New Parking Arrangements announced for the Bray Air Display 2022

The Bray Air Display is only days away and large crowds are expected.

If you are travelling by car please car share where possible. This will help you save money by sharing the costs, reduce the amount of traffic on the roads and help the environment.

There is parking for disabled persons at all Bray Air Display car parks. A summary of our advice to spectators with a disability or special needs can be viewed via our ‘Accessibility at the #BrayAirDisplay’ FAQ’s page here.

Please be aware that there will be high traffic volumes before and after the event so please be patient and plan your trip in advance.

Members of An Garda Síochána and Stewards will be on hand to direct traffic on the day. Please note: Traffic restrictions and road closures are subject to change without notice. Please see our Traffic Management Plan for all the details on restrictions.

South Event Car Park 

Motorists are advised that you must pre-book your car park space (as of Monday, July 18th the South Event Car Park is only available option as the North Car Park is completely full).

A complimentary shuttle bus will service this car park ONLY. Drop-off / Pick up point is close to the event site. Last pick-up from event site is 7:30pm sharp. The shuttle bus operator will provide safe, accessible and friendly access to all its passengers, regardless of their mobility difficulties, age or disabilities. 

South Event Car Park Location is the IDA Business Park, Bray

North Event Car Park 


North Event Car Park Location: Coláiste Ráithín and at the Old Golf Club Lands (Ravenswell Road), Bray, Co. Wicklow. 

Spectators will have direct access to the event from these car parks via Bray Harbour. The event site is along Bray Seafront which is only a short walking distance away.

The cost for car parking is €10.00 per car (plus booking fee) and must be pre-booked prior to travelling to the event.


The weekend kicks off on Saturday, July 23rd with ground entertainment only from 12 noon daily followed by the airshow on Sunday, July 24th 2022.

Update as of June 7th 2022: There is an official practice day on Saturday, July 23rd 2022 ahead of the main #BrayAirDisplay on Sunday, July 24th 2022 with some aircraft activity throughout the day.

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