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  • WHAT TIME DOES THE SHOW START?
    Show starts approximately 90-120 minutes after the gate opens. This is subject to change for many reasons. Get to the show early for the best seats and to enjoy our Displays. The show will end at approximately 9:30 PM on Friday and Saturday and approximately 5:00 PM on Sunday.
  • WHAT IS DIFFERENT FOR EACH SHOW?
    The show will not be exactly the same each day but will include some of the same acts. A Twilight Show is a wonderful mix of a traditional airshow, Sunset and Dark. You start with amazing airshow acts during afternoon light moving to a Blend of the sunset with amazing air performances. The show will continue right past sunset featuring lit planes and continuing arial performances. Many performers have developed a specific routine for evening shows to showcase the elegance of flight in the late evening sky. Some performers have lights on the aircraft to make them easier to track in the darkening skies. ​ Twilight shows are just as amazing as traditional airshows with an added twist of lights, cooler weather and amazing skies. The traditional Airshow on Sunday will also be amazing. Pick what you would like or come multiple days. General Admission tickets can be used any one day.
  • IS THERE A SCHEDULE OF EVENTS?
    We list our acts, but cannot give a specific schedule since schedules are finalized much closer to the air show. Schedule depends on availability and various conditions. *All acts are subject to change/cancellation without notice. Currently scheduled acts include US Air Force F16, US Marine Corps Osprey Demo Team, Titan Aerobatic Team, Stephen Covington Airshows, Ghostwriter Airshows, T28 Trojan Demo, US Coast Guard, Franklins Flying Circus, P51 Charlotte's Chariot, Kimmel Corsair, Jeremy Holt Pegasus Pitts with more to come!
  • WHAT IF THERE IS BAD WEATHER?
    Unless the weather is severe, we will fly as much of the show as is safe and possible. In the event that all 3 days of the show are canceled, your ticket price will be considered a tax-deductible contribution to an IRC 501(C)(3) organization. Due to FAA permit restrictions and performer commitments, it is not possible to reschedule the air show for another weekend.
  • WHEN DO THE GATES OPEN?
    Friday and Saturday Twilight show gates open at 3:00PM. Static displays, vendors and exhibits will open at 3:00 PM Sunday show gates open at 11:00AM. Static displays, vendors and exhibits will open at 11:00 AM. We suggest arriving in plenty of time before the performances are scheduled to begin.
  • CAN I BRING A STROLLER OR WAGON?
    Yes, strollers or small wagons are allowed. Please limit any diaper bags to the smallest you can manage. All items will be searched by security personnel at the gates and will have final say on what is allowed.
  • WHAT IS NOT ALLOWED AT THE SHOW?
    The following items are NOT allowed: Backpacks Coolers Alcohol Cans Glass containers Pets Weapons of any kind Narcotics and paraphernalia Roller blades or skates Skateboards Tents or Canopies Outside food and drink Other Items as determined at entry by security
  • LOOK - DONT TOUCH
    Be careful when you are near airplanes or other displays. Equipment can be easily damaged. Do not touch exhibited items unless you have permission from the pilot or owner. Keep your children close and let them know they should not touch anything. No smoking is allowed on the field.
  • CAN I BRING A SUN UMBRELLA?
    You may bring a small umbrella, but please be courteous to those around you. You are not allwed to bring a canopy or tent. We ask that the umbrellas are closed during the performances.
  • CAN I BRING A SCOOTER/WHEELCHAIR OR WAGON?
    Motorized scooters and wheelchairs for disabled patrons are allowed inside the air show gates. Personal golf carts are not allowed. Please be aware that the crowds may be heavy, maneuvering may be difficult, and that there is no place at the show to plug in and recharge. Wagons are allowed to bring in items but are subject to search.
  • WILL THERE BE ANY SHADE?
    The air show is held under an open sky. You are encouraged to bring hats, sunglasses, small umbrellas, and sunscreen. No tents or canopies are allowed. VIP tickets offer shaded areas with VIP Ticket Purchase.
  • ARE CAMERAS ALLOWED?
    Yes, cameras for personal use are allowed. Camera bags will be checked by the gate security upon entry. Remember that the air show performance and many performers' acts are copyrights, and your photography or video cannot be used for commercial purposes.
  • WHY THE RESTRICTION ON BAGS, COOLERS AND OTHER PROHIBITED ITEMS?
    The FAA and Department of Homeland Security have required us to enforce these rules for your safety. You will be on airport grounds. This is a rule common to all airports, major air shows, and events in the U.S.
  • DO I NEED HEARING PROTECTION?
    The air show strongly encourages you to bring and use proper hearing protection such as quality ear plugs, especially for children. The noise from the jet engines and pyrotechnic explosions may be painful or harmful for some.
  • ARE PETS ALLOWED?
