This weekend, Atlanta Motor Speedway will become the world's first "aerial stadium," as the first-ever Atlanta Air Show takes flight overhead on both Saturday and Sunday, Oct. 14-15.

The high-flying, aerial acrobatics display, the first of its kind at a NASCAR facility, will feature an all-star performer lineup of military aircraft, including the U.S. Air Force F-16 Viper, the A-10 Warthog and the U.S. Navy F-18 Super Hornet. Some of the nation's top civilian performers will include the Sky Soldiers Cobra Demo Team, Jack Links Jet Waco and Kent Pietsch, who will attempt to land his airplane on top of an RV!

The Atlanta Air Show will offer the comforts and convenience you won't find at any other air show in the nation. From ample shade in the concourse area, to real restroom facilities, food and beverage stands and places to sit down and eat, the event will offer an unforgettable experience as the high-speed action moves from the track to the skies above it.

The Atlanta Air Show has three viewing options: the Flight Line Skybox, which offers the ultimate VIP viewing spot inside the Flight Line Club Skybox, Preferred Seating, featuring your own reserved seat in an elevated location, and general admission Grandstand Seating, offering the most affordable way to enjoy the show.

Single tickets for the Atlanta Air Show start at just $19.50 for adults and $11.25 for kids ages 6-12. Grandstand seating for kids 6 and under is free. Parking is also free of charge on both Saturday and Sunday. Admission gates for the show open at 10 a.m. both days.

Visit airshowatlanta.com for more information, a full lineup of performances and to purchase tickets today!