Saturday July 13 & Sunday July 14
Plan to arrive early to beat the crowd, check out the statics, family-fun activities, concessions and more.
The show schedule is the same on both days. Main performances begin at noon and wrap up around 4:30pm EST. The performer schedule can vary and is subject to change.
12:00pm Black Daggers Parachute Team
12:11pm F16 Fly By
12:19pm Rob Holland
12:28pm Kent Pietsch
12:41pm Shockwave Jet Truck
12:51pm P-51D Mustang “Quick Silver”
1:04pm F4U-4 Corsair “Korean War Hero”
1:23pm Legacy Flight
1:34pm Randy Ball MIG17, Dean Cutshall F100 & F16
1:50pm Jacquie B
2:02pm Kent Pietsch
2:15pm Tora, Tora, Tora!
2:38pm Rob Holland
2:52pm Shockwave Jet Truck Race
3:13pm Black Daggers Parachute Team
3:27pm Kent Pietsch
3:35pm Team Toledo F16s
Map & Directions
The 2019 Toledo Air Show will be held at:
Toledo Express Airport
11013 Airport Hwy
Swanton, OH 43558
General Admission Parking
Parking for the Toledo Air Show is FREE, easy—and there is plenty of it. There is one primary parking lot for general admission ticket holders.
*PLEASE NOTE: There is NO general admission parking at the Toledo Express Airport. The remote lot offers convenient shuttle bus service to and from the air show.
General Admission Parking (1)
General admission parking is FREE and located west of Toledo Express Airport off of State Route 20A (south of Airport Hwy). Spectators will be provided with free shuttle service between the general admission parking area and the air show entrances.
Handicap Parking (2)
Handicap parking will be provided at the main terminal lot at the Toledo Express Airport.
VIP Parking (3)
Attendees can purchase VIP Parking for an additional $20. The VIP parking lot is located within walking distance to the air show spectator entrances. Space is limited so purchase today!
Please read the following and understand what you CAN and CANNOT bring to the Toledo Air Show before you arrive.
Did You Know?
- All carry-in items and persons are subject to search
- All unattended bags and items will be removed from the premises
- Cameras may be used to monitor the facility
- No overnight RV parking is permitted
- We recommend you wear comfortable shoes, attending the show barefoot is not recommended
The Following Restrictions Apply
- No e-cigarettes
- No laser pointers
- No ladders or step stools
- No Heelys
- No UAVs or drones
- No loose ice
- No cans
- No glass
- No alcohol
- No pets
- No weapons of any kind
- No cooking equipment
- No bicycles (bicycle parking will be made available outside of the gates)
- No scooters (except for physically challenged persons)
- No skateboards
- No rollerblades or inline skates
- No large umbrellas
- No portable awnings or tents
- No food, drinks or coolers of any kind allowed through the gates
The Following Items Are Permitted
- Personal umbrellas
- Portable chairs/lawn chairs
- Cameras and video cameras
- Baby strollers
- Baby food
- Non-motorized wagons
For Your Convenience
To minimize imposition, it is recommended that Toledo Air Show patrons bring only necessary items on their person and limit the size and contents of carry-in items to those that are essential.
Toledo Air Show concession stands feature a wide variety of food and beverage options for your enjoyment and convenience. Air show will only permit the entry of small coolers carrying life-saving medicines or formula bottles for young infants. Thank you in advance for your cooperation!
Get answers to the Toledo Air Show most frequently asked questions.
If your question is military specific, please contact the 180th Public Affairs Office at 419-868-4072 or via email at email@example.com.
Is each ticket good for one day?
Yes, each ticket is only good for ONE day.
Are credit cards accepted at the gate?
Yes, you can purchase tickets at the gate using a Visa or MasterCard only. ATM machines are also located on the airport field during air show weekend. However, if you are planning to use a credit/debit card, we recommend you purchase your tickets online. Ticket lines may be long at the gate.
What can I bring to the Air Show?
All bags/carry-in items will be checked by security at the gate. Necessary items, in a small backpack or bag, such as medication, baby supplies/food, light clothing/blankets, sunscreen will be allowed.
If you have general admission tickets, please bring blankets and/or folding chairs as there are no seats provided. Reserve seating provides you a seat. Strollers are welcome in the general admission area and chalet areas. Strollers may be parked in designated areas at the back of the reserve seating area.
What is not allowed to be brought into the Air Show?
The Toledo Air Show is held on airport property and has strict safety procedures. To ensure your safety, please remember the following items are not allowed through the air show gates:
- Guns, knives or weapons of any kind
- Leatherman-type multi-tools
Other items not permitted include:
- Tents/pop-up canopies
- Large umbrellas
- Bicycles (bike parking is available)
- Coolers/large backpacks
- Food and/or beverages – unless medically necessary (baby formula/food is allowed)
- Glass containers of any kind
- No pets of any kind are allowed. Only service animals are allowed. No exceptions.
Can you direct me to a place to stay during the weekend?
Please visit VisitToledo.org to learn more about where to stay in Toledo and northwest Ohio.
Is smoking allowed at the Air Show?
Yes, but for safety reasons smoking is allowed in designated areas only. These areas will be clearly identified.
Is there any shade?
General admission seating ticket holders will be under open sky. Patrons are encouraged to plan accordingly and bring plenty of sunscreen. The Flightline Club or Bombers Tent offers covered areas.
What happens if there is inclement weather?
The air show happens rain or shine. No refunds or exchanges.
I am a veteran. Do I get in free to the air show?
Members of the military in uniform receive free general admission to the air show. Active and retired military, military dependents, and first responders with proper I.D. are admitted for $20 in advance online and $30 at the gate.
What time does the show end?
The performer schedule varies each day and is subject to change. Gates open at 9 a.m. and close at 5 p.m. The air show recommends arriving early enough to account for traffic, detours, road closures and parking which may cause you to miss the show if you do not plan accordingly.