HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah --
With more than a half million spectators expected to flock to the 2022 Hill AFB Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show on June 25-26, Utah Transit Authority is offering enhanced FrontRunner and shuttle bus service to the show.
Event organizers encourage public transportation as the best way to get to and from the Hill Air and Space Show, because of heavy traffic and limited parking options.
UTA is offering a discounted $5 HAFB Airshow Day Pass or a $15 Group Day Pass (up to 4 people) on the UTA GoRide app to ride FrontRunner, TRAX, streetcar or bus to the show.
Event goers can ride the FrontRunner train to the Clearfield Station, where shuttle buses will arrive every 15 minutes to take riders to the Hill Air Force Base show entrance. FrontRunner trains will arrive every 30 minutes before and after the show, and every 60 minutes during the show.
For more details visit rideuta.com/airshow to plan your trip.
The Hill Air and Space Show typically takes place every other year, with more than 600,000 people reported to have attended the 2018 event. The show was canceled in 2020 due to the pandemic.
General admission to the Hill Air and Space Show is free. However, limited VIP tickets are available for purchase via the Utah Air Show Foundation at www.theutahairshow.com, which provide attendees higher levels of accommodations such as private seating, and food and beverage options.
Visit www.hill.af.mil for the most up-to-date information on performers, traffic, parking, event maps, prohibited/permitted items, and more.