The highest-flying free show in the Motor City returns to the skies of Macomb County this September. The U.S. Navy Blue Angels–led by Clinton Township native Commander Tom Frosch–will headline the 2014 Selfridge open house and Air Show at Selfridge Air National Guard Base, Michigan, Saturday and Sunday, September 6-7. The show will feature a wide assortment of military aircraft and equipment displays, along with a number of civilian acrobatic aerial performances. Admission to the show on the military base is free and the parking is free. Officials recommend arriving early to beat the traffic and spending the day on the base. Refreshments and other vendors will be available. The gates open at 8am, with flying to start late morning. The Navy Flight Demonstration Team–best known as the Blue Angels–will showcase the pride and professionalism of military aviation with aircraft performances each day of the open house. Selfridge Air National Guard Base is located east of Mount Clemens along the shore of Lake St. Clair, accessible for the open house from Interstate 94 exit 241 (21 Mile Road) or exit 237 (North River Road). No camping or other overnight accommodations are permitted on the base. For more information, visit the website link.