Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival
Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (RMMA) and Jefferson County will be hosting the Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival on August 4. After a three-year hiatus, the skies over RMMA will again feature aerobatic acts and fly-bys, while the grounds of the airport will be filled with unique and interesting aircraft and automobiles for the public’s viewing pleasure. The event’s purpose is to introduce the public to the exciting world of aviation and RMMA’s role as a corporate and general aviation airport for the surrounding region.
Photos in slideshow courtesy of Steve Nelson
Schedule and Performers
The Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival occurs August 4, 2018.
- Gates open: 9:00am - 4:00pm
- Aerobatic performances: 10:00am – 11:30am, 1:30pm – 3:00pm
The Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival is soliciting vendors that would fit well with the theme of the Air and Ground Festival. This includes both food and beverage vendors, as well as merchandise vendors. Please see our Vendors web page for all of the details on categories and fees as well as rules and regulations.
Sponsorship levels are still being determined for the 2018 Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival. If your company would like to support and be featured as a supporting partner of the festival, please see our Sponsorship page for more details and contact.
Special parking and valet service available. See the Sponsorship page for more details.
For inquiries about the Rocky Mountain Air & Ground Festival, please contact Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport at 303-271-4850 or [email protected].
About Rocky Mountain Metropolitan Airport (RMMA)
RMMA is a public-use airport located in northeastern Jefferson County, conveniently located just off US36 half-way between Denver and Boulder. Open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, RMMA is the fourth busiest airport in Colorado with over 150,000 annual operations and over 400 aircraft based on the field. RMMA serves as a reliever airport for the Denver region, providing a professionally run and safe facility for corporate flight operations, aviation training, and general aviation. The airport was founded and is sponsored by Jefferson County.