Online tickets for SkyFest will be 10 per cent off this weekend in the final sale before the Aug. 2-4 event. File photo

Quesnel SkyFest offering Canada Day sale this weekend

Online tickets will be 10 per cent off during the long weekend

It doesn’t take much to argue that the Canadian Forces Snowbirds and the SkyHawks are very patriotic airshow acts, and this Canada Day weekend is a great time to celebrate patriotism and purchase your tickets to see these acts at SkyFest.

SkyFest is having one last sale before the big event, and this Canada Day long weekend, online tickets for Quesnel’s International Airshow will be 10 per cent off between July 27 and July 3.

Visit quesnelskyfest.ca to purchase your discounted tickets while you can by using the promo code SNOWBIRD.

SkyFest will take place Aug. 2, 3 and 4 at the Quesnel Regional Airport, and this year’s airshow features a wide range of performers, including the Snowbirds, the SkyHawks, the CF-18 Demo Team, Brent Handy Aerobatics, Manfred Radius, Go EZ Aerobatics, Bud and Ross Granley’s Yak-o-batics, Team Rocket Aerobatics and many more.

There will also be many displays, including WWII-era planes from the extensive Erickson Aircraft Collection out of Oregon.

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