The annual Rhyl Air Show will take place across the August Bank Holiday weekend, 25th & 26th August.
Hundreds-of-thousands of people are expected to flood into the town to watch the spectacular air display.
Splash Radio will have all the very latest in the run up to the event and on the day.
In a press release Cllr Win Mullen-James, mayor of Rhyl, said: “The air show is one of the highlights in Rhyl’s extensive events’ programme and a real crowd-pleaser.
“The town council is delighted to be supporting the event once again. Visitors always come from far and wide and, with such an exciting line-up, this year is expected to be no different.
“Many locals cycle or walk to the promenade to watch the aerial displays and we’d encourage them to do so again this year so we can keep traffic moving around the town.”
It comes as the RAF celebrate 100 years with a special display from the RAF Red Arrows.