The Sunderland International Air Show usually takes place over three days on the last weekend of July, and the air display is held over the coastline at Seaburn and Roker in Sunderland.
With high-speed jets, breathtaking display teams and precision flying in the air and a massive choice of activities on the ground, there's something for all the family at this action-packed weekend. The Royal Navy also traditionally have a warship off the coast every year.
The Friday night launch is rounded off with a large firework display.nSpectators can expect a dazzling array of fly-pasts, stunts and aerobatics while an equally packed ground programme will include stalls, activities, food outlets and music.
The air displays on Saturday and Sunday are set to run from 10am until 6pm. On the ground there will be plenty of family-friendly attractions and in the Roker Park Family Zone are children's activities, trampolines, small inflatables, zorbing, zip wire, mini tanks, and storytelling