World of Tanks Let's Battle 2017 Tour Tickets Now Available

Fans can now RSVP for all three events on the tour.

Wargaming has announced they will be hosting a 2017 iteration of their World of Tanks Let’s Battle Tour, a series of special military-themed events which help to directly benefit the Project VALOR military charity program through proceeds from ticket sales.

For this year’s Let’s Battle Tour, there will be three different events, each of which costs $20 per ticket. The details and dates for each event are as follows:

July 15th in Kasota, Minnesota

●     Drive a Tank event in which attendees can drive real-life tanks and watch demonstrations in which professional tank drivers crush other vehicles.

August 19th in Conneaut, Ohio

●     D-Day Ohio event in which attendees can watch a live reenactment of the storming of Omaha Beach, inland skirmishes, and parachute insertions from World War II.

September 30th in Christi, Texas

●     USS Lexington event in which attendees can board the titular Essex class carrier craft and explore its massive flight deck which features over 20 different military aircraft.

In addition to access to each event, the ticket price also includes free food and drink, gaming stations where attendees can play Wargaming’s various titles, an exclusive military messenger bag and event badge which are personalized with the attendee’s favorite game and in-game name, access to special contests with unique prizes, and more.

Additional details and links to each event’s RSVP page can be found here. For more on the latest World of Tanks coverage, be sure to check out our guide on how to properly use the Chrysler K Premium Tank.

 

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Nate Hohl

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