Royal Air Force Village
Newly located in 2019 up on the East Overcliff, the RAF Village offered some exciting and interesting experiences. Watch this space for news on what they will be bringing for 2021.
Royal Navy Village
As well as the two ships in the bay, in 2019 the Royal Navy's very popular diving tank kept the youngsters entertained up on the East Overcliff , while their parents enjoyed the cooking demonstrations provided by the RN chefs. .
In 2019 Beat Retreat found a new location in the Lower Gardens on Friday & Saturday evening, with the band playing again on Sunday morning in the Gardens .
The Army Village
The Army Village is always a hands-on experience, giving festival goers the opportunity to get up close to an array of army equipment and vehicles.
Hosted by the Royal Navy Village, the Royal Marines once again entertained festival goes up on the East Overcliff in 2019, performing their staggering unarmed combat displays!
Funfairs & Entertainment
There was plenty of fun to be had across the Seafront and up on East Overcliff in 2019. Watch this space to see what will be on offer for 2021.
Food and drink
With 1.5 miles of terrific traders and a variety of veritable vendors, there is always plenty to keep everyone well fed and entertained throughout the festival.
Air Festival Bars
No one will every go thirsty at Bournemouth Air Festival, with plenty of bars to choose from across the site!
Liberty's Owl and Raptors
In 2019 those taking a walk through Bournemouth's lower gardens had the opportunity to check out mother natures majestic planes, including fluffy owls, stunning eagles and an imposing vulture. Audiences were entertained with daily bird shows run by the incredible staff from Liberty's Owl, Raptor and Reptile Centre.