Ladies and gentlemen, the world's largest Pacific Air Show is returning to Huntington Beach!
Restaurants are preparing unique menus, hotels are taking reservations, and the best seats are already reserved at the Huntington Beach Pier - the city will be hosting the Pacific Air Show.
The Pacific Airshow is more than just an air show. It is a spectacular event that honors love, patriotism and impressive feats of aviation. It is the ultimate adrenaline rush when the best aviators in the world reach the limits of what is possible. It's stunning aerial acrobatics that can be watched from the beach, pier and ocean.
This year's Pacific Air Show will be held at the pier in Huntington Beach for three days, from September 29 through October 1. And will present all guests with a series of action-packed events. From live music festivals on the beach to aerobatics demonstrations over the water from some of the world's best military and civilian teams. Including some from Southern California.
The lineup of performers at Pacific Airshow 2023 is bigger, better and faster than ever before. This massive event will feature the U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds, Snowbirds from Canada, F-22 Raptor Demonstration Team and more.
Pacific Airshow also has room for sports, entertainment, art and technology. After all, visitors can expect exhilarating boat races around Catalina Island, meet and greets for VIPs, social parties and more.
Air show performances will be held daily, approximately 10:30 am to 4:00 pm. The show center is located in Huntington Beach, California. It is between the Twin Dolphin St. & Beach Blvd. on Pacific Coast Highway (PCH).
The Pacific Airshow was first seen in California in 2016. Since then, the Pacific Airshow is the largest in the United States in terms of visitors. Every fall, it attracts the attention of millions of tourists. Don't miss it!
The Pacific Airshow is an event of a huge scale. Therefore, the Socium.Network team advises everyone who has such an opportunity to visit this colorful spectacle combining sports, physics and art.