With the State Of Minnesota announcing recently that attendance restrictions for indoor and outdoor events will be lifted as of May 28, the Duluth Airshow has re-added premium tickets for sale to the public.  These premium tickets had been previously removed in order to comply with state guidance.

"We added another 150 Presidential Chalet Tickets per day and almost 500 Flightline seats available to the general public this afternoon which can be purchased online at www.duluthairshow.com," said Airshow President Ryan Kern.

Organizers say anyone who previously purchased a general admission ticket but were unable to purchase a Chalet or Flightline seat because they were sold out, they can now call 1-800-514-3849 to upgrade their ticket. They'll simply need to pay the difference in the upgrade cost. This is only available while ticket quantities last.

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The Duluth Airshow, presented by Essentia Health and AAR, is set to take place on Saturday, June 26th and Sunday, June 27th. The U.S. Navy Blue Angels lead an impressive lineup that also includes the U.S. Air Force F-22 Raptor Demo Team, the United States Air Force Heritage Flight, the Red Bull Air Force, United States Air Force T-38,United States Air Force C-17 demo, the Red Bull Helicopter, Kirby Chambliss, Craig Gifford and more.

General Admission tickets are also available now by visiting any one of Menards 85 locations in Minnesota and Wisconsin. After being unable to hold the event in 2020, the return of the Duluth Airshow is certainly welcome news and it promises to once again be a standout event for the Northland in 2021.

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