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Food, fun and fireworks aboard the USS Midway6:30 pm - 8:00 pm Participate in this special event aboard the Midway to support the AVMF.All in a private setting:. Exclusive docent tours. 7:00 pm all hands on fl ight deck for an animal lovers surprise!. Complimentary food and beverage. Enjoy simulated fl ight adventures. Explore the historic air craft carrier exhibits. Interact with Midway naval ambassadors. Say "cheese" for your commemorative photo. Early access shopping aboard the ship. Stay aboard until the 9:45 event ending fi rework displayTicket Prices: $75.00 Adults; $25.00 children 12 and underHosted by the8:00 pm - 10:00 pm USS Midway opens to all convention attendees for fun and f reworks.. Music and dancing on the fl ight deck. Complimentary light refreshments. Optional simulator rides. Unmatched networking. Say "cheese" for your commemorative photo. Shopping available in the USS Midway gift shop. Cap the night with an amazing fi rework display over the bayAttendee badge required for entrance onto the MidwaySponsored by

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