Aerial action delights crowds at Hill Air Force Base during Utah Air Show

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HILL AIR FORCE BASE, Utah -- The Utah Air Show: Warriors over the Wasatch is going on Saturday and Sunday, and FOX 13 News' Jeff McAdam was at Hill Air Force Base Saturday to take in the sights and sounds.

The line-up for the air show includes the fan-favorite U.S. Thunderbirds, as well as groups like the Breitling Jet Team. 

The event is free for the public. With heavy traffic expected both days, event organizers encourage visitors to park at the Clearfield FrontRunner Station, where buses are ferrying passengers to the base for the show. A pass good for FrontRunner and the bus is available for $5, and a group pass for up to four adults is available for $15.

For more information about the air show, visit their website. 

For more information from UTA about ways to beat traffic, click here.