Organisers of the Pacific Airshow Gold Coast have announced tickets for the inaugural aviation event have gone on sale; the sister event in Huntington Beach attracted more than three million visitors and took out the 2022 United States Air Force Airshow of the Year, the three-day Gold Coast extravaganza will soar above Surfers Paradise.
The event will be run from the 18th to 20th of August 2023, with ticketing options outlined below and a link to purchase your tickets at the button below.
Event visionary Kevin Elliott, the owner of Pacific Airshow and CEO of Code Four, said, “The wait is over. We announced the dates for our first Gold Coast event earlier this year, and now people wanting a truly unique experience can plan their airshow party with tickets going on sale 1 February. It has taken time to ensure we are delivering a world-class event, and now we are ready!
“There is something for everyone. If you want a private cabana to enjoy with friends, we have them. If you prefer to relax on the beach with your family and enjoy the sky show while taking a dip – a Family pass is an option for you. For those who want the ultimate high-end experience, you can spoil yourself or treat your business clients with fully catered VIP corporate chalets and premium cuisine.
“A three-day ticket to the show centre will give you the ultimate experience where you can really capture, absorb and enjoy the experience with premium views, awesome commentary and fantastic choreographed music.
Gold Coast Mayor Tom Tate has expressed his excitement for the event saying, “It’s ticket time for the best airshow Australia will ever witness,’’
“Our city’s brand as a destination for major events will be on display, along with some of the best aviators on the planet. It’s showtime in August.”
The awe-inspiring event brings jets with adrenaline-pumping speed shooting down the iconic Surfers Paradise foreshore, with spectators thrilled by world-class aerobatics and military machines, with everyone guaranteed a great vantage point across the precinct stretching for several kilometres.