Epic at Oshkosh: The Ultimate Annual Aviation Event

Epic Booth at Oshkosh
When you attend the Oshkosh Fly-In, we invite you to stop by the Epic Flight Academy booth and say hello!

Each year, the Experimental Aircraft Association (EAA) holds an annual fly-in and airshow in Oshkosh, Wisconsin. The official name of the event is EAA AirVenture, but because pilots have their own shorthand for everything, most pilots simply refer to this amazing air show as “Oshkosh!” Here you can witness seven straight days of aerobatics, vintage aircraft, and the latest aviation technology. Oshkosh is every pilot’s bucket-list airshow. All the cool kids go. For instance, in 2016 you would have spotted Harrison Ford. And had you attended in 2017, you would have seen Marvel Comic’s own Stan Lee. Whether you want to see celebrities or just enjoy an amazing air show, plan your summer calendar around this amazing event. And make sure you stop by the Epic booth and say hi!

FAQs About Oshkosh

Q: Where is the event held?

A: The air show is held at Wittman Regional Airport and the adjacent Pioneer Airport in Oshkosh, Wisconsin, United States.

Q: What time is the event held?

A: Hours of operation vary depending on which events you want to attend, such as meet and greets, demonstrations, and flight experiences. Daily air shows: Monday-Saturday: 2:30-6 p.m. and Sunday: 1-4:30 p.m. Night air shows: Wednesday & Saturday: 8-10 p.m.

Q: What county is Oshkosh located in?

A: Winnebago County

Q: What is the weather like?

A: In July, expect great weather with the high around 82 degrees F and the low around 62.

Q: What is attendance like?

A: Attendance continues to grow, with more than 600,000 aviation enthusiasts attending.

Q: How many aircraft will be there?

A: 15,000+ aircraft arrive for this event with more than 3,000 show planes.

Q: When is the next event?

A: Save these upcoming dates:

  • 2022: July 25 – July 31
  • 2023: July 24 – July 30
  • 2024: July 22 – July 28
  • 2025: July 21 – July 27

For more information, check out the Oshkosh Northwestern, which covers the event each year.