An incredible two-day event is coming to the Midcoast of Maine this weekend. Get ready for some serious aerobatics and slick, historic planes.

It's going to be an epic weekend, especially for aviation lovers. The Owl's Head Transportation Museum will be hosting the event from its popular location right next to the Knox County Airport.

The show has lined up plenty of entertaining events and displays, including World War ll Era warbirds, aerobatic flying demonstrations from national acts, skydiving demonstrations, exhibiter car shows, vintage car rides, open air café, vehicle demos, and much more.

What an event this is lining up to be. This is absolutely an aviation enthusiast's dream. Insane aerobatic flying, plus incredible historic planes like the iconic P-51B Mustang and P-40 Wahawk. It's going to be an absolute blast.

Owl's Head Transportation Museaum via Facebook
Owl's Head Transportation Museaum via Facebook

This is also a perfect event for a place like the Owls Head Transportation Museum to host, as their mission is to:

 ...collect, preserve, exhibit and operate pre-1940 aircraft, ground vehicles, engines and related technologies significant to the evolution of transportation for the purpose of education.

The museum has a diverse set of exhibits which include focusing on speed, women through history, iconic engines, World War 1 aviation, bicycles, and more. And this isn't even mentioning the incredible collections of autos they have. You can find out more here.

Owl's Head Transportation Museum via Facebook
Owl's Head Transportation Museum via Facebook

The "Wings and Wheels Spectacular" kicks off this Saturday, August 5, at 10am. It's recommended to show up before 12:30pm for great Main Event viewing. Tickets can be purchased at the gate. You can find out more information here.

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