Drop Zone Beach

Experienced spectators get away from the crowd and enjoy the Fort Lauderdale Air Show in the Drop Zone Beach at Show Center. Join them in the full experience of sight and sound at the ‘aerial 50 yard line’ and hear all the details of what you’re seeing with concert quality sound and a professional narration... View Article


Experienced spectators get away from the crowd and enjoy the Fort Lauderdale Air Show in the Drop Zone Beach at Show Center. Join them in the full experience of sight and sound at the ‘aerial 50 yard line’ and hear all the details of what you’re seeing with concert quality sound and a professional narration broadcast!

Tickets go on sale to the public on November 10, 2019

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The Drop Zone Beach features everything you need for a hassle-free and memorable viewing experience. Portable restrooms steps of-the-beach and reserved just for the use of ticket holders. Food & beverage including beer and wine are also available for purchase in the Drop Zone Beach so you never have to leave the action and miss out on the aviation spectacle going on in front of you. You receive a complimentary program guide so you can read about all the aircraft performing in the Fort Lauderdale Air Show.

 


  1. Bill says:

    The past 3 years of shows have been fantastic, but this year was especially awesome!! I really enjoyed seeing Mike Wiskus perform twice and I really hope he returns in 2020!! The Miami Air & Sea Show, which also featured the Blue Angels this year was fun, but the pace was much slower. Being on the 50 yard line at Drop Zone Beach is the way to go!

  2. Joanna Clark says:

    My family attended the show on Saturday. We had a great time enjoying all of the aircrafts. One concern though. We saw many carts riding up and down A1A (??). None appeared to be available for elderly or handicapped folks. My parents are 67 and 71 years old. My father has difficulty walking. Having tickets in the drop zone, it required us to walk 1 miles each way. This was a difficult task for my father. Is it possible to have designated shuttles/carts for the elderly/handicapped? We planned ahead, and we reserved a room at the GalleryOne, so our walk was pretty much the minimum, even at a mile.

    • FL Air Show says:

      Unfortunately, for various regulatory reasons, we can’t run golf carts from the general parking to the beach – the only golf carts are those that run from the VIP parking area to the Flight Line Club on the portion of A1A that is closed off to traffic.

  3. Janice H. says:

    My husband and I really loved the show. Parked at the Galleria and was able to get a cart ride to site. Thought we could get one after show but that didn’t happen. Much longer walk back with crowds. We are in our early 60s and wasn’t sure we could even make it back. Next year we will have to have a better plan. We hadDrop ZoneTickets. It was worth being able to hear everything that was going on. Just a suggestion to your older audience to make a plan ahead of time for transportation. My husbands leg gave out on him and he experienced a fall. Nothing serious thankfully.

    • FL Air Show says:

      Glad your husband was okay – thank you so much for the feedback, as it allows us to continue to improve the guest experience in the future.

  4. Ocean says:

    It is a great show to have in our city and hopefully the money goes to a good cause. I would suggest to keep your comments on how to improve the logistics than to give the wrong impression to other viewers. If you go…clean after yourself, take your plastics back home! Be human!

    • FL Air Show says:

      Thanks for your nice comments! Yes, the revenue from the show supports the local economy, both through tourism and through the reservations that we utilize at the local airports, the local beaches, and working with our local government. We’re proud to get to bring this show to the Fort Lauderdale community, and 95% of guests agree! However, we are always happy to listen to constructive criticism.

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