FAQs

GUEST AND PERFORMER SAFETY

Your Air Fest staff will comply with any mask requirements issued by the State. Please check official State websites regarding requirements for masks in buses or elsewhere.

WHO

The Culpeper Air Fest is funded by Culpeper Air Fest Foundation- A 501 c(3) non-profit charitable organization chartered to promote aviation education, awareness and support in Culpeper, VA.

WHAT

The Culpeper Air Fest Foundation is pleased to present the Culpeper Air Fest 2021, featuring the world’s ONLY privately owned Harrier, aerobatic aircraft and vintage warbirds.

WHEN

October 9, 2021. Airshow gates open for fun activities and static displays at 9:00 AM. Main show starts at noon and ends at 3:00 PM.

WHERE

Parking is available at Culpeper County High School and Eastern View High School. Complimentary bus transportation is provided most of the day beginning at 8:30 am. Last bus leaves the airport to get you back to the school parking area around 3:45 pm.

COST

Culpeper Air Fest is a FREE event with FREE parking

WHAT TO BRING

Earplugs, cameras, folding chairs, sunscreen and cash for food and treats. For everyone’s enjoyment, please leave your coolers and tents in your car or at home. Our wonderful Air Fest vendors will have plenty of food and beverages available throughout the day. Carriage of weapons is permitted only in a manner consistent with the laws of the Commonwealth of Virginia.

FLY IN

The airport will be closed to transient fly-in air traffic from Friday, October 8, at 9am until Saturday, October 9, at 6pm.

WEATHER

In the event of rain or drizzle, the Air Fest will still be excited to host as many activities and acts as we can safely do, but always following direction from FAA and local authorities. There will not be an alternate rain date this year.  

​RESTROOMS

Port-o-lets will be on site including handicap accessible port-o-lets.

PETS AND SERVICE ANIMALS

Services dogs (or other animals) are permitted at the airshow. The crowds and aircraft noise can be stressful for your pets, and they’ll be much happier if left at home.