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The Great State of Maine Air Show

9/4/21 - 9/5/21

The Great State of Maine Air Show presented by Bill Dodge Auto Group will thrill aviation fans on Saturday, Sept. 4 and Sunday, Sept. 5 at Brunswick Executive Airport (BXM) in Brunswick, ME.

The world-renowned U.S. Navy Blue Angels headline marking the flight demonstration squadron's only scheduled New England appearance in 2021, and its first Brunswick appearance since August 2017. Celebrating its 75th anniversary, the Blue Angels will fly the new F-18 Super Hornet aircraft which is 25% larger than its predecessor Legacy Hornet which was retired in the fall of 2020.

Featured Air Show performers include the U.S. Navy Blue Angels' famed "Fat Albert" (C-130 J), Larry Labriola piloting the Aero L-39 Albatros, and U.S. National Aerobatic champions Mike Wiskus in his Lucas Oil Pitts, nine-time consecutive winner Rob Holland in the one-of-a-kind MXS-RH, and Mike Goulian flying his premiere air show plane, Extra 3330SC.

The Air Show will also feature static ground displays, concessions, souvenir booths and exhibitors.

The anticipated Labor Day Weekend event is produced by The Air Show Network in partnership with Midcoast Regional Redevelopment Authority (MRRA).

Tickets for day passes, premium seating, Flight Line Club and premium box seats are available online only at GreatStateOfMaineAirShow.us. Tickets will not be sold onsite during show days.

Gates open at 8:00AM. Exhibits, ground displays, vendors and concessions will be available at 8:00AM. Performances begin at approximately 11:30AM and run until around 4:30PM. We suggest arriving early, in plenty of time. Please plan ahead for traffic.

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