Get dolled up, grab your sweetheart and join these gals as they work to send love to hospitalized Veterans with a Socially Distant Drive-In Vintage Variety & Burlesque Show titled Drive-Up, Pin-Up’s! It will be a good time for a great cause, all from your cars this Valentines Day Weekend. Thanks to their partnership with Harry Mohney’s Erotic Heritage Museum located on Sammy Davis Jr. Drive, the group will recreate the bawdy fun of vaudevillian theaters so popular across America during and post-WWII, all from the art museums parking lot.
Guests can expect to feel the love in the air as they become wrapped up in the magic of the Hollywood Canteen that operated during the 1940’s as a club offering dancing, drinks and entertainment for service members, usually on their way overseas. The evening will feature the Swing It! Girls, dancing showgirls, comedy, variety acts, soulful lounge singers, vintage tray girls and more than a few surprises. With entertainment & atmosphere around every turn, guests will feel like they DROVE into another era.
The show is rated PG-13 for some adult language, innuendos and humor.
MASKS REQUIRED TO BE WORN AT ALL TIMES OVER MOUTH AND NOSE WHEN NOT IN VEHICLES - please follow link to COVID-19 show policies and procedures: https://www.pinupsontour.com/post/covid-19-prevention-policies-for-events
Small bites and beverages will be available from the lovely Tee Roni’s Mobile Bartending.
*see menus and contactless payment options below*
*alcoholic beverages sold AT STAND - OUTSIDE of vehicles ONLY*
Since the group first started entertaining veterans in 2015, Pin-Up’s on Tour has performed in 46 states, donated over 4000 tickets back to our military heroes, and has been able to entertain close to 3400 Active Duty & Veteran Service Members with a family-friendly, all ages show in our nations VA Hospitals! In these past few years, Pin-Up’s on Tour has donated over $70,000 in free veteran tickets and monetary donations to non-profits such as AmVets, Heels for Combat Boots, Recon Sniper Foundation, Pin-Ups for Vets, American Legion posts and VFW posts. The group’s heartfelt & glitzy work has been featured on The Huffington Post, the American Legion Magazine, the Hallmark Channel, ABC News, Good Day LA, Good Morning San Diego, Fox News, Larry King, The Tampa Bay Times, and the Game Show Network.