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Guide to Yellowstone Airshow at Billings Logan Airport.

Guide to Yellowstone Airshow at Billings Logan Airport.

Yellowstone International Airshow: Everything You Need to Know

The Yellowstone International Airshow is once again taking to the skies above the Magic City on August 12 and 13.

Where to Park

Parking passes are available and must be purchased before the event. If you purchase four or more tickets, including children’s tickets, you will be guaranteed a free parking pass. 

Tickets

VIP seating for the Yellowstone International Airshow is available to get yourself an unobstructed view, exclusive access to areas not open to the general public, a complementary BBQ menu and water, private parking and personalized service.

VIP Packages are $125/person for all ages and all members of your party will need individual VIP passes upon arrival.

General admission tickets are also available for $45 for an adult or $10 for children 10 and under.

Times

This year’s show will be held on August 12 and 13, starting at 11:00 am each day. The Blue Angels will perform starting at 3:00 pm.

Gates will open at 9:00 am and close at 4:30 pm.

Due to the show, Highway 3 from Main Street to Zimmerman Trail will be closed from 3:00 pm to 6:00 pm on Saturday, August 12 and Sunday, August 13 to accommodate traffic exiting the air show.

What to Bring

Before you arrive, make sure you have your tickets and any necessary identification for entry.

Attendees should wear comfortable clothes and closed-toe shoes suitable for walking on various terrains.

Sunscreen, sunglasses, and wide-brimmed hats are also allowed, however, sun canopies are not allowed due to airport regulations.

Outside food and drinks are not allowed at the air show, however, you can bring a non-breakable refillable water bottle. A variety of food vendors and concessions will be available.

Cameras and binoculars are also allowed at the show.

If you have a general admission ticket, you are advised to bring chairs or blankets for seating.

If the weather calls for rain, the show will go on unless there is severe weather. Come prepared with rain gear in the event of rain.

Ear protection is also advised as the show can get loud, especially if you have sensitive hearing.

Organizers ask that you leave any pets, distracting items, and drones at home.

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