The Royal Air Force's Red Arrows are set to fly over the new Bristol Aerospace Museum in Filton today, 16 August.
The demonstration, at 2.37pm, is part of a push to raise the final £2million of the £19million cost of the museum.
250 people with memories of the supersonic plane, will also partake by forming a Concorde shape as the RAF team fly past.
The Concorde 216, which was the last Concorde to be built, is currently on display at the museum. It was also the last in a long line of Bristol-designed aircraft to be assembled and flown at Filton.
It returned home on 26th November 2003, which was the final flight by a Concorde.