Skyfest 2015 welcomes Jet Truck

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Chris Darnell will be rocketing at Skyfest 2015 in the Chev Jet truck.

For the first time, Quesnel’s International Airshow Skyfest 2015, welcomes the spectacular Flashfire Jet Truck with driver Chris Darnell. With more than 12,00 horsepower from a jet engine and capable of speeds approaching 400 mph, the Chevy pickup truck stages an amazing performance, earning its reputation and documented World’s Fastest Jet-powered truck.

In partnership with his father Neal Darnell, they share extensive experience in show performance. Chris has been involved in motor-sports his entire life and has literally done it all. With experience on the production side of motor-sport events as well as performer/competitor, Chris also has a bachelors degree in marketing/advertising and promotions providing the team with explosive and dynamic, well-orchestrated crowd-pleasing performances.

The Jet Truck joins an impressive line-up of performers at this year’s Skyfest 2015 helping to provide non-stop, heart-stopping action for the three days of the show.

Beginning with the Twilight Show on Friday night, July 31 (tickets are limited to don’t miss out) and moving into two days of sensational action with gates opening at 10 a.m. and show start at noon.

Tickets (adult, youth, family and weekend camping package) for Skyfest 2015 are available at Circle ‘S’ Western Wear, the Tourist Bureau or online at www.quesnelskyfest. ca/tickets. Mustang tickets can be purchased at various venues including Integris Credit Union, Cariboo Ford, Circle ‘S’ Western Wear, Cap-it, Co-op, Quesnel Visitors Centre or contact any Skyfest director.

Parents watch for youth tickets included in year-end report cards for students Grades 1 – 7 (children six and under admission is free.)

Download the Quesnel Skyfest app to your smartphone and receive updates as they are posted or visit the Skyfest 2015 Facebook page.

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