Our next airshow will be May 30-31, 2020!

This is subject to change as we finalize our plans, so hang in there with us and check back frequently for more updates.

The 2018 Bill and Trent Airshow had a fantastic turnout! We can hardly wait until our next show. So far, our 2020 performers will include:

OV-1 Mohawk

OV-1 Mohawk

The Mohawk is a twin engine, turboprop armed, military observation and attack aircraft.  Originally intended for battlefield surveillance, the Mohawk was equipped with light strike capabilities and was designed to easily take off from both short and unimproved runways.

Only 380 of this model were ever made, and this particular Mohawk is the only one in the world available for aerobatic demonstration shows!  

scott francis

Scott Francis began flying aerobatics and competing in aerobatic competitions in 2003.  He rapidly moved up from Sportsman level, to Intermediate, Advanced, and finally the top level – Unlimited.  He’ll be flying his ultra-high performance MXS aircraft, one of only twelve in existence, at our airshow.  This all carbon fiber construction monoplane can reach a top speed of 310 miles an hour while still maintaining ultimate maneuverability.

Firewalkers International

 Firewalkers International Pyro

Through the use of explosives, flammable fuels, and fireworks, the Firewalkers International Pyro team produces a safe and precisely controlled show involving stunning displays - loud and ht walls of fire, choreographed perfectly with flight teams and ground performers.

Team members have participated in Air Shows throughout the United States and in Canada, El Salvador, UAE, China, and Australia.

chefpitts airshows

The Chefpitts aircraft is a Pitts S1S, built by hand in a garage over the course of three years while Clemens, the pilot, was simultaneously working as a professional chef.  While the Pitts plane design has been around since 1945, and lends itself well to rolls in midair, the Cheffpitts is unique due to several modifications, including the paint scheme, which was designed and hand-painted by the pilot after the plane was built.  The performance will be reminiscent of airshows that Clemens was inspired by as a child.

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Musem of Flight

The renowned Museum of Flight will be bringing two T-28 Trojans and one C-45 Expeditor to the 2020 Airshow!

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Charleston Airforce Base

For the first time in Anderson Airshow history, we’ll have a C-17! Be sure to look for the South Carolina state flag painted on the tail.

More Airshow Fun inbound!

Stay tuned as we plan events, add performers, and prepare other activities for our 2020 airshow lineup!  We will post here as more is finalized about the 2020 airshow.  As always, pilots who wish to attend the airshow must check NOTAMS prior to arrival.

Since our airshow is free to the public, we depend almost entirely on donations from both citizen enthusiasts and local businesses.  To help us out, please donate any amount to us through the 501(c)3 organization we have partnered with, Foothills Community Foundation.