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2021 Sun ‘n Fun tickets on sale

Sun ‘n Fun has started selling tickets to its 2021 Aerospace Expo, set for April 13 to 18, and is offering a 10-percent discount when you buy your tickets before midnight July 5.

The new Sun 'n Fun Home Edition offers airshow videos, exhibitors, learning opportunities, and fun. Image courtesy of Sun 'n Fun Aerospace Expo.

Now’s the best time to get your tickets because you’ll be desperate for some high-speed passes, the grumble of those old radials, and the smell of smoke oil by the time April 13, 2021, rolls around. And since they’re 10 percent off, why not go ahead and splurge for that weekly pass?

Next year also happens to coincide with the seventy-fifth anniversary of the U.S. Navy Blue Angels, and you know you’ll want to see every one of their performances.

While you’re on the website, don’t forget to grab your 2020 Sun ‘n Fun gear and add “the greatest airshow that never happened” sleeve graphic for just $2. All proceeds benefit the Aerospace Center for Excellence (ACE) to support science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) education programs and aerospace scholarships to help engage and educate the next generation of aerospace professionals. The Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo is one of the biggest fundraisers for the ACE, and this is a perfect way to help since this year’s event was canceled. If you don’t need another T-shirt or hat, then consider making a donation instead.

If you already bought your tickets for the 2020 Aerospace Expo, those tickets will be honored in 2021. Or, you could simply donate the money spent on your 2020 tickets to the Aerospace Center for Excellence. For information on how to do that, visit Sun ‘n Fun’s FAQ page.

If you still need a little bit of aviation in your life right now, then visit the Sun ‘n Fun Aerospace Expo Home Edition 2020 for some great interviews, videos of your favorite performers, and photos of all kinds of aircraft—and check out all of the vendors in the virtual expo.

Alyssa J. Miller

Erick Webb

Social Media Marketer, AOPA
Erick began working at AOPA in 2015, shortly after becoming a student pilot. He is a VFR private pilot and, after a five-year stint on AOPA's events team, shares management responsibilities of AOPA's social media channels, including content production.
Topics: Sun n Fun, Events, Scholarship

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