4th of July - Flying Over Flagler Park
sponsored by The City of Stuart and the Stuart Air Show.
We are pleased to announce that we are presenting two air shows in 2019!
Join us on July 4th as we team up with The City of Stuart for an evening filled with aerobatic performances, pilot meet-and-greet, fireworks, and much more. Celebrate Independence Day with The Stuart Air Show and The City of Stuart with “Flying over Flagler Park".
Starting at 12pm, come say hi to Stuart Air Show friends and volunteers who will be selling hamburgers, hot dogs, ice cream, soda, and water in Flagler Park. We will have exclusive 30th anniversary t-shirts and glow necklaces available to purchase and LeLe Professional Face painter will be with us offering face painting for $5. We will have 3 incredible performers shooting through our skies starting at 6pm, then meet them afterwards by our set up in the park at 8pm! And of course, the night will be topped off with a spectacular firework display brought to you by The City of Stuart.
This is a celebration that is now to be missed! This is a FREE event open to our community!
Starting at 12pm: Stuart Air Show selling hamburgers, hot dogs, ice cream, sodas, and water in Flagler Park.
6pm: Stuart Air Show Demonstration
7:30pm: Rock'n RiverWalk Concert (sponsored by Stuart Main Street)
8pm: Pilot meet and greet in Flagler Park
9pm: Fireworks (Sponsored by The City of Stuart)
Support the event
We are offering VIP sponsorship opportunities to local businesses at the Red Level ($5,000), White Level ($1,000) and Blue Level ($500).
Contact us to learn how you can be a part of our town’s Independence Day celebration!
Photos by Matt Haskell
Chefpitts Airshows - Clemens Kuhlig of Chefpitts Airshows, flies a Pitts S1S that he built in his garage over a three year period while he was working as a professional Chef.The show he flies is inspired by the pilots he watched when he was a kid. The Pitts Special is an iconic airplane that lends itself well to beautiful rolling, curving lines, snap rolls, and excellent outside capability. You'll see all of these elements blended together over the course of the show, including cutting in and out of the show line to show depth.
Gene McNeely - Gene served in the Navy and used the GI bill to realize his dreams of flying. He operated his own agricultural business for over 20 years before starting an air cargo service flying Beech 18; DC-3s and MU-2s. Gene discovered his love for T-6s at an airshow. He was a member of the Aeroshell Aerobatic team for over 20 years. He has consistently finished in the top 5 since 1986 in the Reno Air Races and currently rebuilds T-6s with his father.
John Black - Originally from Dayton, Ohio John now lives in Cocoa Beach, Florida. John credits his love of flying to his father and growing up in the "Birth Place of Aviation". John learned to fly in 1984 when he was 17 at a little airport called Moraine Airpark. John was commissioned in the Active Duty Air Force in August 1989. During his twenty one years in the Active Duty Air Force and Florida Air National Guard all his assignments were flying F-15A & Cs. He amassed 3600 hours of Eagle time and earned the rank of Lt Col. John currently flies TF-51s (P-51Ds), L-39s, and T-6s with Stallion51 Corporation located in Kissimmee, FL.