THROUGH MEANINGFUL EVENTS THAT UNITE, HONOR, EDUCATE AND INSPIRE
In addition to providing America's most meaningful events - Historic Programs honors our History Makers by placing their name and story on our Tribute Wall. These individuals have made an indelible impact that has not only affected those around them but whose actions and influence will continue to unite, educate and inspire the people of our world for generations to come.
AMERICA'S MOST MEANINGFUL EVENTS ARE LIVING MEMORIALS
Over the past two decades, Historic Programs has produced countless events around the world. These events have been recognized by government officials, international and organizations as the "most comprehensive and meaningful programs for our participants, for those we honor and for the thousands of appreciative spectators." Every Historic Program is a "Living Memorial" - commemorating the past and celebrating the future while honoring those whose contributions made a positive impact on the world and changed the course of history.
Veteran Salutes during Anthem performance from Pearl Harbor Parade Marching Band
TEACHING THE LEADERS OF TOMORROW THE LESSONS OF THE PAST
Historic Programs provides concerts, festivals and parades as part of official commemorations and celebrations. Joining our young students with our history makers creates an occasion that not only commemorates the past but strengthens the foundation for a better future.
"The impact that this experience had on me, as I listened to a Pearl Harbor Survivor share his personal experience of the attack - It forever changed me. Until I came here (Pearl Harbor) I had no idea what really happened... I will never forget what they did for me. " - High School Band Student
Official Commemorative Partner of the
Vietnam War Commemoration
FEATURED PROGRAM - December 7, 2021
The Pearl Harbor Memorial Parade and Musical Salute to the Veterans will provide a meaningful tribute to our veterans, active military men and women and their families. The Event will take place in Honolulu, Hawaii on December 7, 2021 and will commemorate the 80th anniversary of the attack on Pearl Harbor.