At 8:00pm, look up and witness the amazing acrobatic feats of these daring air show pilots.


Vickey Benzing was born and raised in California and is an accomplished pilot, skydiver, aerobatic performer, and air racer. With over 8000 hours of flight time and over 1200 parachute jumps, Vicky has a passion for everything airborne. Her flying career has spanned more than 30 years and she currently hold an airline transport pilot rating as well as commercial ratings in helicopter, seaplanes, and gliders.

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Steven Bennet has been a professional pilot for 30 years. Aerobatic flying and being a Shriner are his passions. Combining both is a dream come true.

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Renny Price is a larger than life character who is beloved throughout the airshow world as much for his one-of-a-kind personality as he is for his aggressive aerobatic routines. Flying the legendary Russian Sukhoi-29, Renny is known as one of the world’s greatest aerobatic pilots. In addition to his fearless skills as an aviator, Renny brings an unbridled joy of life to his work and he is known throughout the industry for his tireless efforts to spread his love of aviation to airshow fans, school groups and newcomers to airshows.

Will Allen started flying when he was 19, a skill he was destined to acquire as he was born in Alaska and was surrounded by relatives who owned and flew planes. As he followed his aviation passion, he added more ratings and qualifications until he found his way to the aerobatic world. Starting with a successful experience competing in aerobatic contests with a Decathlon, he ventured into instructing spin recovery and aerobatics, and then progressed to performing airshows in the very same Decathlon. Will eventually found himself in a position to upgrade to the Pitts bi-plane, something he would never have thought possible when he was younger. Through hard work and dedication (and the many sacrifices made by his wife!) he has managed to sustain competing in the Advanced category, teaching, and flying airshows, bringing his love of flying to all sorts of audiences. Adding music, his other great passion, to the mix brings a whole new dimension to his airshow performance – he writes, arranges and records his songs in his own home-based recording studio.

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