Enhance your SOF Week experience and join us for our Wednesday Night SOF Week Social. 

[This event is WAG approved.]

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Let’s Make Waves for Brain Health Awareness Together on This Historic Ship!

Space Is Limited! Reserve Your Boarding Pass Now!

Act Now: Be One of the 300 to Experience This Unique Event!








Join The Mac Parkman Foundation and the electrifying AC/DC cover band Razors Edge for a powerful evening of music, tribute, and community support.

This event is a pivotal platform for brain health awareness, paying tribute to our soldiers and veterans while spotlighting crucial support organizations within the community.

By partnering with these organizations, “The Mac Parkman Foundation Rocks the Victory: A Concert for a Cause” aims to raise awareness and tangibly support our brothers and sisters in their recovery and reintegration into civilian life. We invite our attendees to learn more about our partners’ remarkable work and consider supporting their missions. Together, we can impact the lives of those who have served and sacrificed for us.

Event Highlights:

Tribute to Heroes: A night dedicated to our military community, past and present.
Support and Unity: Engage with organizations at the forefront of brain health and veteran support.

Unique Venue: Celebrate aboard the American Victory Ship, a symbol of American resilience and freedom.
Complimentary Refreshments: Enjoy a food selection and an open bar as you participate in this memorable night.


Experience the energy of AC/DC hits with Razors Edge in a performance that promises to rock the ship.

Admission is FREE – Secure Your Spot Early!

Capacity is limited to 300 guests. Ensure your place at this historic event by registering now. 

This event is WAG Approved.

Please be advised that the Department of Defense (DoD) no longer provides “blanket” Widely Attended Gathering (WAG) determinations for external events. This event may qualify as a WAG pursuant to 5 C.F.R. § 2635.204(g). All personnel are strongly encouraged to consult with their supervisor or ethics advisor prior to attending.