Yellow Drum Productions is proud to support the following performers, events and organizations. 
Please use the links below to find out more about them and be sure to say Hello!


 

The Abbotsford International Airshow will be host to three
jet teams and three military jet demos this August. This
year also marks the first visit by the Breitling Jet Team.     
Join thousands as "Aces Warriors & Wingmen" pays
tribute to the 75th anniversary of the Battle of Britain.
Heritage Flight Museum was founded by
Maj. Gen Anders, Apollo 8 Astronaut and is now located in 
Burlington, WA. The Anders family care for a number of 
aircraft including a beautiful P-51 Mustang and the
menacing A-1 Skyraider. 
The Canadian Museum of Flight is located in the heart of   
Langley, BC, Canada. You'll find a number of static aircraft 
on display ranging from a CF-104 Starfighter to a Handley
Page Hampden bomber. They also boast a number of
airworthy aircraft that it proudly displays at local events.
Located at Paine Field in Mukilteo, WA, Historic Flight         
Foundation was founded by John T. Sessions and is home
to a wonderful collection of vintage warbird and civilian
aircraft. HFF host several educational events each
year along with their annual Vintage Aircraft Weekend.
Brent Handy is beginning only his 2nd airshow         
season as a solo aerobatic performer, and is certainly no
stranger to the airshow circuit with over 150 shows under
his belt as a Canadian Forces Snowbird. See more
about Brent Handy Aerobatics here.
Gaining Altitude: The Mosquito Reborn tells the story of a      
Mossie through archival footage and interviews with veteran 
pilots. I was lucky enough to be a part of this incredible 
documentary and I'd encourage any lover of aviation (and
warbirds) to see it.