The Royal Air Force’s world famous Red Arrows will perform jaw-dropping stunts in Blackpool this weekend. Here’s what you need to know...
The Red Arrows display will last for around 20 minutes, starting at 6.30pm tomorrow (Saturday, May 21).
As usual, you’ll be able to see the Red Arrows from across the Fylde coast if you just look up.
But the display is taking place above the Pleasure Beach, where you’ll be able to get the best view.
The display, part of the Red Arrow team’s 52nd season, coincides with the one year anniversary of the Pleasure Beach’s Red Arrows Skyforce ride.
The 72ft high, 12 seat white-knuckle ride takes thrill-seekers on a 360-degree tour of the skies and sits in the shadow of the Big One.
The RAF Association, the Air Cadets, Army, and the Navy will all be at the park tomorrow.
The Army and Navy will offer career advice and put on fun, interactive games.
There will be exhibition stands at the Ice Blast ride and outside Wallace and Gromit’s Thrill-O-Matic.
Between 2 and 4pm, the Royal Regiment of Fusiliers’ band will play by the dancing water fountain, close to the Wild Mouse ride.