The United States Air Force Full Spectrum Virtual Concert Series

August 24–September 7
Time: 7pm

Celebrate the unofficial end of summer with a spirited virtual performance by USAF Heritage of America Band “Full Spectrum.”

The online concert features a full-range of contemporary music from pop to rock that pays homage to their patriotic roots with classic American anthems, too.

In the weeks leading up to Labor Day, stream new 5-minute recordings from the band right here on our website, as well as on DRWC’s Facebook and YouTube pages, all of which will culminate in a special Labor Day performance on Monday, September 7 at 7 pm.

Live Stream Schedule

August 24: “Look at the Silver Lining” (standard written in 1919)
August 31: “Sing Together” (written by and featuring the band Train, along with USAF band members)
September 4: “Don’t Give Up on Me” (written by Andy Grammar)
September 7: “Battle Hymn of the Republic” (written in the 1800s)

Hosting a “Full Spectrum” watch party? We wanna come! Share your photos and videos of you dancing and singing along at home by tagging us on FacebookTwitter, and Instagram or using the #MyPhillyWaterfront hashtag.

About The United States Air Force Full Spectrum
Full Spectrum is a seven-piece electrifying, high energy pop/hip hop group out of the USAF Heritage of America Band. This dynamic group of Active Duty musicians is assembled from areas throughout the U.S., but calls Langley AFB, Virginia home.

Their musical influence stems from their main mission of reaching this generation’s youth and young adults. The band performs music ranging from today’s popular hits to include Latin, Hip Hop, Funk, R&B, Classic Rock, and a host of other styles. Full Spectrum delights listeners of all ages, whether performing for US Presidents, high school students, at music festivals, or for the joint-combined military forces deployed around the globe. Their live performances have earned praise from celebrities around the world including Conan O’Brien, Michelle Obama, Grace Potter, Harry Connick Jr., and Joe Bonamassa.