Fort Sill has announced the cancellation of the 100th anniversary of the Henry Post Airfield scheduled for Saturday, April 7th.  The threat of bad weather Friday going into Saturday morning had aircraft and vendors cancelling ahead of the official announcement.

Press Release

The Fort Sill Airshow on April 7th has been cancelled due to the weather and its effect on flight acts ability to perform this weekend. MWR is looking at possible date to move this event in accordance to the previous cancelled event.

Update:  This just in from Fort Sill, both the Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band concert and the Air show have been rescheduled for July 27 & July 28.

Fort Sill to Reschedule Concert and Air Show due to weather

Fort Sill – Fort Sill officials have made the decision to cancel Saturday’s air show and celebration of the 100th anniversary of the post’s Henry Post Army Airfield. Officials say the weather forecast for Saturday calls for 20-25 mph sustained winds with temperatures not reaching above freezing until around noon. “We really hate to do this. We had a very good air show planned,” said Brenda Spencer-Ragland, Fort Sill Family, Morale, Welfare and Recreation director. “But, most of our aerial and static display aircraft cancelled because they didn’t think they could get here, or perform on Saturday, because of the weather.” Spencer-Ragland said food vendors also started cancelling because of the weather forecast. Fort Sill officials are rescheduling both the Gary Sinise and the Lt. Dan Band concert and the air show for July 27, for the concert and July 28th for the airshow.


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