All tickets and parking for the 2021 Military Bowl have been processed to the original method of payment used at the time of purchase . Please note that all per ticket and processing fees are nonrefundable. For those who donated, donation receipts will be sent via email.
Dear Military Bowl fans,
Thank for you supporting the 2021 Military Bowl presented by Peraton, benefiting the USO. We are incredibly disappointed this year’s game was canceled due to COVID-19 safety protocols.
All Military Bowl game tickets, hospitality tickets and parking passes will be refunded to the original method of purchase in 7 to 10 business days. (Suite holders will be contacted individually.)
Or, for those who choose, you may donate all or some of your purchase to the Military Bowl Foundation. The Foundation is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit organization and relies on the generous donations of supporters to achieve its mission of honoring the nation’s current and former service members. All donations are 100 percent tax-deductible.
With this year’s game – the Foundation’s biggest source of income – canceled, we need your help more than ever to ensure the Military Bowl continues making a difference for our nation’s service members.
If you would like to donate to the Military Bowl Foundation, please click here.
For those of you who choose to generously donate some or all of your purchase, please know that your contribution makes a difference for service members.
The Bowl provides the opportunity to recognize service members and shine a spotlight on the military – at the Military Bowl Parade, the Military Bowl Tailgate Festival and during the game, with in-game elements such as an enlistment ceremony that sees 100 recruits take the oath of enlistment. More than 3,000 active-duty and veteran service members received complimentary tickets to attend this year’s game, a show of appreciation for their service.
Additionally, the Bowl also welcomes Medal of Honor Recipients from across the country; eight were scheduled to attend this year’s game. The national anthem was scheduled to be performed by a quartet of active-duty and veteran service members, Voices of Service. The Team Fastrax parachute team, consisting mostly of military veterans from the Rangers, Special Forces and Airborne units, also was set to perform, with a flyover provided by the U.S. Coast Guard.
Then there are the bowl’s beneficiaries. Funds raised by the Bowl directly impact service members through the USO and also Patriot Point, the Military Bowl Foundation’s 294-acre retreat for wounded, ill and injured service members, their families and caregivers.
Thank you again for supporting the Military Bowl. We wish you a happy new year and look forward to a better year in 2022.
President & Executive Director
Military Bowl Foundation