After the washout yesterday, Friday marks the first day of flying for Eastbourne’s air show.
Hundreds of visitors will brave the weather to see the air displays and live music.
Displays include; the Breitling Wingwalkers, Chinook, Jet Provost, Kittyhawk, Mustang, Patrouille Reva, Rv8tors, Spitfire, The Blades, The Tigers, Tutor, Typhoon and the first flight of the Red Arrows.
You can grab lunch, get up close to replica aircraft and try your luck at winning an Aston Martin with the Royal Marine’s charitable trust at the exhibitons in Western Gardens.
Flights start at 12.30pm and are expected to continue until 4.22pm.
Music can be found at the airbourne stage from 11am to 7.30pm and the Bandstand from 8pm.
1.10pm: Belgian NH90 helicopter.
3pm: Battle of Britain Memorial Flight.
4pm: Red Arrows display.
6.10pm: De’Vide, Airbourne live stage.
6.30pm: BBC South East Today festival friday tour, Western Lawns.
8pm: Toyah in concert, Bandstand.
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