    Pets are not allowed in the air show area and should not be left in vehicles. Because of the festival setting with food and drink vendors, the Health Department prohibits animals, other than legally allowed guide and service animals. Please also understand that temperatures on the tarmac area can easily reach in excess of 120 degrees and will burn a pet's feet. Plus, the loud noises and explosions can injure their sensitive hearing and/or frighten the animals. Please plan for these conditions with approved service animals.
  • CAN I BRING MY OWN FOOD OR COOLER?
    Outside food and drinks are not allowed. There will be plenty of food vendors available on airshow grounds.
  • WHAT SHOULD I BRING OR WEAR?
    You are welcome to bring the following items: Clear Bags Only Comfortable shoes with closed toes are recommended Sunscreen Comfortable clothing for a sunny day Ear protection (ear plugs, etc) Sunglasses Your camera (minus the bulky camera bag) Something to sit on (blanket, lawn chair, stroller/wagon for the kiddos) Money for the food/drink/souvenir vendors Small, personal umbrellas are allowed A great attitude and a love for all things aviation related!
  • CAN I DROP OFF OR PICK UP AT ENTRANCE?
    Handicap Parking is directly across from the entrance gate. Shuttles will be provided from all other parking lots. Handicap Parking will be by Permit only. Follow the signs and authorities from Kansas Lane down Central Avenue.
  • HOW MUCH IS PARKING?
    General parking is included in your ticket price. Please be prepared to walk from your vehicle to the Airshow area or find the nearest Bus Stop for Shuttle Service.
  • WHERE DO YOU PARK?
    ONCE YOU HAVE TURNED ON TO KANSAS AVENUE YOU WILL TURN ON TO CONSTRUCTION AVENUE. FOLLOW PARKING SIGNS AND FIRST RESPONDERS FROM HERE. ONCE PARKED FIND A SIGN LABELED BUS STOP AND THE AMAZING DRIVERS WILL DELIVER YOU DIRECTLY TO THE GATE. IF YOU HAVE A VALID HANDICAP PLATE OR PLACARD YOU WILL TURN ON CENTRAL AVENUE AND FOLLOW SIGNS AND FIRST REPOSNDERS TO THE HANDICAP PARKING AREA. ONCE PARKED THE GATE WILL BE DIRECTLY ACROSS THE STREET.
  • HOW DO I GET FROM MY VEHICLE TO THE SHOW?
    Shuttles courtesy of the City of Monroe will be provided on an air-conditioned bus. These shuttles will run from each parking lot to the Entry Gate. Shuttles will also deliver from the show back to the parking areas on a schedule or at full capacity. Parking will be directed by local police. Please follow the signs and instructions by the authorities.
  • HOW DO I GET MY TICKETS WHEN BUYING ONLINE?
    Tickets purchased online will go to your email address on file. Tickets bought online should be downloaded and printed to bring to the gate. You are welcome to also use the digital ticket that is emailed to you. Please note that ticket fees are not refundable even if the event cancels.
  • CAN I LEAVE THE SHOW AND COME BACK IN?
    Re-entry will be allowed by stamp only but is not recommended. Shuttles may not be available during show times. Prior day stamp will not be honored for another day.
  • HOW DO I BUY TICKETS?
    YOU MAY BUY TICKETS AT THE CHENNAULT MUSEUM 701 KANSAS LANE MONROE, LA OR SOUTHERN HERITAGE AIR FOUNDATION 175 VTR AIRPORT RAOD TALLULAH, LA. THE ONLY PLACE ONLINE TO BUY YOUR TICKETS IS THIS PAGE. TICKETS BOUGHT ANYWHERE ELSE WILL NOT BE HONORED. www.redwhiteandblueairshow.com/event-details/rwbatickets
  • ARE CHILDREN FREE?
    Youth Ticket prices are good for ages 4-16 only and only apply for General Admission Tickets. Three (3) and under are admitted to General Admission areas for free!
  • WHAT TYPE OF TICKETS ARE AVAILABLE?
    General Admission 1-day tickets are available and good for use 1 time on the day of your choice. You must bring your own chair. Discounts available for children and military for this ticket type. No admission fee for 3 and under. Preferred Seating options with no shade but include a chair, 2 drink coupons and prime viewing location. VIP options with shade, chair, prime viewing location and 5 drink coupons tickets are available in very limited capacity for each show day. All who are entered into this area will need a ticket. There are NO discounts for youth, military or under 4 years of age in the Preferred and VIP areas. Buses will be provided from parking areas for all ticket types.
  • CAN WE WATCH THE SHOW FROM THE PARKING LOT?
    No. Even if you have purchased tickets, you must leave your vehicle and view the show from inside the air show gates. This rule is due to FAA safety regulations involving the performance area.
  • IS THERE A MILITARY / FIRST RESPONDER DISCOUNT?
    Military and First Responder discounts are available for General Admission Tickets only. You will be required to show proof for this discount at the gate. For example, Military ID, DD214, License with Veteran Status printed, Badge. LIMIT 2 TICKETS WITH ACCEPTED ID.
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