More tickets have been released for President Donald Trump’s rally this Saturday in Melbourne, Florida. Free tickets were ‘sold out’ for this campaign style airport rally, but more space on the tarmac in the adjacent hangar has become available for supporters. This incredibly high demand from the rally crowd is planned to be even larger than the one last year, where thousands of people had been turned away.
In Florida Today:
“Since the original allocation of tickets was issued and depleted, an additional section was approved to accommodate more of the incredibly high demand for tickets,” said Lori Booker, a spokeswoman for Orlando Melbourne International.
Booker added that “Jumbotrons have been ordered to provide additional viewing outside, weather permitting. Arriving early will be the key to admission. Patience will indeed be a virtue.”
Free tickets can be found here on a first come first serve basis.
Some advice from the airport to make your event more comfortable.
“Lines will be long, so consider bringing a throwaway chair or umbrella. You will be required to surrender it to a trash barrel at the front of the line. Under no circumstances will these items be allowed past security. The event is primarily standing room only. Please keep that in mind for those unable to stand for long periods of time. Wheelchair access is available. Security will be even tighter than last time. This is a venue for a United States presidential visit, which is vastly different than a candidate visit. There is no lost and found service available. Any unacceptable items (chairs, umbrellas, coolers, etc.) must be surrendered with no hope of return. While in line, keep yourself hydrated. In the event of inclement weather, completely transparent, clear ponchos will be acceptable.”
Protestors have also been granted a permit in the area across from the main entrance to the rally site. In comparison, the protest is expected to only draw several hundred anti-Trump demonstrators.