OTHER FAQ'S ABOUT THUNDER OVER LOUISVILLE
What is the Economic Impact of Thunder Over Louisville? In 2001, the Derby Festival conducted an economic impact study that determined Thunder Over Louisville generated more than $31 million for the local economy. The total economic impact for the entire 70 events of the Derby Festival is estimated at $93 million for both Greater Louisville and Southern Indiana.
Will there be a Planes Of Thunder Static Display this year? Due to increased security on military bases across the country and active deployment, the Planes of Thunder Static display will not be held.
What accommodations are made for the physically challenged? The entire event area is accessible and there are no designated viewing areas. Handicap parking is available in all area PARC garages, near the Kennedy Bridge in Jeffersonville and near the Falls of the Ohio Interpretive Center in Clarksville. All is available on a first-come/first served basis.
Is First Aid available? Naturally, with an event of this size, first aid and safety looms large in the planning. There are EIGHT first aid stations positioned on both sides of the river manned by Red Cross/EMS and ambulances. Nearly 80 Red Cross/EMS personnel will man these positions beginning at 2:00 PM until the conclusion of the event.
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