Blue Angels air show at LRAFB | News
LITTLE ROCK, Ark. (KTHV) - It's a big weekend for Little Rock Air Force Base and central Arkansas.
The Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce says they've been preparing for the Air Show since December and businesses in town are already feeling a big impact.
In fact, if you live in the area, you may have heard the roar of the Blue Angels flying overhead today! The Blue Angels are based in Pensacola, Florida and do 70 shows a year from March to November.
There will also be performances from the Air National Guard aerobatic team, USAF's Heritage Flight, Otto the Helicopter, USASOC Black Daggers, Canadian Forces Skyhawks, Air National Guard's Flashfire Jet Truck and much more.
Gates open at 8:30 a.m. Sept. 8-9 at Little Rock Air Force Base. Parking and admission are free.