The 2022 Space Coast Air Show will take place May 21-22, 2022 at Space Coast Regional Airport just outside the gates of Kennedy Space Center.
Gates open at 9 am on Saturday and Sunday. The aerial portion of the show runs from 11:30 am to approximately 3:00 pm.
Practice schedules are subject to change and are therefore not published. You will likely see planes flying all throughout the week prior to the show. We are unable to post our practice schedules as they are subject to change. We recommend checking the latest news blog on our website for arrival and flight updates on all your favorite acts.
All the major acts, which you can see on our Performer Page, will perform both days. The sequence of flight performances for each day are posted about 1-2 weeks prior to the show.
Due to security and check in procedures, no re-entry is permitted. Please make sure you have everything you need to enjoy the full day at the air show when you enter upon arrival.
No. The narration of the event will only be available via the PA system inside the event site
Ear protection is not required, but is recommended, especially for children under 5 who may be startled by the noise of the aerial performance teams.
Please contact our Director of Public Relations, Chris Dirato at email@example.com no later than 2 weeks prior to the show. Due to the volume of request, please note that only credentialed media are eligible for media credentials to the event.
We will have a wide variety of aircraft on static display inside the event site including the full Valiant Air Command Warbird Museum collection of past and modern day military aircraft.
Sunscreen, ear protection and up to a one liter sealed bottle of water. If you are in General Admission bring your own chairs. A personal size umbrella is also permissible for shade from the sun.
Backpacks and bags are allowed, but will be subject to security inspection upon entrance. All prohibited items mentioned in these FAQs will be confiscated or guests will be asked to return them to their vehicles.
No smoking or vaping is permitted on the airport grounds
Yes, feel free to take as many photos/videos as you would like.
No. pets cannot be brought into the event site.
Yes, just please be courteous to other guests around you. May be subject to search.
BBQ Grills are strictly prohibited.
If you are in General Admission or Lawn Box BYOC (bring your own chairs), we recommend bringing chairs. Premium Lawn Boxes, Preferred Seating and Flight Line Club VIP include seating so you can leave your chairs at home.
Due to safety concerns for all patrons, personal tents, awnings, and beach umbrellas are not allowed. Personal hand-held umbrellas are allowed.
Shade is limited as the show viewing area is out in direct sunlight. You will be allowed to bring a hand-held personal umbrella, but no other beach umbrella, tent, or awning. Shades that are attached to beach chairs are fine.
Our air show is ADA compliant. For guests with disabilities, we recommend giving yourself just a little bit of extra time to get down to the seating areas.
Yes, there are handicap parking spots in all lots. Please show your handicap placard to the parking attendants when you arrive
All ticket levels INCLUDE parking. Your parking pass will be sent via email. We do recommend printing it out to have on hand to show the parking attendants. There is no additional parking available for purchase.
Please reach out to our customer service team at firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line “Additional Parking Pass Request.” Please note that parking is limited and we may not be able to accommodate additional parking passes.
The Space Coast Air Show will be held on Saturday, May 21 and Sunday, May 22, 2022.
For questions about the show not covered in this list, please contact our customer support team at email@example.com.
Our ticketing box office support team will be happy to help you with all ticketing needs, including sending/resending your tickets to your email, transferring the date of your ticket from Saturday/Sunday or vice versa, and all other ticketing issues.