Blue Angels On The Beach

Blue Angels on the Beach Getaway

Win a Four (4) Day, three (3) night stay in a Junior Suite at the Hilton Gulf Front on Pensacola Beach To watch the Blue Angels Air Show

The official Pensacola Beach Air Show is Saturday, July 8th. 
Live practice shows over Pensacola Beach will be held on July 5th, 6th & 7th. 

Purchase Tickets
Picture of the Hilton Garden In On Pensacola Beach

Win a Front Row Seat To The Blue Angels on Pensacola Beach

Hotel stay at the Hilton on Pensacola Beach is scheduled for check-in on July 6, with checkout on July 9. 

Tickets can be purchased in person until June 27. The last day to purchase online is Monday, June 26. The winner will be announced at Bands on The Beach on June 27, 2023. 

Ticket Prices

$5 for 1 Ticket 
$20 for 5 Tickets 
$100 for 30 Tickets 
$150 for 50 Tickets 
$500 for 200 Tickets 
$1000 for 500 Tickets (BEST VALUE)

All Proceeds Benefit Independence for the Blind of West Florida. 

There is no better place to watch the Blue Angels than a beachside hotel on beautiful Pensacola Beach. 

About Independence for the Blind

 Independence for the Blind (IB) has been serving the Visually Impaired community since 1980 and is the ONLY nonprofit devoted to training, educating and empowering individu- als living with Blindness and Visual Impairments in West Florida. Today, the IB service area in- cludes the 10 western counties from the port of Pensacola to the Apalachicola River covering over 7,500 square miles.

Our Programs

Programs are designed to meet the emotional and practical needs of the Blind and Visually Impaired Community. Independence for the Blind currently provides training in 5 programs.

1. Adult Program (Ages 18-54): Assists individuals ages 18-54 to maintain their independence by providing daily living, communication, and technology training who are unable to work or not seeking employment.

2. Older Blind Program (Ages 55+): Assists individuals ages 55+ to maintain their independence by providing daily living, communication, and technology skills training.

3. Transition Program (Ages 14-22): Teaches blind and visually impaired teens ages 14-22 the tools to be independent, prepare for college and to enter the workforce after high school.

4. Visually Impaired Persons (VIP) Children’s Program (ages 5-13): Teaches blind and visually impaired children ages 5-13 the tools to be independent, technology, daily living, communication, and pre job skills to aid them with entering high school and beyond.

5. Vocational Rehabilitation Program (Ages 18+): Assist individuals ages 18+ who are seeking job related skills or to maintain current employment with vision loss.

Become a Recurring Donor

Ways You Can Support Us

We invite and encourage you to become a monthly donor to Independence For The Blind. Recurring contributions are an important part of maintiaining our ongoing programming and enable us to better plan for the future. Please consider making a donation in any amount today.

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