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EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2024 daily air show schedule includes jet teams, aerobatic champions, warbirds, and more

Night air shows on July 24 and 27 feature lighted drone performances and fireworks

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EAA AVIATION CENTER, OSHKOSH, Wisconsin — (June 12, 2024) — The daily lineups for the popular afternoon and evening airshows are set for EAA AirVenture Oshkosh 2024, the annual fly-in convention for the Experimental Aircraft Association. The 71st edition of the event is July 22-28 at Wittman Regional Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin.

“‘Oshkosh’ is a word that for aviators means the best of the best, and that includes the air show performers who fly here,” said Rick Larsen, EAA’s vice president of communities and member programs, who coordinates AirVenture features and attractions. ‘Whether the performances come from jet teams, aerobatic champions, or new technology, flying at AirVenture is known as a singular achievement for these aviators.”

The current daily schedule includes daily afternoon air shows plus night shows on July 24 and 27. The roster of daily performers as currently confirmed, with the exact daily time schedule set each day (and subject to change without notice):

Monday, July 22 (2:15-6 p.m.): Chuters Skydiving Team; Showcase – NORAD; Rutan Aircraft; Jarrod Lindemann (Jet Waco); EAA Warbirds of America; Scott Urschel (BO-105 helicopter); International Aerobatic Club aircraft; USAF F-16 Viper demo; Heritage Flight; A-10 demo team; Kyle Franklin (Super Cub); Vicky Benzing (P-51 Mustang); Skip Stewart (Prometheus); Susan Dacy (PT-17); Rob Holland (MXS-RH); Titan Aerobatics Team (T-6); Kyle Fowler (Long-EZ).

Tuesday, July 23 (2:15-6 p.m.): SOCOM skydivers; Technology Showcase – AG UAS, eVTOL; Jerry Kerby (T-28); Bill Stein (Edge 540); EAA Warbirds of America; Jarrod Lindemann (Jet Waco); Matt Younkin (Beech 18); Jim Peitz (Beech Bonanza); USAF A-10 demo team; Heritage Flight; WWII Airborne Demo/D-Day Squadron (C-47); Italian Frecce Tricolori team departure; Bernie Vasquez (P-47); Philipp Steinbach (Gamebird); David Martin (Temco Super Pinto).

Wednesday, July 24 (2:15-6 p.m.): SOCOM skydivers; Showcase – NORAD; Homebuilt Review; International Aerobatic Club aircraft; EAA Warbirds of America; Greg Koontz (Decathlon); Scott Urschel (BO-105 helicopter); WWII Airborne Demo/D-Day Squadron (C-47); Canadian Victory Flight (P-51/Spitfire/Hurricane); Jerry Kerby (T-28); Jim Tobul (Corsair); Rob Holland (MXS-RH); Patty Wagstaff (Extra 330SC); Susan Dacy (PT-17); Vicky Benzing (P-51 Mustang); USAF A-10 demo team; Heritage Flight.

Wednesday night, July 24 (8-10 p.m.): Doc/FIFI B-29s with Avro Lancaster; USAF F-35A demo; USAF F-22 demo; Titan Aerobatics Team (T-6s); Bob Carlton (Jetfox); Matt Younkin (Beech 18); Kyle Fowler (Long-EZ); Ken Reider/Nate Hammond (RV-8/DHC-1 Chipmunk); Starlight Aerial Productions (drones); Fireworks with Reider/Hammond.

Thursday, July 25 (2:15-6 p.m.): SOCOM skydivers; Showcase – JAARS and Vintage Aircraft; Michael Goulian (Extra 330SC); EAA Warbirds of America; Greg Koontz (Decathlon); Jim Peitz (Beech Bonanza); Class of ’45 (Corsair/P-51 Mustang); Skip Stewart (Prometheus); Philipp Steinbach (Gamebird); USAF C-17 demo; USAF F-22 demo; Matt Younkin (Beech 18); U.S. Navy EA-18 Growlers; Red Bull Airforce; Canadian Victory Flight (P-51/Spitfire/Hurricane).

Friday, July 26 (2:15-6 p.m.): Canadian Forces Skyhawks skydivers; Showcase – Seaplanes; U.S. Navy EA-18 Growlers; Patty Wagstaff (Extra 330SC); EAA Warbirds of America; Bill Stein (Edge 540); Wisconsin National Guard demo; RJ Gritter (Decathlon); Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 demo; Canadian Forces Snowbirds; Yellow Ribbon Honor Flight return.

Saturday, July 27 (2:15-6 p.m.): Canadian Forces Skyhawks skydivers; Michael Goulian (Extra 330SC); Red Bull Airforce (Aaron Fitzgerald, Kriby Chambliss, and Kevin Coleman); EAA Warbirds of America; Rob Holland (MXS-RH); Kyle Franklin (Super Cub); Bernie Vasquez (P-47); David Martin (Temco Super Pinto); USAF F-16 Viper Demo; Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 demo; Canadian Victory Flight; Canadian Forces Snowbirds.

Saturday night, July 27 (8-10 p.m.): U.S. Navy EA-18 Growlers/Legacy Flight; David Martin (Temco Super Pinto); Titan Aerobatics Team (T-6s); Bob Carlton (Jetfox); Matt Younkin (Beech 18); Kyle Fowler (Long-EZ); Ken Reider/Nate Hammond (RV-8/DHC-1 Chipmunk); Starlight Aerial Productions (drones); Fireworks with Reider/Hammond.

Sunday, July 28 (1-4:30 p.m.): Canadian Forces Skyhawks skydivers; Red Bull Airforce (Aaron Fitzgerald, Kirby Chambliss, Kevin Coleman); Bill Stein (Edge 540); Jim Peitz (Beech Bonanza); Jeff Boerboon (Extra 330SC); Titan Aerobatics Team (T-6s); RJ Gritter (Decathlon); Scott Yoak (P-51 Mustang); USAF F-16 Viper demo; Royal Canadian Air Force CF-18 demo and Avro Lancaster; Canadian Forces Snowbirds.

Daily afternoon air shows at EAA AirVenture Oshkosh are presented by Daher and Pratt & Whitney, and RTX Business. Night air shows are presented by Covington Aircraft (July 24) and PenFed (July 27).

About EAA AirVenture Oshkosh
EAA AirVenture Oshkosh is “The World’s Greatest Aviation Celebration” and EAA’s membership convention. Additional information, including advance ticket and camping purchase, is available at www.EAA.org/airventure. For more information on EAA and its programs, call 800-JOIN-EAA (800-564-6322) or go to www.EAA.org.

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