August 26 & 27 | 9:30 am - 5:30 pm | Lincoln Airpark | NW 38th St, Lincoln, NE | FREE to attend | Parking is FREEPremium seating is SOLD OUT

The show begins at 11 am, however we do not provide a schedule of the performances due to unpredictable weather conditions. The acts will perform the same show both days. 

Diaper bags and bags and/or coolers that are required for medicine are permitted. All bags are subject to search.

Various food vendors will be at the show. There will also be FREE water stations or what we call Water Buffalos. They will be available to fill your water bottles throughout the day.

Stollers are permitted and wagons are also allowed to carry your children and/or chairs.

2023 Performers

Airshow Activities

The Blue Angels Team

A total of 16 officers voluntarily serve with the Blue Angels. Each year the team typically selects three tactical (fighter or fighter/attack) jet pilots, two support officers and one Marine Corps C-130 pilot to relieve departing members. The Chief of Naval Air Training selects the "Boss," the Blue Angels Commanding Officer. Boss must have at least 3,000 tactical jet flight-hours and have commanded a tactical jet squadron. The Commanding Officer flies the Number 1 jet. The Chief of Naval Air Training also selects the "XO," the Blue Angels Executive Officer. XO is a Naval Flight Officer (NFO) or Naval Aviator with at least 1,750 flight-hours. Officers typically serve two years with the team. Blue Angels officers return to the fleet after their tours of duty. 

The Hangar - U.S. Air Force 

The Hangar was created to showcase the expertise of Air Force Maintainers who work every day in hangars and on the flight line to keep aircraft flying. This tour appeals to the tech-tinkerer, mechanically inclined individual and utilizes a range of technology, including LeapMotion and virtual reality to inform and entertain.
- A full-size F-16 Fighting Falcon for visitors to take photographs 
- Visitors repair a CV-22 hydraulic leak with the help of LeapMotion technology
- Using VR and a replicated KC-135 boom pod structure, visitors perform an in-flight refueling mission
- C-130 Hercules tire change challenge that tests speed and determination

How to Prevent Your Children/Loved Ones from Getting Lost at the Airshow

  1. Wear bright colored unique clothing that is easy to locate in a crowd. Have everyone in your group wear the same unique clothing. Remember the outfit your child/loved one was wearing.

  2. Take a family selfie prior to entering the show to provide current appearance and apparel.

  3. Wristbands or Ultraviolet markings will be available at pedestrian entrances with military members providing instructions on the information to include and where to locate it on your child / loved one.

  4. After entering the Airshow, walk to the lost child tent to identify designated meeting point in case a family member is lost.

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