Blackpool Air Show is a breathtaking free aviation event, which is known for its amazing aeronautic displays. Each year, Blackpool Air Show attracts about 100,000 visitors to the beautiful waterfront in Blackpool. The best viewing area of the show lies along the iconic Promenade, in particular, between Central Pier and North Pier.
An exciting two-day aerial program, which features some of the finest military and civilian aircraft, includes crowd-pleasing aerobatics and fly-bys over the sea. The show runs from 10 am to 4 pm on Saturday and Sunday. In addition to aerobatics, there's plenty of entertainment on the ground. Market stalls, rides, and food vendors are located at the Air Show Village on the Tower Festival Headland.
Known for its beautiful beaches and a nostalgic amusement park with wooden roller coasters, Blackpool is a resort on the Irish Sea in Lancashire. Walk the Promenade observing jaw-dropping aerobatic tricks over your head, take a ride on a heritage tram, and don't forget to get up the historic Blackpool Tower, built in 1894, to get a panoramic view of the Irish Sea coastline.