The gates are open from 9:30 a.m. - 5 p.m.
The performances begin at 11 a.m.
No schedule is posted as it is subject to change based on weather and cloud coverage at the time. We plan on having all acts perform unless otherwise broadcasted. See who will be there: click here.
Yes. Lawn chairs, camp chairs, and blankets are allowed. Lounge chairs are not permitted. Keep in mind that everything is subject to search.
The Blue Angels will be performing their amazing demonstration both days, weather permitting. No time schedule is posted as it is subject to weather and cloud coverage.
No. Admission and parking are FREE and open to the public.
Yes. You may bring cameras and video recorders into the show. Keep in mind that everything is subject to be searched.
No. Coolers are not permitted inside the Airshow gates.
Sorry, there are no pets allowed (with the exception of service animals.)
A static display is an aircraft that is on display inside the spectator area. It is not an aircraft that will perform in the show but it will be available to view and take pictures.
There are limited areas of shade available throughout the flight line, and you can also take a walk through one of our larger static displays to get a break from the sun. Hats are recommended as umbrellas are not allowed.
Absolutely NO food can be brought into the show.
If you have a food allergy or other medical condition that requires you to bring your own food, please provide documentation to show at the entrance gates.
Yes. You can leave and return as much as needed.
No. We do not have bleacher seating available at the show. Collapsable chairs are recommended.
In the event of rain, some flying demonstrations may be delayed or postponed. However, unless the weather poses a serious threat to the safety of the visitors and participants, the show will proceed as scheduled with some modifications.
Small purses or fanny packs
Cameras and/or camcorders in “small” camera bags
Baby strollers or wagons
Small lawn chairs or camp chairs (no lounge chairs)
Wheelchairs, canes, guide/working dogs to assist disabled individuals
Empty 24oz water bottles (can be filled at our hydration stations)
Weapons (including but not limited to knives, tools, firearms, explosives, bio/radiological substances)
Narcotics and Paraphernalia
All Weapons regardless of permits to include: Guns (real or toy), knives, mutli-tools, pepper spray, stun-guns and anything deemed dangerous. Human Transportation Devices to include: Skate boards, roller blades, go carts, golf carts, Segways, hover boards, Heelys, and bicycles. This excludes medical transportation devices.
ALL Food items to include: coolers (unless needed for baby food/formula or lifesaving medicine), alcoholic beverages, glass containers, Camelbacks/ hydration packs, outside food (excluding baby food or food approved for medical reasons).
Other prohibited items: back packs, duffle bags or other large bags, fireworks, flammable liquids, laser pointers, tents, awnings, cabanas, large umbrellas, ALL REMOTE CONTROLED DEVICES and illegal narcotics and paraphernalia. Pets other than service animals are not allowed.
No. Only clear empty bottles that can hold up to 24 ounces will be allowed into the area to be filled at our hydration stations.
No aircraft, including any drone (UAS), may be operated within five nautical miles of the Lincoln Airport during the Guardians of Freedom Airshow. The specific restricted time periods are shown in the temporary flight restriction (TFR) NOTAM shown below.
Cigarettes and e-Cigarettes are allowed inside the airshow, but are to be used in the designated smoking area only.
In the event of a weather emergency, public will be asked to evacuate the main show area and shelter in their vehicle until the area is cleared and safe for departure.
Vist the website, Facebook, Twitter, and the Airshow App for the most up-to-date information.
To keep the airbase clean for use, no paper airshow maps are provided. Alternatively you can download a map of the airshow on our website, view it on the Airshow App, or visit one of the several information stations that will have maps and volunteers to help direct you.
No radio broadcasts of the airshow have been scheduled at this time.
For parking information, refer to the Airshow App or the map for download available on our website. There will be a handicap parking area close to the gates. All parking is completely free.
Guests are invited to sit almost anywhere in the park to watch the show, but seats along the flight line are on a first-come first-serve basis. All admission is free, there is no VIP or preferred seating for sale to the general public.
The airshow marks reserves special seating areas for sponsors, staff, and family of the performers.