There are several ticket packages. Please refer to our Ticket page for a complete list of options.
Yes, each ticket is only good for ONE day only.
We do not offer weekend passes. You will need to purchase two single-day tickets.

We strongly urge you to bring cash. We  have multiple ATMs that accept credit cards for cash purposes. Most vendors inside the Duluth Airshow do NOT accept credit cards. ATMs are available at the gate and on the air show grounds.

Click here to review the parking options and rates for the Duluth Airshow.

The gates open each day at 9:00 a.m. and close at 6:00 p.m.

The flying schedule is set each morning during the performer briefing. Typically flying would begin around 11:00 a.m. each day.

Click here to review the parking options and rates for the Duluth Airshow. Shuttle Service is only offered from the Arrowpointe Medical Center (formerly United Health Care lot).
Click here to review the parking options and rates for the Duluth Airshow.

NO COOLERS OF ANY KIND ARE PERMITTED. We have more than 75 Food and Beverage Vendors who offer a full assortment of foods and drinks. No outside food or beverage allowed. You are allowed to bring in a personal sized water bottle/container under 20 oz.

Yes, empty water bottles are permitted and there is a single (non chilled) water station near the medical area. Bottles must be under 20 oz.

Yes, but you will need to have your ticket scanned at one of the gates upon leaving. Failure to have your ticket scanned on your way out will result in no re-admission.
Yes. Military discounts will be applied to tickets sold on the day of the show with proper military identification at the main ticket gate.

Media credentials will only be extended to media on assignment. Media Credentials requests must be submitted in advance of the Duluth Airshow on station letterhead.

These requests should be emailed to to:
Jodi Grayson
Media/Public Relations Director

Yes. Your chalet pass allows you access into the Airshow and entry into our exclusive Presidential Chalet area.
No. However, we do have a limited amount of Reserved Flightline Seats that are available for purchase. Please visit our ticket page to view seating and ticket options.
Yes, there will be concession booths where food and gifts can be purchased. Many of the concessions will be staffed by local charities who greatly appreciate your support.
General Admission ticket holders will be under an open sky. Patrons are encouraged to plan accordingly and bring plenty of sunscreen. Presidential Chalet & Corporate Chalet ticket holders will have the option of sitting in a shaded area.
The Duluth Air & Aviation Expo is both a flying event and ground expo. Aviation performances are subject to weather conditions beyond our control however the ground displays and expo portion go on rain or shine. No refunds or rain checks will be issued due to weather conditions.

Pets are not allowed. The Duluth Airshow follows ADA Guidelines regarding service animals. The ADA defines service animals as dogs who are individually trained to do work or perform tasks for people with disabilities. The specific work or task a dog has been trained to provide must be directly related to a person’s disability. Dogs whose sole function is to provide comfort or emotional support do NOT qualify as service animals according to the ADA. Therefore, emotional support animals are not permitted on the Duluth Airshow grounds or in any Duluth Airshow or Duluth Airport facilities. Service animals must remain on a leash or in a harness and under the control of the owner at all times. Two questions may be asked of the owner of a service animal (1. is the service animal required because of a disability? and 2. What work or task has the animal been trained to perform?). Please plan accordingly.

Yes. We want you to capture all of your Duluth Airshow memories! Camera bags are subject to security screening upon entry to the Duluth Airshow.

Yes! We do schedule autograph/selfie times in our main education hangar each day of the show. A schedule is posted by the stage area in the hangar.

Please visit our Duluth Airshow accommodations page to learn more.
Only our partner hotels are allowed past our security checkpoints to drop off guests at the gate. Please contact one of our official hotels here on our accommodations page and ask if they offer shuttle service.

Duluth and St. Louis County are rich in history and culture. There is plenty of shopping, restaurants, and activities for the entire family.

Tents and Canopies are NOT allowed to be set up on the grounds of the Duluth Airshow due to safety concerns. In the event of rain we recommend ponchos as Umbrellas are also not allowed to be used during the show.