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.
  • Becky's Drive-In Theater (Walnutport, Pennsylvania)

    One of 10 Drive-Ins Worth a Detour, it came in as the 5th best drive-in theater in the United States several years back. This two-screen Becky's Drive-In venue in Pennsylvania's Northampton County features a refreshment center between Outdoor Screen 1 (80' x 50', 450 vehicles) and Outdoor Screen 2 (66' x 33', 250 vehicles). Pets allowed. Directions.
  • The Bear Drive-In Theater (Bear, Delaware)

    Delaware's first drive-in theater since 2008, the Bear Drive-In’s first season this past summer attracted Delawareans with its full concession stand and a great selection of new films and throwbacks on the outdoor venue's two screens, up to 120 cars per screening. Movie fans can bring in their own portable radios and lawn chairs. 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.
  • Films on The Green Festival (Riverside Park, Manhattan)

    Outdoor films in Manhattan parks illustrate diversity of French and Francophone cinema on a big screen, for free. Schedule. Directions
  • Summer Movies Under the Stars (Prospect Park, Brooklyn)

    Head back to Prospect Park for the annual series, A Summer Movie Under the Stars in Brooklyn. Family-friendly “nostalgic classics, feel-good fan favorites for all ages, for free. Schedule. Directions