The Duluth Airshow is seeking is seeking community organizations to work during the event in exchange for funding to help support those organizations (civic group, nonprofit, school organization, sports team, etc.) who help out.

Organizers say that each year the Duluth Airshow provides around $50,000 to local organizations who help volunteer at the event. Those who volunteer help fill a variety of roles from parking, tickets, and concessions.

All volunteers need to be aged 16 and up. While there is work that is needed to be done, they will have the chance to see the Duluth Airshow while also being provided beverages, lunch and a t-shirt.

“This event would not be successful without the support of our community and volunteers”, said Duluth Airshow President Ryan Kern. “The local volunteer groups help with logistics and the guest experience. We are grateful for their support and our ability to return the favor with funding for their organization.”

If you're with a group or organization that would like to participate, please visit or send an email to

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