On July 4th Breckenridge hosts the first of its kind “highest airshow on earth” featuring the daredevil pilots of nationally renowned Rower Airshows.
Trilogy Partners and Rower Airshows are sponsoring the Official Breckenridge Airshow Party and Silent auction. And you are invited to attend. We will have the best view in town and will be serving Beer, Burgers, Brats and the usual 4th of July fixins’ to enjoy while you watch the airshow.
Here’s the July 4th schedule:
11:30 The party kicks off as the airshow begins
11:30-1:30 Food and Drink on the Trilogy Deck.
11:30-3:00 Silent Auction for airshow airplane rides to benefit the Summit Foundation
3:00 Meet the Pilots and find out who has won a ride in Gary Rowers Stearman Biplane.
Address: 233 South Ridge Street on the rear deck (next to South Ridge Seafood Grill.)
We hope you can attend. Please RSVP by July 3 to email@example.com or call 970-453-2230
And if you’re interested in an vintage airplane ride, below is information on the auction:
Trilogy Partners and Rower Airshows are auctioning 3 open cockpit airplane rides at a minimum bid of $300 per ride all proceeds benefit the Summit Foundation. To place your bid attend the Meet the Pilots After-party at 3pm July 4 at 233 South Ridge Street (refreshments will be served on the rear deck) or email your offer to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Flights from the Leadville airport tentatively scheduled in late July and August.
Pilot Gary Rower describes what you can expect:
Take the ride of a lifetime with Highest Show on Earth Pilot Gary Rower in his airshow Stearman Biplane. Strap on your parachute and see the mountains like you’ve never seen them before, from an open cockpit biplane. For the adventurous, try some of the same maneuvers you saw during the show or just lean over the side and wave to the folks in town… at 120 MPH. You may have flown in an airliner. You may have flown in a little airplane or a corporate jet but until you’ve flown an in antique biplane you’ve really never left the ground. You’ve seen them in movies and you watched the airshow now experience a once in a lifetime opportunity and take a ride with Gary in his 1942 Airshow Stearman. Definitely one for the bucket list!