A New Way to Experience an Air Show!

The Atlanta Motor Speedway will become the world’s first “Aerial Stadium” as the Atlanta Air Show takes flight overhead on October 14-15, 2017!  The biggest question has been “So what will it be like?”  When you go to a sporting event at a stadium or a race at the speedway you look down to see... View Article


The Atlanta Motor Speedway will become the world’s first “Aerial Stadium” as the Atlanta Air Show takes flight overhead on October 14-15, 2017!  The biggest question has been “So what will it be like?”  When you go to a sporting event at a stadium or a race at the speedway you look down to see the event.  At the Atlanta Air Show you just look up!

The Atlanta Air Show will offer comforts and convenience that you won’t find at any other air show in the nation.  From ample shade in the concourse area, to real restroom facilities, food and beverage stands and places to sit down and eat, the event will offer an exceptional spectator experience.

Best of all, the Atlanta Motor Speedway provides all this with no compromise of the aviation experience you’d have at a traditional airport venue.  With Henry County Airport located just across the street, many of the aircraft performing in the show will take off and land just behind the grandstands.  Static display aircraft will be flown into the airport and towed over to the speedway parking lot, transforming it into an airport ramp!

The Atlanta Air Show has three ticket options available, Flight Line Club VIP, Preferred Seating or Grandstand Seating and Parking is FREE!  Tickets are currently available at a special advance rate of 40% off the day-of-event price so get yours now and experience an air show like never before!

 


  1. jason says:

    what time does the air show end? are there discounts for kids tickets in the preferred section? how do i get tickets for posting posters

    • ATL Air Show says:

      Flight Performances are from 12 noon – 4pm approximately. We only have one price for tickets to the Preferred Seating area. The poster opportunity ended about a month ago.

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