The USO is bringing its iconic entertainment tours to the worldwide stage for a one-night-only event.

World's Biggest USO Tour
World's Biggest USO Tour

From The Anthem concert stage in Washington, The World’s Biggest USO Tour will livestream performances by Florida Georgia Line, actor-comedian Adam Devine and special guest Celebrity Chef Robert Irvine to service members, their families and Americans around the world – bringing them together for an exclusive USO experience.

Throughout the event, the USO will connect with watch parties at USO centers around the world to bring Americans and service members behind the scenes to experience the magic of its USO shows, programs and services. USO supporters, service members and influencers in attendance will have the opportunity to visit interactive stations that provide a first-hand look at the USO’s mission.

Country Superstars, Florida Georgia Line
Comedian-Actor, Adam Devine
Celebrity Chef, Robert Irvine
Senior Military Leadership

Sept. 12, 2018

5:30-6:30 p.m. – USO Experiential Walkthroughs & SME Interviews
7 p.m. – In-House Show Begins
8 p.m. – Watch Livestream @

The Anthem DC
901 Wharf Street SW
Washington, D.C. 20024
Livestream @

The World’s Biggest USO Tour brings an exclusive and immersive look into what drives the USO’s 77-year-old mission to strengthen service members by keeping them connected to family, home and country. This unique engagement will raise awareness about the great work delivered by USO locations worldwide and generate enthusiasm among the public in continued support of our nation’s men and women in uniform.

Watch the livestream at and engage on social media via #USOTour2018

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