If it’s your first time seeing the blue angels in action some, Pensacola natives have some do’s and don’ts for enjoying the show.
“Definitely get here early, about an hour and a half early,” says one Pensacola native.
“I would get out here early, there is going to be so many people, out here,” says one Pensacola native.
“Oh we’re going to get out here early,” says one first time visitor.
“Get out here early,” says one Pensacola native.
The early birds may catch the Blue Angels and their wings, but what is a good time to get to the beach to see all the action? Despite show time not being until 2 in the afternoon.
“I plan on getting here about 4 a.m.,” says another Pensacola native.
“I have been out here and early as 6:00,” says another Pensacola native.
“By 7 o’clock the parking lot is going to be full,” says another Pensacola native.
And speaking of parking, where’s a good spot?
“That is kind of a hard thing to say, just park where ever you can, because that’s the big thing, it’s hard,” says Pensacola native Karin Evans.
“I would probably try to park here in the main parking lot, but I’m not too sure how fast it’s going to fill up,” says Pensacola native Lakeland Parker.
It’s all about getting that good spot.
“Up on the balcony, somewhere to the right, and I love watching it right there.”
The most important advice.
“Plan to sit and stay a while, enjoy the show, it’s going to be amazing, it’s going to be awesome,” says one Navarre resident.
“Come on it’s fun, it’s a great show,” says another Pensacola native.