Saturday June 17th, 2023

Joslin Field, Magic Valley Regional Airport

Celebrate the 75th Anniversary

Thank you for attending the 2023 Magic Valley Airshow

We want to express our heartfelt thanks for making the Magic Valley Airshow an incredible event. Your presence, enthusiasm, and generous support have contributed immensely to its success. The awe-inspiring displays, thrilling performances, and the sense of community would not have been possible without you. We are deeply grateful for your participation, and we look forward to your continued support in future endeavors.

Event Schedule

  • Saturday, June 17 10:00 AM
    Gates open & airspace closes
  • Saturday, June 17 11:00 AM
    Twin Falls Municipal Band Patriotic Concert
  • Saturday, June 17 12:00 PM
    Opening ceremonies
  • Saturday, June 17 12:30 PM
    Airshow performances begin
  • Saturday, June 17 4:00 PM
    Airshow ends & airspace opens.

Schedule is subject to change.

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Airshow News

GA Fly-in Information

Posted: June 14, 2023, 4:51 p.m.

Make sure to contact the local FBO for necessary information and updates prior to your departure. C…

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Historic Aircraft Arrive!

Posted: June 12, 2023, 11:55 a.m.

Excitement is building as the Arizona Commemorative Air Force (CAF) prepares to make a grand entr…

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Cessna 408

Posted: June 9, 2023, 11:31 a.m.
One of the aircraft joining the Joslin Field Celebration for a static display is a FedEx Cessna 408…
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B-17 "Sentimental Journey"

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B-25 "Maid in the Shade"

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DC-3 Miss Montana


Edge 540 - Melissa Burns

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Nanchag CJ-6 (Neil Ring)


Ralph Royce - Air Boss

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T-33 "Ace Maker" Greg Colyer

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The Super Chipmunk - GhostWriter

Nathan was born into the airshow world, his first flight at 2 weeks old on his mother’s lap. Raised in up-state New York, the Old Rhinebeck Aerodrome Museum was his childhood playground and a major influence from day one. Fascinated by the thrill and excitement at the weekly airshows, Nathan’s …


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Are you ready to experience a thrilling and unforgettable airshow act that will leave you on the edge of your seat? Look no further than our Formation Aerobatics show, featuring a combination of high-flying maneuvers that are sure to impress. One of the key features of our act is Towering …


Brad Wursten

Brad Wursten's obsession with flying started at just 4 years old. He knew he would become a pilot, after riding as a passenger in a plane that was flown by one of his father's friends above the farmland of Northern Utah. When he was just eight years old, he began …


BF9-2 Danny Sorensen

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Airshow Announcer - Mike Berriochoa

Mike Berriochoa is an announcer you should know. A member of the International Council of Air Shows since 1983, he has been entertaining air show fans for more than 30 years. A former broadcaster, Mike combines his knowledge of aviation with his skills on the microphone. "Whether it's in the …


Joslin Field/Magic Valley Airport

History of the KTWF Airport

The KTWF airport, also known as the Joslin Field-Magic Valley Regional Airport, is a public airport located in Twin Falls, Idaho. It was originally established in 1939 as a grass landing strip, and was named after local Sergent Raymond Joslin who was the first air crew member from Twin Falls County to be killed in WWII.

In the early 1940s, the airport was used as a training base for the United States Army Air Corps during World War II. After the war, it was returned to the City of Twin Falls and was used for general aviation purposes.

In the 1960s, the airport underwent significant expansion and modernization, with the addition of a paved runway, a terminal building, and other facilities. This expansion allowed the airport to accommodate larger commercial aircraft and to serve as a hub for air travel in the Magic Valley region.

Since then, the KTWF airport has continued to grow and evolve. It has added additional flights and airlines, as well as a number of amenities for travelers such as a restaurant, rental car agencies, and retail stores.

Today, the KTWF airport is an important transportation hub and economic driver for the Twin Falls area. It is used by both commercial and private pilots, and is home to a number of aviation-related businesses. It is also actively involved in the community, hosting events such as fly-ins and airshows.

Overall, the KTWF airport has a rich history and has played a vital role in the development and growth of the Twin Falls area.