Sean Tucker And Team To Premiere New Show At Oshkosh

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Sean D. Tucker will be at EAA AirVenture in Oshkosh, Wis., later this month flying his spectacular aerobatic routine in the Oracle Challenger biplane, but he will also be debuting the world premiere of a new project, called The Collaborators, with four airplanes flying together. The show will include Tucker in the Challenger, Bill Stein flying an Edge 540 and Eric Tucker (Sean's son) and Ben Freelove in Extra 300Ls. "We're flying all different airplanes together, and we will be doing everything we can to entertain the crowd," Stein told AVweb on Wednesday. "We'll have nonstop action, formation aerobatics, solo maneuvers, in trail and a bunch of us in the box at once, mixing it up." The Collaborators are in Nebraska all this week, practicing four times a day to hone their skills. They are scheduled to fly in the afternoon airshows at Oshkosh on Wednesday, July 25 and Friday, July 27.