The only announced air show schedule changed is the cancellation of the USMC C-130 Demonstration flight due to maintenance and safety concerns, the nature of which were undisclosed.
AIR SHOW PERFORMANCE SCHEDULE
The air show is moving forward and organizers are planning for air performances both Saturday and Sunday. There are many factors that determine whether performers will be able to fly and whether the show would be delayed or not take place.
Any decision on whether the show is delayed or cancelled will be based upon the safety of the performers and spectators. The reality is it would take significant weather to impact the show. Air shows can take place on days it rains depending upon how much it rains, the duration of the rain, when it occurs, and other factors but all of those factors must be taken into consideration when the show organizers are required to make a decision regarding weather.
The show cannot predict whether this weekend’s shows will be affected and will not be able to make decisions regarding the show until any potential weather actually arrives. Therefore, show organizers are moving forward with the full expectation of the air shows taking place both Saturday and Sunday.
In the event that weather impacts the show schedule, organizers will communicate as quickly as possible to the media through news releases, via the show’s Facebook page, e-mails blasts to ticket purchasers and posts on the show’s Web site. The show is not able to respond to individual e-mails regarding weather.
As has been clearly stated on the show’s Web site and EventBrite ticketing page, there are no rain checks or refunds on ticket purchases. While the show will not be able to issue refunds or rain checks, the show intends to do everything it can to put on two great days of a safe and entertaining air show.