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The elite US Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron ‒ the Blue Angels ‒ will return to the Vero Beach Air Show June 25-26, 2016. Once again those blue F/A-18 Hornets will be flying over Indian River County. More than 50,000 people thrilled to the performance of this amazing jet team at the 2014 show, the biggest and best event ever on the Treasure Coast. The show will be held at the Vero Beach Regional Airport on the grounds used by our brave men and women during World War II, when it was known as the US Naval Air Station at Vero Beach.
Vero Beach is one of only 36 sites nationwide and the only site in central Florida where they will perform next year. On the days before the show, the team will perform aerobatic maneuvers from the show sequence over the show line and a one-hour practice demonstration. The Blue Angels will participate in community outreach during their stay here and sign autographs after the show. A full maintenance and support crew and “Fat Albert,” the team’s C-130 Hercules aircraft, will accompany the pilots. The Blue Angels have been flying since 1946 when Admiral Chester W. Nimitz, the Chief of Naval Operations, ordered the team established.
Vero’s air show team is putting together a stellar line-up of well-known air show acts. The show will also include static displays of amazing aircraft and souvenirs and delicious food offered by our vendors. Watch this website and our Facebook page for announcements of performers, ticket information, and other show news as it occurs.
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Save the Date!
Mark your calendar now and save June 25-26, 2016, for a weekend of thrills and excitement at the Vero show. You’ll have the time of your life and help support our worthy causes at the same time. Through our 501(c)3 charitable organization, proceeds of the show benefit our veterans of military service and the prevention of child abuse.
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