The jaw dropping Typhoon has been confirmed for the 2018 Southport Air Show .
Set to thunder through the skies over Southport Beach, the Typhoon Eurofighter will perform on the third day of the Air Show (Sunday, July 8), rounding off a fantastic three days of aerial and ground displays.
The Typhoon provides the RAF with a multi-role combat aircraft, capable of being deployed in a full spectrum of air operations, from air policing, to peace support, through to high intensity conflict.
Starting with an exhilarating Friday night line up of the Red Arrows, pyrotechnic laden aircraft and a thundering firework finale, the Southport Air Show promises non stop fun for all the family between July 6 & 8.
To make this an incredible day out for the family there will be a host of fun filled activities taking place on the ground including military tanks, a diving tank, replica aircraft, flight simulators plus the return of the much loved beach explosions.
For more information or to book your tickets visit Southportairshow.com
Southport waterfront is holding a FREE two-day weekender for families in July
The Plaza will host a free family event to coincide with the annual Southport Air Show
This summer a free family event will be taking over Southport’s waterfront.
On Saturday, July 7 and Sunday, July 8, The Plaza and Bliss Hotels will be hosting a public weekender to coincide with the annual Southport Air Show.
There will be activities and entertainment from the likes of Bouncy Castle Parade, food pods by Cheeky Chilli and live music from the DeadGood DJ team.
As well fantastic views of Marine Lake and the Air Show, Tap and Bottles who serve craft and local bottled beers will be running pop up bars alongside Remedy and Dramshop.
Enda Rylands, chief operating officer of Bliss Hotels, said: “We want the Waterfront to be known nationally as an iconic tourist destination famous for great leisure and entertainment experiences.
“Our Weekender is about bringing people together and making The Waterfront the bustling hub of the town again.”
The Theatre will also be opening up its archives for the first time during the weekender and showing exhibits and artifacts from its backstage and poster rooms.