About the Show

  • Overview
    The 2018 Hill Air Force Base, Utah, Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show will be held June 23-24.

    Hill AFB, with tremendous support from the community, will open its gates to the public to witness first hand the pride and precision of the U.S. Air Force including the awe inspiring U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds and a number of other spectacular aerial performers and demonstrations.

    General admission is FREE! Tickets are NOT required. However, VIP tickets are available for purchase through The Utah Air Show Foundation at the link below.

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Performers

U.S. Air Force Thunderbirds
The Thunderbirds have the privilege and responsibility to perform for people all around the world, displaying the pride, precision and professionalism of American Airmen. In every hour-long demonstration, the team combines years of training and experience with an attitude of excellence to showcase what the U.S. Air Force is all about.

Dan Buchanan
Buchanan was a New England home builder and flat-track motorcycle racer, and enjoyed the thrill of flying off mountain tops, when in 1981, he paralyzed his legs landing in stormy weather. Losing his ability to walk, he returned to college to pursue a career in mechanical engineering and worked in Silicon Valley, Calif.

Gregory “Wired” Colyer
Colyer took his first flight at age 7 in a Cessna 172 with Dr. Lee Schaller out of the Schellville airport in Sonoma, Calif.

Dave Erickson
Erickson earned his pilot license in 1983 and has always been fascinated by airplanes doing aerobatic maneuvers. He flies a Czechoslovakian Zlin - 50LS at air shows.

Bob Freeman
Flying an Extra 330SC, Freeman brings more than 30 years of competition experience to his air show performances.

Barry “Bdog” Hancock
Hancock has had warbirds and aviation in his blood since he was a kid. He has nearly 3,500 hours of flight experience, most of that in warbirds. He resides in Lindon, Utah.

Rob Holland
Flying an MX2, Holland's rise to the top started as a young air show fan, earning his pilot's license while still a teenager. Now in his 15th year as a full-time air show pilot, he has distinguished himself by blazing a trail of innovation, developing maneuvers never before seen at air shows.

Mark Peterson
Peterson started flying at the age of six in a Piper Cherokee Arrow. The aviation bug bit early and bit hard. His father was a B-24 Liberator pilot during World War II and flew 29 missions for the Army Air Corps in the European Theater.

Buck Roetman
Roetman has been flying for over 35 years. He has flown more than 105 different types of airplanes, from Cubs to corporate jets, resulting in more than 13,500 hours of flying time.

Gary Rower
The most exciting, pulse pounding vintage Stearman airs how on the circuit today. Rower, a former U.S. Air Force F-16 instructor and current airline captain has flown all over the world, accumulating over 21,000 hours in every type of aircraft imaginable.

Danny Sorenson
Sorenson was born into an aviation-oriented family and has had a passion for it as long a he can remember. From the age of 14, the driving force in his aviation pursuits has been to perform in air shows.

Bill Stein
Stein has logged over 5,000 hours of aerobatic and formation flight. He began flying aerobatics when he was still a student pilot and has been dedicated to perfecting his skills ever since. Since 1995, Stein has performed at air shows all across the United States and has entertained millions air show fans.

Paul “Sticky” Strickland
Strickland is a retired U.S. Air Force A-10, F-5 and F-16 pilot with 270 combat hours and 3,000 total fighter hours.

Brad Wursten
Flying an MXS-R Aerobatic Aircraft, Wursten brings power and performance to each air show. He pushes the envelope of one of the most advanced aerobatic aircraft in the world today.

Matt Younkin
Flying a Beech 18, Younkin has one of the most unusual acts on the air show circuit today. The Beech 18 was never designed for aerobatic flight; however, that doesn't make it incapable of doing just that.

The Para-Commandos
The Para-Commandos are the U.S. Special Operations Command's premier aerial demonstration team. They perform at high-visibility events across the nation, informing the public about U.S. Special Operations Command and are comprised of active duty special operators, such as Army Special Forces, Army Rangers, Navy SEALs, Air Force Combat Controllers and Marine Raiders.

Shockwave Truck
Shockwave is a custom built race truck equipped with three huge J34-48 Pratt & Whitney jet engines originally out of a U.S. Navy T-2 Buckeye. The combined horsepower is 36,000.

This list is subject to change.