The Bills announced they will unveil their new uniforms on June 24 in an event at Ralph Wilson Stadium. It will begin at 6:30 and run until about 10:30 p.m. The Bills say the unveiling ceremony will be held in conjunction with the U.S. military. The event will include live music, Bills alumni and the Jills cheerleaders. There will be on-field access and football-themed games for fans. Then there will be a screening of a box-office hit movie 45 minutes after the unveiling ceremony. Fans can vote for the movie of their choice by going to the Bills' Facebook page (Facebook.com/BuffaloBills). The Blind Side, Top Gun and Despicable Me are the movie choices listed on the page. Complimentary tickets are required to attend the event. They are available at select Verizon wireless locations in Buffalo and Rochester, all Erie County M&T Bank locations and the Bills' stadium ticket office. There is a limit of six tickets per person. (Season-ticket holders will be sent ticket information.) The last time the Bills re-designed their uniforms was before the 2002 season. The new redesign will keep the Bills' charging buffalo logo. The helmets will change from red to white. The home jerseys are expected to go back to more of a royal blue color.