Events

March 2, 2018
 

16 days to 2018 Luke Days

Things you can bring

• Sunscreen

• Plastic beverage bottles with factory seal intact (baby bottles exempt)

• Reusable water bottle (empty for security line, free water stations are available inside)

• Hearing protection (especially for children)

• Wagon or lightweight stroller for children

• Stadium chair or cushion for free bleacher seating (collapsible camping chairs are fine, but subject to search)

Prohibited items

Take note of prohibited items while planning your day at Luke Days. Banned items will be confiscated and/or cause visitors to be turned away at the gate.

• Weapons of any kind including pocket
knives, pocket tools, scissors, box cutters,
billy clubs, large heavy chain link jewelry or belts, mace and pepper spray

• Firearms of any type

• Toys that resemble firearms, laser pointers

• Remote controlled aircraft and drones

• Flammable items and fireworks

• Pets (except for service animals)

• Spray paint and silly string

• Outside food, coolers, grills or glass containers

• Glass bottles

• Liquid without factory seal intact (baby bottles are exempt)

• Walkie-talkies, HAM radios, scanners

• Alcohol and illegal drugs

• Bicycles, skateboards, scooters, heelies, roller skates or roller blades

• Excessively large items and bags (the only exceptions are diaper bags, small purses, and small camera bags at or below 21-inches long, 10-inches wide, 10-inches deep)

• Possession and use of Marijuana is illegal on Luke Air Force Base or any federal installation.

For more information on the air show, go to www.luke.af.mil/2018-Luke-Days/

All visitors are subject to search by security forces.




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