#tbt The Blue Angels In Maine Over The Years
To get you ready for the return of The Blue Angels here in Maine, let's take a look back at some of their previous visits!
The Summer of 2021 hasn't even started officially, but it is never too early to start making plans to do fun things, and that includes Labor Day weekend. With that in mind, some good news came our way yesterday.
The 2021 Great State of Maine Air Show will be held September 4th and 5th at the Brunswick Executive Airport in Brunswick. The iconic U.S. Navy Blue Angels are back to headline the show, along with many other incredible aerial performances you won't want to miss. Since the show last year had to be cancelled, the excitement factor for the return is sky high (no pun intended)
The gates will open both days at 8:00am, the National Anthem will be performed at 11:30am, then you can enjoy non-stop air performances until 4:30pm
In the past, this special event has drawn up to 150,000 people over the two day period, so grab your tickets early at https://greatstateofmaineairshow.us/
The U.S. Navy Blue Angels, who have been flying since the end of World War Two, haven't been in Maine since 2017. The air shows took place at the Naval Air Station Brunswick on random years throughout the 1980s, 1990s and early 2000s organized by the United States Navy and featuring dozens of military and civilian aerial performers.
Enjoy some highlights from years past, and get ready for an incredible show this Labor Day Weekend!