ALL AMERICANS 2022 EVENT SCHEDULE
|JAN 20-23||Battle of the Bulge Tactical||Enfield, NC|
|FEB 11-13||American Heritage Festival||Lake City, SC|
|MAR 24-27||Camp Toccoa Living History||Toccoa, GA|
|APR 22-24||Denton Farm Park Military Show||Denton, NC|
|MAY 19-21||Okinawa – 1945 Tactical||Newville, PA|
|JUN 2-5||Reading WWII Weekend||Reading, PA|
|JUN 10-12||American Heritage Festival||Piney Flats, TN|
|JUL 2-3||Mooresville Flag and Independence Day Celebration||Mooresville, NC|
|AUG 17-21||D-Day Conneaut||Conneaut, OH|
|SEP 9-11||Road to Rome Tactical||Enfield, NC|
|SEP 29-OCT 2||Toccoa Military Weekend||Toccoa, GA|
|NOV 11-13||Warbirds Over Monroe||Monroe, NC|
Living History: A living history is a public event where reenactors create displays, demonstrations, and stage mock engagements to interpret WWII history for visitors. These are often held at historical sites, airshows, museums, schools, or at celebrations of various military-related holidays. The goal of a living history event is for the reenactors to educate the public about the Soldiers we portray.
Tactical Reenactment: Also known simply as a “tactical,” these are private events for reenactors where opposing groups employ the tactics of the troops they represent in a war game scenario. Due to the wide-ranging, fast-moving nature of a tactical, they are not accessible for public viewing. Tacticals called “immersion events” most closely replicate the life of the frontline soldier and involve occupying a foxhole throughout the event and focus on patrolling and frontline life.