Preferred Seating

Experienced air show spectators will elevate their view, select their own reserved seat and watch the jets soar over the Atlanta Motor Speedway from Preferred Seating. Preferred Seating is positioned just below the Flight Line Skybox and closest to the “Aerial 50 yard line” offering a prime Southeast view of the entry flight path into... View Article


Experienced air show spectators will elevate their view, select their own reserved seat and watch the jets soar over the Atlanta Motor Speedway from Preferred Seating. Preferred Seating is positioned just below the Flight Line Skybox and closest to the “Aerial 50 yard line” offering a prime Southeast view of the entry flight path into the aerobatic box.

2019 Intro Price of $30 per day

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NEW FOR 2019!  Children’s Ticket Now Available!

Children (ages 3-12) are $24 (2 and under free)

 

Preferred seating offers a hassle-free premium viewing experience with an elevated view, reserved seating and a private concourse area.  When you want to take a break from the action you’ll get to avoid the lines with food, beverage and merchandise stands exclusive to Preferred Seating guests.


  1. Desiree Francis says:

    I would like to attend the air show with my two year old son, Andrew, on Saturday, October 13.
    This will be the first time for us both.
    How loud does it get during the program?
    Do either of us need to wear air plugs?
    Are there play areas/ or specific child-friendly zones to utilize prior to the main air show?
    Are two-year olds allowed to view/touch planes or meet the pilots and other performers?

    Also, I read that coolers and outside food are prohibited.
    However, is there an exception for toddlers?
    May I bring in milk for my son, or does the consessions sell it?

    • ATL Air Show says:

      Hi Desiree – you will likely want to bring headphones for your son. The jet fighters are quite loud, and we don’t want our youngest guests startled! There are not any specific kid-activity areas. We will have a couple helicopters that guests can get up close to, but the primary portion of our show is aerial because this show is done at the speedway (so no runway to land the planes). Coolers and outside food are prohibited, but we do make an exception for nursing mothers or formula. The vendors should be able to assist you with getting milk for your son.

  2. Jorge says:

    Are there reserved seats available that are handicapped accessible, per the ADA? General Admission/First Come-First Served is NOT the same.

  3. Jon says:

    I bought a ticket for the Sunday show. I am coming with my 5yr old son. It says ages under six do not need a ticket. Do I need anything for him to get in, like a ticket or anything?

  4. Jim Harvey says:

    Are we going to be able to exit the camp grounds and re-enter Friday evening? Have to pick the wife up after work.
    Also, are we able to cook out at our campers?

  5. M. Dawood says:

    I bought seats for the airshow in the top row and now im concerned if the view will be hindered by the shade on upper seats. Should i be concerned?

  6. barf_jay says:

    as far as preferred seating. Is it best to get lower or upper rows for someone who can’t walk a ton of stairs? Not wheelchair bound but just need limited walking up and down stairs if possible. Thank you.

    • ATL Air Show says:

      You should have received email tickets. If you did not receive the printable tickets in your email, please call the box office at 888-302-5444.

    • ATL Air Show says:

      Hi Gina, yes, we have both handicap parking and seating available. We’ll also have golf carts to help our guests get to the admissions Gate 12. You can see the map of the venue and where the handicap parking is on our site map page.

      • Jorge says:

        To expand on Gina’s question – I see the handicapped parking on the map – where is handicapped seating located? I have a mobility scooter, is that allowed? If so, are there accessible seats with no stairs, and could my family (3 of us total) sit together? Are reserved seat tickets required for that?

        • ATL Air Show says:

          Hi Jorge – yes, mobility scooters are just fine – there are elevators and ramps into the seating area. There are handicap seating areas throughout the grandstand seating area just beyond the ramps up into the stadium, so you and your family can absolutely grab some seats together. It is first-come, first-serve, however, because there’s no way to reserve seats in the general admission area, so you’ll want to arrive decently early before the show. However, there is plenty of seating, so you should be just fine.

  7. Craig says:

    Best venue ever for an airshow!! Sure beats a small airport that can’t handle the crowds. Parking, facilities, seating, everything was great!! I enjoyed the 2017 show and I am looking forward to the 2018 show.

  8. Veronica Lopez says:

    Had a beautiful time yesterday!!! Can’t wait to go to my next!!! Thank you ATLANTA Motor Speedway speedway for this opportunity!!a great time was had by all

  9. ATL Air Show says:

    No sir. Tailgating and or loitering in the parking lot is strictly prohibited due to security regulations of the track and local law enforcement. PD will be roaming the parking lots for this specific purpose.

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