Going To The Miami Beach Air And Sea Show This Memorial Day Weekend? Here’s What You Can Expect – CBS Miami
MIAMI (CBSMiami) – What better way to commemorate Memorial Day Weekend than heading to Miami Beach for the 2021 Hyundai Air and Sea Show? Here’s what to expect when you go:
The event will take place from Saturday 29 May to Sunday 30 May from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.
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Offshore powerboat demonstrations, extreme water sports, an action zone, a military exhibition village and much more will be featured.
The event’s website says “The Greatest Show On Earth,” as it features women, men, technology and equipment from all five branches of the US military.
The Hyundai Air & Sea Show offers a variety of bespoke hospitality options that offer the best view of our country’s best equipment and technology.
Attendees will find a number of ways to enjoy with family or friends, entertain customers, and do business in an exciting atmosphere only found in Miami Beach.
The gates of the Beach Club should open at 11 a.m.
The Air & Sea Show takes place on Miami Beach along Ocean Drive from 11th Street to 14th Street.
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The Display Village and Action Zones are located between 11th and 14th Streets and include interactive displays from military agencies and corporate partners.
In the Action Zone, guests can see a motocross performance by Keith Sayer’s KSFMX Freestyle Motocross Demo Team. In the Display Village, guests can check out flight and navigation simulators for the US Air Force, tactical training equipment for the US Army, displays for the US Navy and the US Coast Guard, and rifle range simulators for the United States Marine Corps. You will also be able to meet men and women of the armed forces.
There will also be a Kids Fun Zone between 12th and 13th Street from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. with children’s yoga, handicrafts, face painting, relay runs, paper chases and much more.
For ticket information click here.
COVID-19 SECURITY MEASURES: Face masks are mandatory in the Display Village and on the Show Site. However, the removal of the mask is permitted in the open beach area while sitting and while sitting in the designated areas for eating and drinking. Occupancy has been reduced and hand disinfection areas are available across the site.
There will also be COVID-detecting K-9 sniffing for positive signs of COVID-19. If they are found, the identified persons are subjected to a rapid PCR test on site. If they test positive, they will not be admitted to the event.
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More information can be found here.