Westmoreland County Airshow will go on, but will be drive-in this year

UNITY TOWNSHIP, Pa. — The Westmoreland County Airshow will go on, but organizers are making changes because of the COVID-19 pandemic.

This year’s show will be drive-in only. The Westmoreland County Airport Authority approved the change Tuesday.

Most people will be required to stay in their cars, and there will be no standing in line for a bite to eat, according to our news partners at TribLIVE.com. There will be food trucks that will come to you.

General admission will cost you $100 per vehicle with up to eight occupants.

Tickets are to be available at Shop ‘n Save supermarkets, the main sponsor of the show.

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