How much is admission?
General admission tickets are available for advanced purchase. General admission for Saturday and Sunday is $15 for adults, $10 for Military, Seniors (65 and older), and Youth (12 and under), and free for children ages 6 and under. On August 18th, one week before the air show, tickets go up $5 across the board: $20 for adults, $15 for Military, Seniors (65 and older), and Youth (12 and under), and remains free for children ages 6 and under. There is a Friday night show with $5 tickets (Active Duty, Reserves, Retirees or Veterans with a Military ID or proof of service have free admission to Friday night’s show only). For more information, go to the ‘Tickets’ page of this website.
How much is parking?
Parking is $5 per car. All proceeds generated from the parking fees will go to local charities. Parking is available on Friday starting at 4 pm and both Saturday and Sunday starting at 8 am.
What is the air show schedule?
On Friday, the gates open at 5pm and the show begins at 6pm. There will be a fireworks display around 8:45pm and the show will end at 9pm. The Thunderbirds do not perform at the Friday night show.
On Saturday and Sunday, the gates open at 9am and the show will go from 9:30am to 4pm. The Thunderbirds are typically the final performance on both Saturday and Sunday. For security reasons, we are unable to provide the specific start time. For a detailed list of performances, please check out our Performers page.
Are public restrooms available?
Yes, portable public restrooms (including handicap-accessible restrooms) will be available on the air show grounds.
May I leave the air show and come back in?
Yes, you may leave and re-enter the air show grounds by receiving a re-entry stamp at the gate before leaving. However each time you enter and exit the parking lot, you will need to pay for parking.
What happens if there is inclement weather?
The air show happens rain or shine. No refunds or exchanges.
Which items are restricted?
- Ice chests or coolers
- Large bags
- Weapons (regardless of permits) including: firearms, knives, walking sticks (except for handicap use)
- Alcoholic beverages
- Pets (other than service dogs)
- Glass containers
- Large umbrellas, tents, or canopies
- Bicycles (can be parked outside the gate), skateboards, roller blades, and roller skates
May we bring in bags?
Yes, you make bring a purse or diaper bag. All baggage will be inspected upon entrance to the air show grounds for security reasons.
What convenience items are permitted?
Chairs, strollers, cameras, blankets, and hand-held umbrellas are permitted.
Is there an ATM on site?
Yes. Please note: Most vendor sales are cash transactions.
May we take pictures?
May I bring my own food or drinks to the Air Show?
No, but you may leave and re-enter the air show by receiving a re-entry stamp.
Will water be provided?
Yes, there is a potable water station for filling water bottles. Bottled water will also be sold by the concessionaire.
May I bring a cooler?
No, coolers are restricted. A “cooler” is anything that was designed to insulate. *Note: small coolers will only be permitted if they are for infant formula or life saving medications.
May I bring ice?
Loose ice is prohibited because it is difficult to search, however sealed ice packs ARE permitted.
Can I fly my aircraft to the show?
All aircraft must be in the chocks by 8:20 am on Saturday and Sunday of the event and not expect to leave until after the show concludes around 5:00 pm each day and show aricraft have departed, if necessary. As Friday’s show takes place during the evening and no aircraft will be permitted to depart until after the show ends, do not expect to depart any earlier than 9 pm that day. Aircraft should expect to go to General Aviation Parking near FlightLevel Aviation. All aircraft must make a reservation by calling FlightLevel at 207-406-2081 and must purchase tickets to the air show beforehand.
For more information on flying your aircraft to the Air Show click here