The Moses Lake Airshow is so excited to announce our new look & logo!. The new logo brings together the past, present, and future. It pays homage to local and international, military and civilian connections. 

The Wings, found in military insignia, are a nod of respect not only to our heritage but to our military partners, customers, and guests today.  The Grant County International Airport, where the Airshow is held, began in 1942 as the Moses Lake Army Air Base.  After WWII it was rechristened Larson Air Force Base until 1966 when it was turned over to the newly created Port of Moses Lake.    We will never forget our roots and we will always support our Armed Forces and allies.

The Center of the insignia is traditionally reserved for symbology representing the mission and power of a specific group; our badge shows a fire-breathing dragon.  The lake, for which the area is named, is shaped like the lithe, magical creature of the Far East.  This dragon also represents nearly 60 years of friendship with Japan, as we share culture, art, education, manufacturing, and aerospace technology with each other.  Our relationship has even allowed us to expand into other countries and cultures on the western rim of the Pacific Ocean.

Come see the fire, hear the roar, and feel the magic of the Moses Lake Airshow!

Tickets on sale April 1, 2020 - subscribe to our newsletter to get the inside deals.