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February 14th to 16th 2014

Motown Airport, Arizona

About Us

The Arizona Flying Circus is a volunteer effort guided by our love and passion of flight. We do this event year to year to celebrate our remaining freedoms, meet and reconnect with fellow birds of a feather, and gather at this breathtaking place.

Part fly-in, part Burning Man, part Wild West, the AFC has evolved into a rather unusual flying event like no other. Certainly a large variety of pilots make it out every year with their flying contraptions, but you will also find wild costumes, great food, explosions, enormous fires, fireworks, firearms, and the infamous bowling ball cannon.

What makes AFC amazing are the contributions of the attendees. We ask each person coming to AFC to bring something special to share at the event. Especially anything that fly's, shoots, burns, explodes, or is just plain weird. But participants have also donated artwork, talents, construction, safety, and cleanup. For example, the "Flying Man" sculpture was donated by two talented artists a few years ago.


"Flying Man"


Once again, Mo Sheldon of Airparamo has generously opened his eighty acre property "MoTown" to host the AZPPG 2014 Arizona Flying Circus now in it's 11th year.

Located just thirty miles Southwest of Phoenix in beautiful Vekol Valley, MoTown is an amazing haven for flying. You can either fly in or drive in.

The property features a huge Paramotor launch area and two hard-packed, smooth, dirt runways. The East-West runway is 2700’ long and 65’ wide!

Surrounded by pristine desert mountains and incredible wildlife, MoTown is ideal for Ultralight, LSA, and GA flying. Come join us for warm winter flying in sunny Arizona!

AZPPG (Arizona Powered Paragliding) is a cactus-roots organization dedicated to promote a safe, responsible and fun flying environment that helps to enhance, educate, and retain the incredible form of personal flight, Powered Paragliding (PPG), for and in Arizona.


  • Thank you for the 2014 Contributions

    Thank you for the 2014 Contributions Tuesday, 18 February 2014

    The success of the AFC is dependent on the volunteers and contributions of the participants. This year we had all of the three T's. Time, talent, and things. Safety, food, and clean-up people volunteered their time. We had talents like live music, whip, and dance shows. And things like bells, fireworks, solar balloons, droans, cannons, lights, and more were contributed. We would like to thank everyone for their help.

  • Weather


    The weather for the 2014 AFC looks perfect.

  • Vote for your favorite shirt design

    Vote for your favorite shirt design Friday, 31 January 2014

    Vote for design 1,2, or 3 in the comments below.

  • Vendor Oportunities

    Vendor Oportunities Thursday, 23 January 2014

    The AFC is a great place to demonstrate and sell products for your business. Just select the "Vendor" add-on when registering. Don't forget to email us your logo to use in our advertising.

  • Christmas Trees

    Christmas Trees Friday, 17 January 2014

    Mo is working on the worlds largest Christmas tree bondfire.

  • Flying Man lights being installed

    New Years Wednesday, 01 January 2014

    A bunch of us rung in the new year at MoTown, with fireworks, guns, explosions, flying, and fire. New Year's day we worked on things for the coming AFC, including putting lights on the "Flying Man" sculpture.

  • T-shirt

    T-shirt Thursday, 26 December 2013

    What do you think of this for the 2014 AFC T-shirt design? Let us know in the comments below. We are looking into using glow in the dark ink for the "Flying Man".

  • Website Maintenance

    Website Maintenance Thursday, 26 December 2013

    On December 26, 2013 we will be moving the AFC website to a new server. During the migration you may experience timeouts, or the website may be inaccessible.  We apologize for any inconvenience.

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