Pacific Airshow set to take off again in October

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Pacific Airshow set to fly again in 2021.

Few things can bring our community together like the thrill and exhilaration that an Airshow can, and fans can look forward to another great year of world-class aerobatics and supersonic military jets at the family-friendly, patriotic Pacific Airshow. Premium Airshow tickets will go on sale July 1 for the 2021 show, taking place Oct. 1 – 3 over the beautiful Pacific Ocean in Huntington Beach.

This year’s show is set to be the best one yet and will feature the U.S. Navy Blue Angels celebrating their 75th anniversary season and flying new F/A-18 Super Hornets, the Canadian Forces Snowbirds celebrating their 50th anniversary, Captain Kristin “BEO” Wolfe leading the U.S. Air Force ACC F-35 Lightning II Demo squad, the U.S. Marine Corps MV-22 Osprey Demo Team, and the U.S. Army Golden Knights parachute demonstration team. Dozens of other civilian, military, and local first responder performers will be announced soon.

“Pacific Airshow excites the inner aviator in all of us, unites our community in our common love for our country, respect for our military and veterans, and pride in our innovations,” said Kevin Elliott, Pacific Airshow director. “We can’t wait to welcome everyone back to the beach for the best airshow yet. Stay tuned for a few surprise announcements coming soon.”

Pacific Airshow fans can use the new mobile app to learn about this year’s Airshow performers, discover major points of interest using an interactive map, purchase event tickets, and stay up to date with important event updates and announcements. Fans can download the mobile app through their provider’s app store.
Fans have five options for premium Airshow viewing this year, which can be purchased on the new mobile app and at the Pacific Airshow website.

1. General Admission – $25 per person, kids under 5 free (please bring ear protection for them!)
Located at the water’s edge at Show Center, this open beach area is right in the heart of the action. Formerly known as the “Drop Zone” or “Beach Seating,” this private area on the beach is the perfect place to bring your blankets, chairs and umbrellas and enjoy the action from as close as you can get. Fans will have access to nearby beverage stands including beer and wine, food trucks and dedicated restrooms. EZ Up tents are not allowed.

2. Pier Seating – $40 per person
At 30 feet above the sand, Airshow fans are closer than ever to every roar, twist, and turn. These unreserved seats on the Huntington Beach Pier are offered on a first come, first served basis and fans will have access to the Airshow’s live announcer feed, plus nearby beverage stands, food trucks and restrooms. Coolers, umbrellas or EZ Up tents are not allowed.

3. Premiere Club Seating – $199 per person on Saturday/Sunday, $149 per person on Friday
This all-inclusive topflight ticket is perfect for the most dedicated Airshow enthusiasts. Formerly known as the “Flight Line Club,” this section is located next to the Airshow’s Show Center. Each ticket includes hosted food and beverage options, access to private restrooms, and an unforgettable view of exciting aerobatic performances – all in the comfort of a tented pavilion complete with tables, chairs, and patio umbrellas. Seating is unreserved and personal coolers, EZ Ups and umbrellas are prohibited. Must be 21 years or older to drink alcohol.

4. Premiere Club Seating + Table for 10 – $1,990 on Saturday/Sunday, $1,490 on Friday
Enjoy all the premium offerings available in the Premiere Club Seating section, plus a private reserved table for up to 10 people.

5. Cabanas – $3,950 on Saturday/Sunday, $2,950 on Friday
Personal coolers, EZ-Ups and umbrellas are prohibited.
For more information, please visit www.pacificairshow.com, follow Pacific Airshow on social media @pacificairshow and download the mobile app from the app store.

Pacific Airshow set to take off again in October