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2012 Cocoa Beach Air Show Starts Today


UPDATE:
2012 Cocoa Beach Air Show Delayed Until Noon

COCOA BEACH, Florida — The 2012 Cocoa Beach Air Show begins today at 11 a.m. which can be viewed from State Road 520 southward to Minuteman Causeway in Cocoa Beach, Florida. The display village opens at 9 a.m.

On both Saturday and Sunday, the main show will take center place at Lori Wilson Park. Cocoa Beach residents are admitted to a free viewing area with proof of residency. Non-residents can purchase tickets for $22.

Both residents and non-residents can purchase premium viewing packages online or by calling 1-800-514-3849.

For more information, including a map of the Cocoa Beach Air Show viewing locations, visit CocoaBeachAirShow.com

PHOTOS: Brevard Times / File
SOURCE: CocoaBeachAirShow.com


2012 Cocoa Beach Air Show Schedule


Saturday September 22, 2012

8:00 am Breakfast with the Performers
Rum Runners Tavern – 695 N. Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa Beach

9:00 am Display Village, Show Center Beach Drop Zone opens

10:00 am Clubhouse Chalet, Colonel’s Club and Hospitality Chalets open

10:50 am Opening remarks by Col Robert Pavelko, 45th Space Wing Vice Commander

11:00 am Cocoa Beach Air Show – Lori Wilson Park

3:00 pm Air Show Happy Hour – Mambo’s at the International Palms Resort
South side of Lori Wilson Park – Relax and wait for the traffic to clear

7:00 pm Air Show Performer Party – Fishlips Waterfront Bar & Grill
The Cove in Port Canaveral – Army Silver Wings sunset jump


Sunday September 23, 2012

8:00 am Breakfast with the Performers
Rum Runners Tavern – 695 N. Atlantic Avenue, Cocoa Beach

9:00 am Display Village, Show Center Beach Drop Zone opens

10:00 am Clubhouse Chalet, Colonel’s Club and Hospitality Chalets open

11:00 am Cocoa Beach Air Show – Lori Wilson Park

3:00 pm Air Show Happy Hour – Hilton Oceanfront Pool Deck
North side of Lori Wilson Park – Relax and wait for the traffic to clear

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  • Air show was great. Display Vilage was frustrating. Several volunteers and the hotel concierge never heard of it, one volunteer said we had to drive there but the parking attendent said we could not enter without a prepaid pass. Tried to walk from the beach but were turned away by security at two entrances, no one could tell us how to get there. We could see the village from our hotel, and smoke from the BBQ grills, really wanted a souvenier. The performers were great, staff not too helpful. I don't know why the Hilton was an "official sponsor" when no one t the Hilton had any info other than the agenda from the internet.

  • Air show was great. Display Vilage was frustrating. Several volunteers and the hotel concierge never heard of it, one volunteer said we had to drive there but the parking attendent said we could not enter without a prepaid pass. Tried to walk from the beach but were turned away by security at two entrances, no one could tell us how to get there. We could see the village from our hotel, and smoke from the BBQ grills, really wanted a souvenier. The performers were great, staff not too helpful. I don't know why the Hilton was an "official sponsor" when no one t the Hilton had any info other than the agenda from the internet.

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