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Queen Mary offers free admission to active military for July 4 celebration

Queen Mary July 4 Entertainment and Fireworks Extravaganza
Queen Mary July 4 Entertainment and Fireworks Extravaganza
Ella Batalon

The Long Beach Queen Mary is once again showing her patriotism offering free admission to all active military personnel for her annual All American July 4th Entertainment Voyage and Fireworks Extravaganza.

Military guests and general admission guests can enjoy this year's 2014 celebration as her Royal Highness turns back the hands of time to the 20th Century as they are greeted onboard with a 1910 old time Fair-style theme and many family-friendly activities from old fashion carnival games to a Roaring 20s Gatsby Buffet complete with Speakeasy jazz music and Flappers cutting a rug on the dance floor with a variety of food, activities and entertainment showcasing every decade.

This year's July 4th celebration begins at noon and ends at eleven. Shipboard guests can stroll the entire ship and enjoy a playground of favorite eras that includes wartime 40s music and entertainment, the Fabulous 50s, Disco era 70s, with a throw back to the Big Hair 80s to present day—bringing back fond memories for many and new experiences for family members with an appreciation for The Queen Mary's wartime history as a military war ship.

Be sure to grab a spot on deck to enjoy the nights show. Every year throngs of onboard guests crowd the Queen's top decks vying for the best viewing location for the spectacular fireworks display.

General admission is $39.99 ($45 the day of the event), Child Pass (ages 4 - 11) $19.99 ($25 the day of the even), Children under 3 get in for Free! VIP Patriot Pass $59.99 ($65 the day of the event) and includes the All American 4th of July experience with exclusive access to three decks complete with exclusive programming and entertainment.

For more information, tickets, dining options, VIP Packages, and special July 4th Overnight Stay visit their website at: or call (877) 342-0738.

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