UPDATE: We've heard from listeners and seen a lot of questions on social media asking about where you should park for the Magic Valley Airshow this weekend. Honestly, we were confused too, and would have gone to the airport to park. That's the wrong place. You should drive to the Magic Valley Speedway where they will have 5 buses running throughout the day to shuttle visitors to the airport and back to their cars. The airshow website has maps on how to get to the Speedway for parking and what you'll need to get on a bus.

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Strange sounds and loud unexplained booms are nothing new in Twin Falls. The weirdest thing about the sounds is that 2 people could be standing near each other; one of them might hear it and the other might not. Monday morning, there was a loud rumble heard in some parts of Twin Falls and other locations in Southern Idaho. But this sound wasn’t a mystery.

We Know What That Sound Was In Twin Falls Monday Morning

On Monday morning, around 11 am a select few people in Southern Idaho got to hear the rumble of the engines of 2 iconic and rare remnants from the past. The B-25 Mitchell ‘Maid in the Shade’ and the B-17 Flying Fortress ‘Sentimental Journey’ touched down in Twin Falls at the Magic Valley Regional Airport in a stunning show of World War 2 era power. The warbirds will be on display through the weekend as part of the upcoming Magic Valley Airshow.

The planes are part of the Airbase Arizona Flying Museum, with the goal of educating and inspiring. Members of the community are invited to visit, tour, and even ride in the warbirds while they are here. They will be on display the rest of the week for ground tours and flights on Thursday through Sunday. Tour and flight information and prices can be found below the gallery.

Monday Rumbling Wasn't Weather In Twin Falls But We Know What It Was [LOOK]

The B-25 Mitchell ‘Maid in the Shade’ and the B-17 Flying Fortress ‘Sentimental Journey’ touched down in Twin Falls at the Magic Valley Regional Airport as part of the upcoming Magic Valley Airshow.

Ground tour and flight reservations can be made on the Flying Legends of Victory Tour website. Prices depend on the desired experience and range from $15 per person for a tour up to $850 for a prime seat on the B-17.

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So, if you didn’t hear the planes rumbling on Monday, they will be doing several more flights over the Magic Valley this week.

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