Airplanes are thrilling and majestic to watch, especially when they’re shredding through vengeful, murderous clouds. Be a vapor gaper with this GrouponLive deal.
Choose from Three Options
- Private tent at the Greenwood Lake Airshow
- When: August 16, 17, or 18 starting at 11 a.m.
- Where: Greenwood Lake Airport
- Door time: 9 a.m.
- Ticket values include all fees.<p>
- $995 for one-day private-tent rental for 25 people (a $1,975 value)
- $1,925 for one-day private-tent rental for 50 people (a $3,950 value)
- $3,795 for one-day private-tent rental for 100 people (a $7,900 value)<p>
Private tents set up on the front line come equipped with tables, chairs, theatre seating, a cooler stocked with non-alcoholic beverages, a personal attendant, and enough space to hang a company banner. Custom-sized for your group, the tents provide a good setting for a company picnic or to entertain clients. Each option includes four VIP parking passes. Call (973) 728-7721 to reserve private tent and customize package.<p>
Greenwood Lake Airshow
In the summer skies of August, the thunder of plane engines arcing overhead draws eyes to skilled pilots performing aerial acrobatics. The 5th Annual Greenwood Lake Airshow stages more than T-6 formation flights and close passes of Yak-52Ws, though. Peppered across the airport grounds, vintage cars and hotrods hark back to the days of motor-city dominance and roller-skating presidents. World War II reenactment troupes, meanwhile, joined by real-life Tuskegee Airmen, show off authentic field tents filled with replica gear and faithfully attired soldiers.<p>
The festivities of land and sky combine, enticing eyes up as Jane Wicker treats her biplane like a jungle gym, hanging from its wings and standing upright as it flips, before pulling them back down to a parked C-47. Also on display, the FLS Microjet—whose predecessor starred in Octopussy as one of Bond’s love interests—shows that big power can come in a small package. Throughout the event, mouths already agape at the aeronautic displays can close around concessions such as hot dogs, burgers, and cheesesteaks.