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All details regarding the different seating options are located on the ticketing page.
Yes, parking passes are required at the show. You can purchase your pass on our ticketing page.
Parking passes need to be purchased with your ticket. Vehicles arriving without a parking pass will not be permitted to park.
Tickets CANNOT be purchased at the gate. All tickets must be purchased online. Visit the ticketing page to view pricing.
Yes, there is a photo pass ticket add-on. This will allow you to have early access to the show before gates open for a photo tour of the aircraft. An admission ticket must be purchased in addition to this add-on. To purchase a photo pass, please visit the ticketing page.
Planning to Attend the Show
If your parking pass was misplaced or you purchased your tickets after Thursday, October 19, and you did not pick up your parking pass at Golden-Burke Scout Center, you must pick up your parking pass at will call. Please know the name the tickets were purchased under or have your confirmation email to show the will-call attendants. Will-call is onsite at the Crossroads Air Show, past the Buck Creek Township Fire Station. Please stay in your car; parking attendants will approach your vehicle to assist you.
ll parking will be located at the Progressive Logistics Parking Lot | 4268 W 300 N, Greenfield, IN 46140.
Yes, the shuttle service will run continuously from 8:30 a.m. – 12 p.m. After 12 p.m. the shuttle will run every 30 minutes. At the conclusion of show, the shuttle will run until 6 p.m.
Parking lots open at 7:30 a.m. Gates open at 9:00 a.m. and close at 5:00 p.m. There will be some flying in the morning, but the heaviest concentration of flying will occur from 12 p.m. until 4 p.m.
If your parking pass was misplaced or you purchased your tickets after Thursday, October 19, you must pick up their parking pass at will call. Please know the name the tickets were purchased under or have your confirmation email to show the will-call attendants. Will-call is located onsite at the Crossroads Air Show. All parking for the event will be directed off of Mt Comfort Road, which will be located on the southside of Airport Blvd. just past the Buck Creek Fire Station. Attendees will stay in their cars, and parking attendants will distribute parking passes to attendees. Attendants will be ready to distribute parking passes and direct attendees to their parking spots.
The show will go on rain or shine. Air Show officials will monitor the weather and adjust the schedule as needed in order to ensure safety of performers and guests.
- Small handheld umbrellas
- Comfortable walking shoes
- Folding chair or blanket
- Baby Food
- Ear protection
- Portable phone chargers
- Cash or credit cards to make purchases at concessions
- Weapons of any kind (Knives, guns, explosives, tasers, stun guns, etc.)
- Food and drink (unless medically necessary)
- Pets (certified service animals are allowed)
- Skateboards, skates, bicycles
- Scooters (unless needed to aid mobility)
- Portable awnings/tents/large umbrellas
- Cooking equipment
- Vaping devices
- Illegal drugs
- Laser pointers
- Ladders or step stools
- UAVs or drones
- Large umbrellas (including beach umbrellas, umbrellas that require assembly and any that are not a personal umbrella)
- Games (throwing football, playing cornhole, etc.)
- Open flames
- Outside alcohol
No, outside food and beverage will not be permitted. There will be a variety of food concessions on the grounds to serve guests throughout the day. The ONLY exception is for medical reasons.
Yes, empty water bottles are permitted and there will be water stations available (non-chilled) for refills.
Yes, strollers and wagons are permitted.
A limited amount of handicapped parking is available near the show entrance on hard surfaces. Handicap parking requires the purchase of a parking permit and a handicap placard or plate. Handicap parking is available for purchase until all spaces are sold. The grounds of the air show are overwhelmingly grass. While limited, access from the handicapped lot to the crowd line on a hard surface is available. All premium seating is on the grass. There will be handicapped washrooms available.
No, chairs are not permitted in premium seating areas. Seating is provided for those in premium seating areas.
Yes, performers will be the same for both days.
No, pets and emotional support animals are not permitted to the air show. Certified service animals will be allowed to enter, but it is not recommended to bring animals of any kind.
Concessions will accept credit cards and cash.
Hearing protection should be considered and is advised for children. Guest are responsible for providing their own hearing protection. Ear plugs and muffs may be available from air show concessionaires for purchase.
At the Show
There will be a wide variety of food vendors at the show.
Gates open and 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. There will be some flying in the morning, with the heaviest concentration of flying occurring between 12 p.m. and 4 p.m. The show does not release specific times for each performer because they can change. Each day’s shows will be largely the same, and the U.S. Navy Blue Angels will be scheduled to fly both days.
No, guests visiting the air show CANNOT tailgate.
Yes, lost and found times can be recovered at the guest services station.
There are a variety of planes on display and extra activities for everyone to enjoy. Please check out the “featured acts” tab of the website to see the specific aircraft and exhibits.
Yes. Guests will have wristbands to allow them to go to their car. But is not recommended to leave the airport before the conclusion of the show.
While this is not guaranteed, the U.S. Navy Blue Angels ordinarily gather along the general admission crowd line to sign autographs and take photos approximately 10-15 minutes after they land from a demonstration.
It is very likely, yes. Unlike many other forms of sport and entertainment, pilots are usually very accessible at air shows. Pilots and crews of static displays will often be at their aircraft to answer questions and take photos. Pilots who are performing often walk the crowd line and will occasionally pop into seating areas for autographs and photos.