Pursue our Frequently Asked Questions and learn more about the St. Cloud Air Show!
We are happy to have you, your friends and your family as our guests here at the St. Cloud Air Show.We will do everything to ensure that your Air Show experience is safe and enjoyable. Every effort will be made to minimize delays in entering and leaving the Air Show.
We ask for your cooperation in keeping potentially dangerous items safely outside the flight line gates. At the entry points to the air show flight line, ALL bags will be quickly inspected and all individuals are subject to search prior to entering the air show flight line.
To speed up the process, there will be checkpoints at all three flight line entrances four additional checkpoints throughout the air station to alleviate wait times. Large bags, large backpacks, large ice chests and coolers will not be permitted. It is recommended that spectators minimize the number and size of permitted items to reduce the inspection time prior to access into the flight line area.
There will be two entrance lines at each gate. One will be for people carrying bags, or other items to be inspected. Please note that this security policy applies to all military and civilian personnel, and is currently in effect 365 days a year.
• Unattended bags and packages will be removed from the premises
• Sun protection, including hat, long-sleeved shirts and long pants and sun screen are
• Water will be available for sale throughout the Air Show area
What are recommended items to bring to the Air Show?
Foldable lawn chairs, small bags, camera equipment, strollers, small diaper bags, suntan lotion, sun glasses, 1 bottle of water/water bottle per person, ear plugs, binoculars, blankets, handheld umbrellas, pre-approved personal mobility vehicles, iPods, and personal radios.
What items are prhibited from being brought ino the Air Show?
The following items are prohibited from the Air Show grounds: coolers or food, large duffel bags/backpacks, boom boxes, cans, glass, alcohol, pets (except certified service animals), weapons of any kind, inflatables, tents, awnings or large umbrellas, cooking equipment, banners or signs, items which compromises safety, golf cars or personal scooters, skateboards, roller skates or bicycles.
Is smoking allowed?
Smoking is not permitted near aircraft or in hangars, including the Air Show Expo and static display area.
What should I wear?
Wear comfortable footgear; the flight line is paved and you may walk long distances.