammage stage,
patriotic entertainment in the Gammage
plaza and an opportunity for members of the
military and their families to see a Broadway
performance and participate in a pre-show
reception at no cost.
For ASU Gammage it is important to have a
special night each season to recognize these
brave men, women and children who make
sacrifices every day to ensure our freedom.
Since its inception, Heroes Night has hosted
more than 500 military family members.
“This tells a number of us that what we do
really does matter, and that it is noticed. I
can only hope someday that all those vets
that came before me get to feel what my
family and I felt at Heroes Night,” says
First Sergeant Steve Radnor, Heroes Night
This season Heroes Night will take place
on Tuesday, January 13 during the opening
of JOSEPH AND THE AMAZING
ASU Gammage is committed to veterans,
active duty and their families. Our goal is
through programs such as Heroes Night is
to come together as a community and honor
all the sacrifices our military and their
families make every day!
Heroes Night is just a small token of ASU
Gammage’s huge gratitude for the selfless
sacrifices made by the men and women who
have served or are currently serving in a our
Heroes Night is made possible with
additional funding provided by the Arizona
Lottery, APS, George Brazil Home Services,
Macy’s, My Big Fat Greek and The Arizona
Republic/AZCentral. VETTIX is also a
proud partner of Heroes Night.
Heroes Night 2014 guests sing “The Star Spangled Banner.” Photo: Tim Trumble
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