Airshow, fireworks, and family fun

Mark your calendars for the fastest, loudest, most exhilarating
Independence Day celebration in Michiana!

July 7, 2018
Goshen Municipal Airport

Come for the air show, stay for the Fireworks.

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Congrats to the 2018 Essay Winners!

As part of their 8th grade U.S. History class, Goshen Middle School students may submit an essay focused upon American ideals, heroes, or landmarks. The winning essay winners (5 are selected) win a $500 scholarship towards the class trip to Washington D.C. CLICK HERE TO READ

Chelsea Cortez

Breanna Mullins

Katelyn Brown

Nikki Whitford

Jeff Herschberger

Aircraft & Attractions


Shockwave Jet
Truck

As one of the most popular air show and drag racing exhibition vehicles in the world, the Shockwave performance is not something you will soon forget!
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U.S. Army
Golden Knights

Cutting away a parachute on purpose. Passing a baton at 120mph. Flying the american flag at 12,000ft. Landing dead center on a target. That’s the U.S. Army Golden Knights.
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F-86/MIG-17
Dog Fight

Exciting, close-up jet Warbird action. Vintage F-86 and Mig-17 fighter jets recreate famous aerial dogfights that occurred over “Mig Alley” during the Korean War. The dogfight demonstration team performs at Airshows across the U.S.
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Team
Aerostars

The Aerostar flight team has amazed crowds across the country with their Russian, Yak 52TW aircraft for more than a decade. Witness firsthand the teamwork, precision flying, and first class formation aerobatics that make the Aerostars so popular.
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Warbird
Ramp

Ever been up close and personal with a MIG-17? What about an F-86 Sabre or an AD-1 Skyraider? No? Well this is your chance to see these beautiful Warbirds as they take to the skies of Goshen, Indiana.

Mad Bomber
Fireworks

Mad Bomber Fireworks Productions is not your average fireworks company. Advanced technology plus supersized shells (16 inch) will make the largest fireworks show in the Michiana area.

Rob
Holland

Rob Holland is one of the premier airshow performers and competition pilots in the world today. His 21 international competition medals place him in an elite group of competitors. Each year, the Rob Holland Ultimate Airshow team reaches over 100 million media impressions. Rob performs in front of an average of 4.7 million live spectators.
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F-5
Demo

Jeff Kaney’s F-5 military fighter demo is new to the air show circuit. The Northrop F-5 has is still in service with militaries all over the world and It’s T-38 cousin continues to train the next generation of America’s brave combat pilots.

Army Aviation
Heritage Foundation

Honoring the men and women who have served in the U.S. Military and Army Aviation, our “Sky Soldiers” along with dedicated volunteers conduct patriotic flying presentations, public helicopter rides, educational presentations and more.
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Ace Maker
T-33 Demo

Ace Maker’s show is graceful, smooth, and elegant. From its opening photo pass, to itss vertical roll into a split-S, to a Cuban eight, to a minimum radius figure eight, inverted pass, and four point roll one must keep in mind this early jet is controlled by cables and pulleys, not by computers and hydraulics. On it’s knife-edge pass you’ll appreciate how beautiful this airplane truly is.

Shelton Wing
Walking Team

Greg Shelton has been performing in air shows since 1990. His interest in aviation began at an early age watching fire bombers in northern California and listening to his father’s adventures of flying fighter aircraft in the U.S. Navy The Wing Walker: Ashley Shelton was born and raised in Tulsa, Oklahoma. Her passion for aviation started at an early age building and flying model airplanes with her father.
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Boeing B-17
Flying Fortress

The Liberty Foundation B-17 Madras Maiden is restored to her combat configuration and painted in the colors of the 381st Bomb Group, and sporting the beautiful Madras Maiden nose-art, N3701G flies today to honor our veterans, educate current and future generations as to the high price of freedom and to preserve our aviation heritage.
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Cleared to run!

Run a 5K on the runway! Benefitting Scholarship winners from Goshen Middle School for a trip to Washington D.C.!


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Saturday July 7th, 2018
Fireworks after Dusk