Where are General Admission tickets available?
General Admission tickets will be on sale online in the future, as well as at a few local sponsor locations. Announcements about ticket sales will be made on Facebook as the 2017 airshow approaches and details are confirmed.
What is reserved spectator seating?
Reserved spectator seating is set up along the flight line and offers a great view of the show. Seats are available for $10 each. Tickets for this seating will be available online as the show gets closer.
How can I upgrade my air show experience?
There are several upgrades available including reserved Spectator Seating along the flight line that features great views of the show; the Beer Garden which includes flight line seating in a shaded area and two complimentary beers; and the Bombers Squadron which includes flight line seating, a catered lunch, drinks and adult beverages. Please visit the Ticket Page for more info on these upgrades.
Can I bring a lawn chair?
Lawns chairs are recommended since seating is not provided with a general admission ticket.
Can I fly into the air show?
Absolutely! Transient aircraft are welcome to arrive to the Stuart Air Show before 1100 and can expect to be able to leave by 1630 on Saturday and Sunday. Tickets can be purchased online or upon your arrival. Contact the tower upon your arrival and request to taxi over to the “Air Show Transient Parking” which is located on Runway 7 – 25 adjacent to the tower. If you would like to drop by one of the FBOs first, just let the tower know!
Is there handicapped parking?
Handicapped parking is available. Please bring your handicapped plate or sticker in the car and make sure the parking attendants are aware of your handicap status. They will direct you to the handicap parking area.
Is there a shuttle available?
Several trams run throughout the day from the parking areas to the main gates. These trams do not run on a designated schedule. Please be sure to remember where you park.
Is shade available?
The Stuart Air Show is held under an open sky. Patrons are encouraged to plan accordingly with sunglasses, sunscreen and hats. Shade can be found in limited areas, but there is no designated "shaded area." Shade is provided with some of the upgraded air show experiences including the Beer Garden and Bombers Squadron. Please visit the Ticket Page for more info on available upgrades.
Where should I stay?
Can I bring a camper or RV into the air show?
Campers and RVs are not permitted on air show grounds. We suggest you contact Phipps Park - 2175 Southwest Locks Road, Stuart, FL (772) 287-6565 or Jonathan Dickinson State Park - 16450 S.E Federal Highway, Hobe Sound, FL 33455 (772) 546-2771.
Can I leave and re-enter the air show?
Yes, keep your ticket stubs. However, please realize that there is high-volume traffic, which may make it difficult to re-enter the show quickly.
How do I get to the Show?
What is NOT permitted at the Stuart Air Show?
The following items are NOT permitted at the Stuart Air Show:
- Inline Skates
- Pop-up tents
- List subject to change and items maybe added without notice based on public safety and security concerns. We thank you in advance for your understanding.
What happens if it rains?
Unless public safety is at risk the show will go on, rain or shine. However, some performers may decide not to perform based on the aircraft, conditions and/or public safety.
Is it true that the Stuart Air Show provides High School Scholarships?
Yes, the Stuart Air show bestows a scholarship to one JROTC Cadet from each of the public High Schools in Martin County and to one JROTC Cadet from St. Lucie West High School. Applications for 2017 scholarships will be available in September.