June 4th - 5th
Geneseo, New York
- USAF F-22 Raptor Demo
- USAF Heritage Flight [F-22 Raptor/P-51 Mustang]
- Rob Holland [MXS-RH]
- Skip Hyle [Harvard]
- Canadian Harvard Formation Team [Harvard x 4]
- Paul Dougherty [Christen Eagle]
- Round Chute Jump Team
- P-51 Mustang "Little Witch"
- P-51 Mustang "Mad Max"
- P-51 Mustang "Quicksilver"
- P-40 Warhawk "American Dream"
- F4U Corsair
- TBM Avenger
- PBY Cataline
- WWI Replica Aircraft Flybys
Announcer: Ric Peterson
Geneseo normally has ample "front-row" seating. This is due to the fact that the crowd can sit on the "hot ramp" and are moved aside by CAP when an aircraft needs to start and taxi to the runway for their slot. I'd imagine, having not attended the drive-in format last year, that the car slots will be to the right (when looking at the runway from the crowd line) and the individual tickets will have free roam of the static/performer area to pick a spot along the rope.
I'm psyched that they brought back individual tickets so it should be affordable for me to attend this year!
https://nationalwarplanemuseum.com/faqTHE BIG PICTURE
The Geneseo Airshow is continuing with a “Tailgate” Theatre style airshow model, with vehicles parking in rows at the flight line and continuing to the rear of viewing area, and adding an area for General Admission viewing area, also along the Flight line. (see MAP)
Each vehicle in the Tailgate area is assigned a private 20’ x 20’ viewing area for you and your vehicle.
Masks are no longer required at outdoor venues. If you feel more comfortable with a mask, you may do so. We respectfully request you follow these guidelines for the safety of others when visiting the restrooms, food vendors, or the Museum or the Museum gift shop. These regulations may be subject to change if warranted by the State of New York or other health agency.
VIEWING SPACES- LIMITED SPOTS AVAILABLE
Spaces are assigned on a first come, first served basis according to your ticket color, i.e. Red for showline; BLUE for the middle viewing area; and GREEN or TEAL for Handicapped or oversize vehicles (Over 80” tall and less than 20’ in length).
Your ticket buys the space where you park your vehicle and watch the airshow. If you want to park beside friends, please be in line with them when you arrive at the Airshow grounds.
1 PASS PER VEHICLE.. NO OVERNIGHT PARKING, EXCEPT IN THE CAMPING AREA. PLEASE TAKE YOUR TRASH WITH YOU WHEN LEAVING THE AIRSHOW.
Due to responses we received last year regarding the Tailgate viewing, we have added an additional viewing area that is also on the flightline for INDIVIDUAL ticket holders and a General admission parking area. There will be a shuttle service to the GA admission area. For safety reasons, GA ticket holders must remain in the GA area because of moving vehicles in the Tailgate area and individual ticket holders are not permitted to set up chairs or blankets within the Tailgate area. There will be a shuttle available to move people from the GA area to other locations such as the Museum, Gift shop, performing aircraft area, or the re-enactors location and then back to the GA area. You are welcome to bring food and beverages (sorry, no alcohol or glass containers)with you, but food and restrooms will be available in the GA area.
CAMPING ON THE GROUNDS-LIMITED AVAILABILITY
Self-contained camping is available in a specified area on the grounds beginning at 4:00 pm Friday through 4:00 pm Sunday. The area is away from the normal drive-in viewing area, but still has a great view of the Airshow.
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