DURBAN- LAND SEA AND AIR FESTIVAL






Hang on to your seats - the first Durban Land, Sea and Air Festival coming to the Durban beachfront on the 21st, 22nd and 23rd March promises some adrenaline accelerating, non-stop land, sea and air action for all. And it's free to the public!

The festival's main attraction is the never-before-seen-in-South-Africa Sky Grand Prix of Aerobatics where the best South African and international pilots will perform heady aerial moves and races over the ocean to see who are the finest and fastest pilots. The planes will race, twist, turn and be pushed to the extreme as they blitz through multi-storey pylons placed on the beachfront piers to complete a flawless aerobatic routine.





Festival-goers will also be treated to a variety of displays by the navy, SAPS and other water sport competitions. These include the navy brass band and a submarine demonstration. Live music, air-themed movies and other land activities will keep the crowds going well into the night.





Festival organiser, Brian Emmenis from Capital Sounds, says, "We have been planning the festival since mid-2013 and are very excited to bring this event to Durban. Nowhere else in the country are people able to watch so many exhilarating displays over and in the sea. The Sky Grand Prix of Aerobatics alone will feature world champion pilots who compete against each other regularly on the international airshow stage. It's going to be electric!"





The free, three-day festival is proudly brought to the city by eThekwini Municipality and the KwaZulu-Natal government. "Due to the beachfront's easy access and the fact that the festival is free, this event will provide the opportunity for all members of the community to experience the thrills and exciting action that makes it unique. We look forward to welcoming the international participants and all the visitors to our beautiful city, and we are confident that this will be another exceptional and exciting event experience in Durban," says Vivienne Holden, senior event manager at Durban's Strategic Projects.





Pilots Post will be at the Land Sea and Air Festival and will be bringing you daily updates of all the action.

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