The Victory Belles of the National WWII Museum are cherished by audiences of all ages. They are a charming vocal trio who serenade audiences around the world! Their spirited performances feature dazzling costumes, captivating choreography, audience interaction, and WWII era musical hits that are sung in lovely three-part harmony. The music of the 1940s brought hope and joy to our GIs and those on the Home Front alike, and the Victory Belles keep that tradition alive today. Their wide vary of repertoire includes treasured gems of the 1940s plus patriotic classics, including a musical salute to each branch of the United States Armed Forces. These talented young women honor our veterans and active duty members through hundreds of performances each year, including weekly shows at the WWII Museum’s very own Stage Door Canteen. Some of the Victory Belle’s national and international performances include: the Ellis Island Medal of Honor Ceremony; USO Galas in Japan and Hawaii; National Anthems at NFL, MLB, and NBA games; USO Guam Six Star Salute; on board the USS Wasp and USS Midway; with military bands including West Point Military Academy; symphony orchestras, countless VA Hospitals, and prestigious corporate events.