September 19th and 20th
Virginia Beach, VA
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- US Navy Blue Angels
- USAF A-10 Thunderbolt II Demo
- USAF Heritage Flight [A-10/TBD]
- US Navy F/A-18F Super Hornet Demo
- US Navy Legacy Flight [F-18F/TBD]
- GEICO Skytypers
- Jodi Rueger [RV-6]
- Scott Francis [MXS]
- Paul Dougherty [Christen Eagle]
- Bob Carlton [Super Salto Jet Sailplane]
- Kent Pietsch [Interstate Cadet]
- Aftershock Fire Jet Truck
NAS Oceana is currently considering a range of options regarding the annual air show scheduled for September 19-20. Each of these options take into account the current state of the COVID-19 pandemic, Navy and State of Virginia policies in place, and most importantly the health and safety of the community, our partners, and our Navy personnel. Certainly, the COVID-19 environment presents significant challenges for the planning of events in the future. We will know much more as the situation evolves and will likely be making a decision on the best way forward in the next few weeks. We sincerely appreciate the patience and understanding of our valued fans, partners, and sponsors.
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Just keep our fingers crossed and hope for the best.
Might as well just give up on hoping to do some airshows before the end of the year and focus on next year.Neptune Festival Announces Cancellation of 2020 Boardwalk Weekend
Treasured Virginia Beach Tradition Cancelled for the First Time in its 47-Year History
July 8th, 2020 - Virginia Beach
The Virginia Beach Neptune Festival has been a treasured Virginia Beach tradition for decades. With a mission to “Celebrate Beach Life,” the 47-year-old private, non-profit organization produces over 40 events annually, which bring over 400,000 visitors and residents to Virginia Beach. It generates over $20 million in economic impact and contributes to the charitable, educational and recreational development of Hampton Roads. On Wednesday, July 8th, the Neptune Festival announced, for the first time in its history, it will be cancelling the Annual Neptune Festival Boardwalk Weekend previously scheduled for September 25-27, 2020.
Air Show friends and fans,
We regret to inform you that the 2020 NAS Oceana Air Show is canceled due to public health risks associated with COVID-19. While there are no plans to reschedule, the Navy is currently exploring the best available options to bring the best of Naval Aviation to fans virtually. Until then, please continue to monitor our page for any updates. We miss you already!
F-22 did not land. It staged directly from Langley.
Nice shots of Osprey and E-2.
Only 2 Super Hornets for Air Power Demo.
Finale was the Super Hornet Demo.
All 4 hours of show here courtesy of LiveAirShowTV https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=f-r-WdJTrYc
Anybody try to see the show from outside the base? I heard security was very tight.
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