Twin Falls, Idaho ( KMVT-TV / KSVT-TV ) Air Magic Valley is set to get underway this Friday, and the preparation is well underway.
All this week, planes and entertainers are making their way to Twin Falls for a full weekend of fun in the sky.
On Monday a B-25 Mitchell Bomber made its way to town.
Then Wednesday afternoon, another historic aircraft touched down, the rare PV-2 Harpoon, which served during World War Two as a Navy bomber in the Aleutian Islands up in Alaska.
Jim O’Donnell is the director of Air Magic Valley, and he says this weekend's show is something you won't want to miss.
"Come out and bring the family. It's a family fun event; in fact, we have a kid's zone that will be set up... we have something for everybody. It's one of those few events that we call cross generational. No matter how old a kid you are... you can enjoy this air show," O’Donnell explains.
Tickets for the air show are still available at locations all across town, including out at the airport itself.
A weekend pass is 25 dollars and an adult pass is 20.
Youth, military and seniors are 15 dollars.
Kids 12 and under are free.