The Blue Angels have released their air show schedule for the 2023 season.
The schedule, which the team announced Tuesday at the International Council of Air Shows convention and via social media, includes 62 demonstrations at 32 locations.
The U.S. flight demonstration squadron will perform its first show of the 2023 season March 11 in El Centro, California, where the team trains during the winter.
As is tradition, the final show of the season will take place in Pensacola. That show, named the Homecoming Air Show, is scheduled to take place Nov. 3 and 4, 2023, at Naval Air Station Pensacola. The team’s popular Pensacola Beach show is set for July 8, 2023.
The team already released its schedule for the 2022 air show season in December 2020. That season also starts with a show March 12 in El Centro and concludes with the Homecoming Air Show at Naval Air Station Pensacola on Nov. 11 and 12. Next year’s Pensacola Beach show is scheduled for July 9 and 10.
Here is the complete schedule for the 2023 season:
Blue Angels 2023 air show schedule
March 11: Naval Air Facility El Centro, California
March 18 to 19: Naval Air Station Point Mugu, California
March 25 to 26: Barksdale Air Force Base, Louisiana
April 1 to 2: Lakeland, Florida
April 15 to 16: Naval Air Station Key West, Florida
April 22 to 23: Marine Corps Air Station Beaufort, South Carolina
April 29 to 30: Fort Lauderdale, Florida
May 6 to 7: Corpus Christi, Texas
May 13 to 14: Scott Air Force Bse, Illinois
May 20 to 21: Seymour Johnson Air Force Base, North Carolina
May 24 and 26: U.S. Naval Academy, Annapolis, Maryland
May 27 to 28: Long Pond, Pennsylvania
June 10 to 11: Smyrna, Tennessee
June 17 to 18: Columbus, Ohio
June 24 to 25: North Kingstown, Rhode Island
July 1 to 2: Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
July 8: Pensacola Beach, Florida
July 15 to 16: Duluth, Minnesota
July 22 to 23: Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Aug. 5 to 6: Seattle, Washington
Aug. 12 to 13: Billings, Montana
Aug. 19 to 20: New Century, Kansas
Aug. 26 to 27: Lincoln, Nebraska
Sept. 2 to 4: Toronto, Ontario, Canada
Sept. 16 to 17: Naval Air Station Oceana, Virginia
Sept. 23 to 24: Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, California
Sept. 30 to Oct. 1: McMinnville, Oregon
Oct. 7 to 8: San Francisco, California
Oct. 14 to 15: Grand Junction, Colorado
Oct. 21 to 22: Jacksonville Beach, Florida
Oct. 28 to 29: Greenfield, Indiana
Nov. 3 to 4: Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida
This article originally appeared on Pensacola News Journal: Blue Angels 2023 schedule: Complete list of locations