Airsho Ends with a RoarFargo, ND (WDAY TV) - The skies of Fargo were once again filled with the Blue Angels, the legendary P-51 Mustang of World War 2, and much more.
By: WDAY Staff Reports, WDAY
The skies of Fargo were once again filled with the Blue Angels, the legendary P-51 Mustang of World War 2, and much more. Thousands of fans came to get their last look of all the war planes, bombers, and Angels at the two day Airsho.
Each year, nearly 20 thousand people come out to watch the death defying stunts and graceful moves of the Blue Angels. Attendance may have set a record of more than 30 thousand.
Bryan Shinn – Airsho Public Relations: "The crowds have just been huge I know we have record attendance this year we don't know the exact number but we know just by looking at it preliminary estimates that we have record attendance this year and we a have a phenomenal show, its a world class show and everyone seems like they are having a great time."
Plans are already in the works to bring back the Blue Angles for the next air show.