Ontario Airport Hosting Free Drive In Movies This Summer

Bad News: The first two shows are sold out

Good News: Upcoming shows featuring The Princess Bride & Napeleon Dynamite will make tickets available in July right here

There is a 300 car limit

From WeLikeLA

“The drive-in movie experience is something so many of us remember fondly, and the City is proud to be able to offer these events to our community in light of what we’ve all been through as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic. This is a wonderful opportunity for movie-goers to enjoy a night out with their families and watch a film from the comfort and safety of their vehicle,” said Dan Bell, Communications & Community Relations Director for the City of Ontario, via a statement.

The series continues with The Sandlot on July 3, The Princess Bride on July 17 and Napoleon Dynamite on July 31. Tickets for the first two movie nights are already sold out. Tickets for The Princess Bride will be released on July 6 and for Napoleon Dynamite on July 20. Online reservations allow one pass per vehicle on a first-come, first-served basis with capacity set at 300 cars.

Doors open at 7 p.m. and movies start at 8:30 p.m. Street Food Cinema will also set up on-site food options. Poutine Brothers, the Grilled Cheese Truck, Afters Ice Cream, and My Delight Cupcakery are on board.

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