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April 15-16

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April 29-30


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June 10-11

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June 24-25


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The Red Bull Air Force is a team assembled from the most accomplished and experienced aviation experts on the planet. They specialize in highly coordinated aerial jump demonstrations and continually push the limits of human flight continually rethinking what is possible, and envision a world where all people live with boldness. They believe humans can fly and relentlessly pursue that which is thought impossible, then go and do it....

The Red Bull Helicopter is one of only a few in the world certified to do aerobatics. The highly modified BO-105C can do all kinds of tricks—barrel rolls, loops, vertical climbs, nose dives and flip forward and backward. Pilot and Red Bull athlete Aaron Fitzgerald has flown helicopter stunts for over 100 films and television shows and joined the Red Bull team in 2018....

Kevin Coleman began airplane and aerobatic flight lessons at the age of 10 in his family’s Decathlon aircraft from aerobatic Hall of Fame Legend Marion Cole. He soloed at age 16 and earned his pilot’s license at age 17 flying his first air show performance at age 18. He was the first American to fly in the Challenger Class of the Red Bull Air Race and earned a spot on the prestigious U.S. Advanced Aerobatic Team. Crowds will be thrilled as they see this amazing performer in action rolling his Extra 300 aircraft at 400 degrees per second and performing daring maneuvers at +/- 10 G’s. You won’t want to miss this 29-year-old sensation in action. In 2010, Kevin performed...

The U.S. Air Force Heritage Flight program presents the evolution of USAF air power by flying today's fighter aircraft in close formation with vintage fighter aircraft. It was created in 1997 to celebrate the 50th Anniversary of the United States Air Force. It incorporates fighters from World War II, the Vietnam War, the Korean War and other conflicts in which the USAF has been involved....

Greg Koontz flies the popular Super Decathlon through a solo aerobatic routine that demonstrates its full aerobatic capability! His dazzling display of outside loops, vertical rolls, snaps and tumbles is quite the crowd pleaser with a down low, in the dirt inverted ribbon cut as the grand finale! Greg will talk you through each maneuver from the cockpit as he flies his routine, a departure from the traditional narrated air show performance. Greg Koontz has been performing in airshows since 1974, when he joined Col. Moser's Flying Circus and learned his trademark maneuvers from the best in the business and brings to the line up, old-fashioned family entertainment in the best flying circus tradition!...

Scott "Scooter" Yoak will put on a dazzling aerobatic display  in this amazingly restored P-51D Mustang. This P-51 is a celebration of our nation’s armed forces. Every aspect of the paint represents those who have served, and those who gave the ultimate sacrifice. The black cape covering the front of the aircraft represents the veil of protection that our armed forces give us. That veil is one of the reasons why we have what we have today, freedom. As the cape extends to the back of the canopy, it spreads out and divides into feathers, symbolizing the eagle that has flown with every aviator since the birth of aviation in 1903. The black paint has tiny sparkling stars in it, each sparkle represents an...

The F-16 is the "Sports Car" of the U.S. military fighter jet community. A single engine, single pilot jet, it's sleek, highly maneuverable and fast. The F-16 Viper Demo Team shows off the full capabilities of the jet including high speed maneuvers at over 600 mph and G wrenching turns where the pilot will feel over 9 times the weight of his own body. The demo routine will include inverted spins and a 3 mile climb straight up that will take less than 10 seconds.  > Click Here for more information on the F-16....

The United States Special Operations Command Parachute Team, known as the Para-Commandos, is composed of volunteers from the United States Army, Navy, Air Force, Marines and U.S. government civilians who are assigned to the Special Operations Command.  Formed in 1991, the Para-Commandos represent the elite Special Operations Forces of the United States armed services....