The WWII Big Band Dinner and Show will return for the fifth year on Friday Night, October 2 at 6 p.m. This will be a catered dinner with the entertainment TBD. More information and tickets coming soon.
There is no admission to the Saturday, October 3 event. Come out and enjoy a day of planes, cars, WWII re-enactors, great food, entertainment craft vendors and much more.
Located at the Sussex County Airport in Georgetown DE with plenty of off-site parking (on-site handicapped parking) with buses, trams to quickly shuttle you to the gate.
Cars of all types to enjoy, the car show has drawn over 300 in past years and continues to grow. Have a show car? Click the vendor tab for an application and show it off.
Airplanes from WWII to Modern. Get a ride at the show.
10:30, 11:00, 11:30, 12:00, & 4:00
3:00 PM Mass Exit Jump - Team & Coaches
11:00 to 12:00 AM Major EC Bennett - Local Military Aircraft
12:00 to 01:00 PM Lt. Col. Dick Cole - Doolittle Raider
01:00 to 02:00 PM Lt. Mike Hills - Local Submarine Activity
02:00 to 03:00 PM Major Rogers - Fort Miles History
Greg Fuller Singing National Anthem
Seaford ROTC Color Guard & Naval Academy Opening Jump
Come dressed and ready to dance! Friday, October 2 at 6 p.m. Dinner provided by Lighthouse Catering followed by a great show. 16 Mile Brewery will be there for your convenience. BYOB Wine! The show is held in a huge plane hangar and will get you in the spirit of the event.
In addition we have the ultimate Abbott & Costello Tribute Show for your entertainment! More than just impersonators....they live and breathe Abbott & Costello.
2015 Wings & Wheels Dinner Show
Plans are under way for the 2015 Wings & Wheels Big Band Dinner Show. Last year we welcomed The Brooks Tegler AAF Big Band, a 17- piece, world renowned Big Band, along with the ultimate Abbott & Costello Tribute Show. Past shows have been sellouts, so stay tuned for details to come and get your tickets for this year's Wings & Wheels Dinner Show on Friday, October 2, 2015 at 6 P.M..
Wings & Wheels adds Aviation Education Day
by Jack Hoban
As high school juniors and seniors start pondering future careers, organizers of the Georgetown Wings & Wheels festival want to ensure that they consider the aviation industry.
2014-Another Successful Festival!
As W&W-A Georgetown Fall Festival grows, so too does our thank you list; and last year, we had more people & organizations to be grateful to and thankful for than ever before. This was due in no small measure to the great successes we have had for the past six festivals, as well as, some real bloopers!