Q: Are beach chairs and umbrellas allowed in the Preferred Viewing Area?
A: YES, we encourage you bring both.

Q: At what age are children allowed in the Preferred Viewing Area?
A: Children under 10 can enter FREE with an adult, no wristband required.

Q: What is the link to register my wristband?

Q: At what age are children allowed in the Preferred Viewing Area?
A: Children under 10 can enter FREE with an adult, no wristband required.

Q: Is there a discount code for active military or veterans?

Q: Will food & drinks be available for purchase inside the Beach Club?

Q: What time does the Beach Club Open?

Q: Where can I get tickets?

A: You can purchase tickets to the Beach Club at Show Center. Sit back and enjoy the Hyundai Air & Sea Show® in the exclusive Beach Club at Show Center. . . an experience like no other. Witness some of the finest military equipment our nation has to offer and dance to some of the world’s top recording artists, all at “show center”. Mix and mingle with performers and enjoy your own private concessions area featuring a high-end spirits bar, ice-cold brews and an All American BBQ. TICKETS GO ON SALE JANUARY 2021

Q: Where can I park?

A: The festivities begin at 10 a.m. and end at 6 p.m., but it’s best to arrive at the event early on Saturday and Sunday then stay late to watch the Music Explosion presented by Hyundai from 6-10 p.m on Sunday evening. The City of Miami Beach has information on parking, transportation and additional visitor services on their APP. DOWNLOAD the PARK ME MIAMI BEACH APP on your smart phone

Q: What can I bring to the event?

A: The City of Miami Beach has an information-packed website Miami Beach Rules & Regulations that details the items visitors are suggested to bring and the items that are NOT permitted on the beach. Such PROHIBITED items include: alcohol, glass containers, litter/trash, plastic straws and Styrofoam (in any form). Visit the website to stay updated on the laws of the beach and the rules for the event weekend.

Q: Where can I get the latest information about the event and how can I stay updated?

A: The best way to get up-to-date information is via the website. Plus, join the conversation on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram.

Q: What activities are available for kids?

A: The City of Miami Beach is hosting a Kids Fun Zone at the Hyundai Air and Sea Show. Located on Ocean Drive between 12 and 13th Streets, next to Lummus Park, from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. both Saturday and Sunday (May 29-30), kids and their parents can participate in: kids yoga, themed arts and crafts, face painting, relay races, a dance-a-thon, themed bingo, team scavenger hunts and a letter writing station to servicemen and women.

Q: What is K.I.D.S.?

A: Miami Beach Police and Emergency Management departments launches a wrtistband ID program known as K.I.D.S. (Kid ID Station). This program is designed to add another level of security by voluntarily issuing an ID wristband to children of all ages, their guardians and/or adults with special needs. The wristbands contain the child’s name, guardian’s name and contact information. K.I.D.S. is operational Saturday and Sunday (May 29-30) from 8 a.m.-7 p.m. with locations at Fifth, Eighth, 10th and 13th Streets at Lummus Park. Each station has a City of Miami Beach tent, portable sign and is staffed with Goodwill Ambassadors. This program is free for visitors and residents.

Q: Can I watch the Hyundai Air and Sea Show from my boat on the water?

A: Yes, the United States Coast Guard issued the following information:

This Marine Safety Information Bulletin is to advise the public of the upcoming safety zone for the Miami Beach Air and Sea Show, in the waters off Miami Beach, Florida. This rule will be enforced from 8:30 a.m. on May 29, 2021 through 5:00 p.m. on May 30, 2021 while aircrafts and show boats are performing or practicing.

The zone will consist of waters of Atlantic Ocean starting from approximately 0.5 miles east of Collins Park (25º 47’52”N, 080º 6’55”W), thence directly south approximately 2.5 miles to the government cut north jetty (25º 45’40”N, 080º 7’16”W), thence west to shoreline to South Pointe Park (25º45’50”N, 080º07’49”W), thence north along the shoreline to Collins Park (25º47’56”N, 080º07’30”W).

No vessel or person will be permitted to enter the zone without obtaining permission from the Captain of the Port Miami or a designated representative.

A visual chartlet is included below. Thank you for your commitment to ensuring the safety and security of the ports and waterways of South Florida. Please contact Sector Miami, Waterways Management Division at (305) 535-4317 if you have any further questions.


Q: How can I find out about becoming a vendor/sponsor?

A: You can get more information on becoming a vendor for the 2021 by emailing and including “VENDOR/SPONSOR INFORMATION” in the subject line.

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