Outdoor Movie Events

  • Mahoning Drive-in Theater (Lehighton, PA)

    The Mahoning Drive-in Theater -- built in 1948, and opened for its first season in 1949 -- is perfect for outdoor movie fans of retro 35mm film programs, presented reel-to-reel via original 1940's Simplex projectors. Home to largest CinemaScope screen in Pennsylvania for half a century. Schedule, Price, Directions.
  • PFS Drive-In Theater at the Navy Yard (Philadelphia, PA)

    PFS Drive-In at the Navy Yard hosts up to 180 cars per screening on the venue’s 2 drive-in screens. Philadelphia’s extensive community of film lovers can enjoy a curated slate of films, all from the safety of your own vehicles. Top-of-the-line digital projection on a large screen fastened to stacked shipping containers create optimal vantage points for the drive-in attendees.ONLINE SALES ONLY. Operations will be check-in only, no box office sales at all will be conducted on site. Schedule, Price, Directions.
  • Film on the Rocks – Holiday Drive-In (Morrison, Colorado)

    Film on the Rocks – Holiday Drive-In, a collaborative production of the Denver Film and Denver Arts & Venues, up to 350 ticketed cars. Ticket includes a snack pack. Drive-in films presented on 48-foot by 28-foot LED screen, Grilling not permitted. With the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre as a backdrop Schedule, Price, Directions.
  • Taos Center for the Arts Drive-In Theater (Taos, New Mexico)

    Taos Center for the Arts invites you to enjoy movies under the stars at its drive-in venue in northern New Mexico’s high desert. You can bring your own drinks and snacks. TCA BigScreen theater is back open, distanced seating. Popcorn and drinks on-site. Schedule, Price, Directions.