Hours of Operation: Mon - Fri 8:00am - 8:00pm


Stay tuned for 2020's line-up! We've already begun planning this year's airshow

to be BIGGER, BETTER, and FULL of excitement! 


The AeroShell Aerobatic Team performs tight, awe-inspiring formation aerial maneuvers in front of millions of airshow fans all over North America. With Mark Henley, team lead; Bryan Regan, right wing; Steve Gustafson, left wing; and Jimmy Fordham, slot; this four-ship of T-6 Texan aircraft perform a series of loops, rolls, and bomb bursts in close formation for a classic aerobatic routine.

Aeroshell Aerobatics will be performing in the Evening shows.


The Phillips 66 Aerostars have been performing together, side by side at around 250 mph, for more than a decade. And while these guys are precision aerobatic pilots, they stay pretty well grounded. Like many of us, they have a passion they take very seriously: engines.

The Phillips 66 Aerostars will be performing for the Day shows.


The RV-8 is an extremely versatile aircraft, capable of speeds up to 230 miles per hour and can land short as slow as 50 miles per hour enabling them to access almost any airport.

  These Redline airplanes have been to the Dominican Republic, Acapulco Mexico, all the way to Alaska and just about everywhere in between. 

Redline will be performing in both Day and Evening Shows. 



The Nakajima B5N2 ("Kate") was the sole shipboard torpedo-bomber of the Japanese Navy at the start of the Pacific War. Until around 1942, it out-performed any Allied ship borne torpedo bomber. The FG-ID Corsair served in the U.S. Navy, U.S. Marines, Fleet Air Arm, and the Royal New Zealand Air Force, as well as the French Navy Aeronavale. The Corsair proved to be not only an outstanding fighter, but an excellent fight-bomber as well.

  The Nakajima B5N Kate will be performing in the Day shows.


"The Homewrecker"

The Homewrecker's three afterburners light up the runway as McCart races past the crowd. Over 36,000 horsepower is produced from the 18,000 lbs of thrust in the afterburners.

Build time: 19 months, six days.

Jerry McCart will be performing
in the Evening shows.


The FLS Microjet is a high performance, aerobatic, single seat, low-wing, all metal, jet-powered aircraft built from an amateur homebuilder kit. The design was originally developed in the 1970s by Jim Bede of Bede Aircraft, Inc. and designated as the BD-5. The BD-5 was dubbed “The World’s Smallest Jet”
and quickly earned a reputation
as James Bond’s jet.

Justin Lewis will be performing

in the Day shows.


Great Smoke, noise and smooth aerobatics!! Ghost Writer (Nate Hammond) is the perfect airshow opener. After dark, Ghost Writer illuminates the night sky with wing mounted pyro and lights in a graceful ballet among the stars. Two miles high and ten miles wide, Skywriting is sure to get your message noticed!

  Ghost Writer will be performing 
in the Evening shows.


Jason Flood flies a Pitts S-1S. As one of the youngest aerobatic pilots flying in the U.S. today, his career is already taking off. Jason has made a habit of ranking 1st place in just about all of the regional aerobatic competitions

he attends. 

Along with Jason's high performance & energy Pitts routine, Jason is adding a Comedy act in a Clipped-Wing Piper J3 Cub. Jason is excited & honored to bring it back to the airshow circuit for many to enjoy. This Clipped-Wing Cub was made famous in the airshow industry and in competition aerobatics by the late Hall of Famer Giles Henderson!

Jason Flood will be performing
in the Day shows.


  The P-63 was a fast airplane – its performance approaching that of the P-51 – but since the P-51 and P-47 were in full production, about 2,400 of the 3,303 P-63s produced were sent to the Soviet Union under the Lend-Lease act. France used some in Indo-China after the end of World War II. The U.S. used it as a test plane and, in a unique version, as live gunnery target training for bomber crews. These variants, called RP-63s or “Pinballs,” had much more armor to withstand the impact of the special frangible bullets used by the crews on these training missions.  

The P-63 King Cobra will be performing in the Day shows. 


with Charles Lynch

With 27 years of pilot experience, this 1945 TBM-3 Grumman Avenger N3967A B/N 53835 is owned by Charlie & Elizabeth Lynch. Designed to replace the slow and vulnerable Douglas TBD devastator, it was first flown august 1st 1941. On Dec. 7th 1941, after the Japanese attacked pearl harbor, Grumman’s new torpedo bomber was christened the “Avenger”. The avenger carried a massive load and was the largest single engine plane to fly off the carries in WWII. It carried one 2,000 lb. torpedo, or a combination of bombs, charges, or naval mines. Avengers played a crucial role in stopping the U-Boat menace.

The TBM-3 Avenger will be

performing in the Day shows.