Alliance Air Productions announced that the 30th anniversary of the “Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show” will be a different experience as the public will be able to enjoy it from their cars.
The show is scheduled for October 17 and 18 at Fort Worth Alliance Airport and will feature the participation of the US Air Force Thunderbirds.
A limited number of parking tickets will be available for purchase on a first-come, first-served basis in mid-September at AllianceAirShow.com AND no on-site parking tickets will be sold.
Alliance Air Productions said additional social distancing standards and safety protocols will be implemented at the event.
Vehicles will be separated to promote social distancing. The parking space next to each vehicle will be left open for guests to feel safe while experiencing the US Air Force Thunderbirds.
According to Alliance Air Productions, the drive-in experience will not include static displays, displays, inflatables for children, or paid seating areas. Follow this link for more information.
All guests must wear masks during the event, and there will be restrooms and hand washing stations available on site. Grills, pop-up tents, caravans, trailers, and no smoking will be allowed at the show.
The Bell Fort Worth Alliance Air Show ranked first among the “Best Air Shows” in the 2020 USA TODAY 10 Best Readers’ Choice Awards, Alliance Air Productions said.
More than $ 760,000 in event proceeds have been distributed to more than 70 nonprofits since 2006. This year’s proceeds will also be distributed to local nonprofits.
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