Pacific Airshow: What to Know, Before You Go

September 26, 2022

Pacific Airshow Huntington Beach promises thrilling action in the sky and large crowds on the shore (September 30 – October 2). Show organizers are recommending anyone planning to attend the event keep a few things in mind to ensure the best experience possible. Those at home can stream LIVE Pacific Airshow coverage on Hulu on October 1, beginning at 11 a.m. 

Savvy show visitors can:

  • Download the Pacific Airshow App for event updates and daily schedules
  • Performer schedule presented by Boeing
  • Make a day of it by arriving early and staying late with flying beginning around 10:30 a.m. daily
  • Utilize Uber, Lyft, Shuttles or Bikes to avoid traffic and parking 
  • Huntington Beach Police Department will ticket or tow illegally parked vehicles
  • Stay hydrated by drinking plenty of water and remember, snacks are critical for a great day 
  • Bring your own or plan to purchase from Huntington Beach street vendors or food trucks along the bike path
  • Remember, sunscreen, hats, and umbrellas provide great protection
  • Bring earplugs for children and noise-sensitive adults - its going to be loud
  • Leave drones at home - Pacific Airshow is a No Drone Zone
  • Bring cameras and binoculars
  • Arrive early to secure limited ADA pier seating

Purchase tickets to secure the best seats in the house

General Admission ($25) - Water’s edge views in the heart of the show center provide audio commentary highlighting each performance, access to clean restrooms, cash bars, and more! 

Pier Seating ($60) - Experience the Airshow at its most intense with an unreserved seat on the iconic Huntington Beach Pier (cash bar available)

Premiere Club ($299)- Offers an unforgettable view of exciting aerobatic performances in the comfort of a tented pavilion with all-day-hosted beer, wine, and food!

For more information including the complete list of performers, ticket information, parking, and other details, please visit pacificairshow.com

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