Join VETOGA and partners at John Strongbow’s Tavern to celebrate our nation’s freedom and give thanks to those who have provided that Freedom!
VETOGA is a veteran run non-profit whose mission is to provide yoga, meditation, and healing arts to active-duty military, veterans, their families and communities.
This event helps our military and veterans become Yoga Instructors and will bring the healing benefits of yoga back to their communities.
We will have great music and camaraderie to include several bands, and much more as we host this massive charity event to raise funds to cover the tuition cost for veterans to become yoga instructors at the VETOGA teacher training this year.
$25 - General Admission at the door
$50 - Adminission + Gourmet Food Buffet that comes with two drinks (beer, wine or rail drinks) and live music (Vegan options available)
Raffle tickets are available for amazing auction items! Silent auction will be on-going all night.
Fantastic food and libations will be available. Hookah lounge will be open all night.
All proceeds going to VETOGA’s Teacher Training Program. To purchase your tickets, call: 703-329-3075, or to purchase online, go to: http://donate.vetoga.org/VetoGala
To celebrate, we will have several bands and musicians playing that night:
4:00 Opening Speeches about VETOGA
|Marah Strickland||4:00 - 5:30pm|
|Hardcover||6:00 - 7:30p|
|DC Mudd||8:00 - 9:30pm|
|Most Savage Gentlemen||10:00 - close|
Dress Code: Super Casual
This event is the grand climax to: #VetogaNation. In the month of JULY we are hosting: #VetogaNation Fundraising Campaign. Our goal in VETOGA is to TEACH veterans to become yoga instructors and then they will go back into their communities to SHARE the teachings and healing benefits of yoga. They then UNITE with other veterans and their families to form sustainable communities.
We are having the closing ceremony and night of celebrations at John Strongbow’s Tavern in Alexandria, VA.
For more information go to: http://donate.vetoga.org/VetoGala
Space and tickets are limited. To purchase your tickets, call 703-329-3075, or to purchase online, go to: