After a six-year hiatus, the North Little Rock Airshow is back at the North Little Rock Municipal Airport: and it’s bigger and better than ever.
Organizers recently announced the addition of a “night” show on Friday, October 21 (evening before the day airshow on Saturday, October 22). The show will feature special twilight acrobatic performances and acts like a GhostWriter Airshows LED and fireworks show.
Gates open at 4 p.m. for the Friday evening airshow. Tickets are $20 and available for purchase online. Tickets will be available for purchase at the gate for $25. Children seven and under are free. VIP tickets are also available for $180 and will be honored at both the Friday night and Saturday day shows.
The North Little Rock Airshow on Saturday, October 22, will be an all-day affair with intense, entertaining aerial demonstrations by nationally recognized aerial acts as well as a jet truck, parachute team, military aircraft and equipment, scale model aircraft demonstrations, and more! A kid’s zone will include bounce houses and STEM projects and activities with the Arkansas Regional Innovation Hub and other local agencies.
For more information about performers, kids activities, schedule and more, visit nlrairshow.com.
Also new this year, the Hometown Hero Award will recognize a military or first responder living in Arkansas. The North Little Rock Airshow and Russell Chevrolet are accepting nominations for real heroes with a story to tell.