CLEVELAND -- The sky will roar and the ground will rumble as the annual Cleveland National Air Show soars over the city throughout Labor Day Weekend at Burke Lakefront Airport.
The 2012 event goes from Sept. 1-3 and features the U.S. Navy Blue Angles, a slew of slick aircraft displays, interactive exhibits and high-action flying shows.
The Air Show, which has been a Labor Day tradition since 1964, attracts up to 100,000 visitors a year. It's estimated that visitors, vendors and locals will spend at least $7.1 million this year alone.
General admission ticket prices:
- Adults are $21 at the gate
- Youth (6-11) are $14 at the gate
- Ages 5 and under are free for general admission only
In 2011, visitors who came to the show from more than 50 miles away made up 35 percent of the total attendance.