Look overhead – it’s a Warbird!
Annual Warbirds Over Paso air show returns Oct. 5
By Meagan Friberg
San Luis Obispo County Visitors Guide
PASO ROBLES – They’re back! Mark your calendars now and then make your way over to the Paso Robles Municipal Airport on Oct. 5 to enjoy the Warbirds Over Paso annual air show.
Sponsored by the Estrella Warbirds Museum and Woodland Auto Display, Planes of Fame Air Museum and Firestone Walker Brewing Company, the crowd-pleasing show brings locals and visitors out each year to enjoy spectacular flight demonstrations and dozens of displays.
On hand for this years’ spectacular event – Warbird flight demonstrations and aerobatic displays, including Eddie Andreini in his super Stearman and P-51 Mustang and Clay Lacy with his Lear Jet aerobatics.
Admission to the show is $20, free for children 12 and under and active duty military personnel, and includes entrance to all exhibits at the Estrella Warbirds Museum including the Woodland Automobile Display and static aircraft displays. Half-hour flights aboard a P51 or P40 will be available for a fee, advanced reservations recommended.
For a full schedule of the Warbirds Over Paso events or to purchase advanced tickets with a $4 discount, visit the Estrella Warbirds Museum at 4251 Dry Creek Road in Paso Robles, just off Airport Drive.
The Paso Robles Municipal Airport is located on Wing Way, just off of Airport Drive, two miles north of Hwy 46 East. Gates open at 9 a.m. For more information and for individual or business sponsorship opportunities, please call (805) 227-0440.