The Bray Air Display Show will return this summer following a two-year break, organisers have confirmed.
The show, which draws thousands of people to Bray each summer, has not been held since 2019, due to the Covid-19 pandemic and restrictions on gatherings.
Confirming its return, a spokesperson said the show will be “back bigger and better than ever with an incredible lineup including none other than the world-famous Red Arrows”.
“This year’s event will see the #BrayAirDisplay team up with the Irish Air Corps who are celebrating 100 years of Irish military aviation,” they continued.
“We are really excited to welcome the RAF’s Battle of Britain Memorial Flight to Irish skies. Seeing the iconic and historic Lancaster, Spitfire and Hurricane fly information will be very special and unique.”
This year’s line-up will also include regular Bray visitors, the Royal Jordanian Falcons and the impressive M-346 Leonardo jet.
As well as the entertainment in the sky there’s plenty of action on the ground; where you can enjoy the thrills and spills of the Seafront Funfair, dine alfresco at the Food Village or even experience a breath-taking helicopter ride over Bray Head throughout the festival weekend, which kicks off on Saturday, July 23rd with the spectacular return of the #BrayAirDisplay on Sunday, July 24th 2022.
Organisers have said more details on the airshow line-up, ground events, and activities at this year’s festival will be released in the coming weeks.