With supersonic jet fighters, historic warbirds and countless aerobatic performances, the Crossroads Air Show will pack a visceral impact. For the first time in 10 years, the Blue Angels will return to Central Indiana for one of their signature aerobatic performances.

Space is limited — book your tickets for the event today, scheduled for Oct. 28-29 at the Indianapolis Regional Airport.

What to know about the Crossroads Air Show

The Crossroads Air Show will offer an unrivaled experience for attendees. The show will provide opportunities for audiences to relive history with flyovers featuring warbirds that date back to World War II and marvel at the acrobatic skills of some of the world’s best pilots.

The U.S. Navy Blue Angels will headline the event with performances in their signature F/A-18s on both Saturday and Sunday. The show will also feature the Commemorative Air Force’s Tuskegee Airmen, flying the iconic P-51 Mustang to honor the legacy of America’s first black military pilots.

Additional performances will include flyovers by the F-100 Super Sabre, the T6G Texan, an acrobatic show by Rob Holland, an aerial parachute demonstration by the U.S. Special Operations Command’s Para-Commandos and much more.

The event is family friendly. All attendees will have an opportunity to view static aircraft up close. The show will be held at the Indianapolis Regional Airport, 3867 Aviation Way in Greenfield, Indiana.

Child holding toy airplane.