[GUIDE] ‘Film on the Rocks’ Returns This Year, But As a Drive-In Theater! – Review


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Tickets go on sale on August 11!

The annual Film on the Rocks event is back! However, it’s gonna look a little different this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. But, as they say in showbiz, « the show must go on! »

Film on the Rocks: Drive-In arrives at the iconic Colorado landmark on Thursday, August 13.

Tickets are only available for purchase online once they go on sale on August 11, at 10 a.m. (MT). It will cost $59.50 per car, with tickets including a variety of movie snacks; a bag of CityPop popcorn, a theater-sized box of M&Ms, 7oz Twizzlers, and two 20oz Coke products (i.e., Coke, Sprite, etc.). Also, Chick-Fil-A sandwiches will be available to pre-purchase (at a discounted rate) online or for a cashless payment on-site, which includes a sandwich, cookies, chips, and a drink!

Britta Erickson, Denver Film Festival Director, said:

« A part of our Colorado summer traditions for two decades, we knew just how important it would be to get back to Red Rocks and enjoy the films and the historic surroundings in some way. We’re grateful to our city leaders and partners at Arts & Venues, as well as all of the health and service workers who committed to making Film on the Rocks Drive-In a reality. »

 View the full lineup for Film on the Rocks: Drive-In:

*Doors open at 6 p.m.; movie starts at 7:30 p.m.

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Week 1:

  • Thursday, August 13 – Grease
  • Friday, August 14 – Straight Outta Compton
  • Saturday, August 15 – Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse
  • Sunday, August 16 – The Goonies

Week 2:

  • Thursday, August 20 – Clueless
  • Friday, August 21 – Scream
  • Saturday, August 22 – The Big Lebowski
  • Sunday, August 23 – Rudy

Week 3:

  • Thursday, August 27 – Ferris Bueller’s Day Off
  • Friday, August 28 – Robocop
  • Saturday, August 29 – Jurassic Park
  • Sunday, August 30 – Field of Dreams

Masks are required anytime a guest leaves their car, so make sure you have some handy! All vehicles will also be spaced every other parking spot (or at least six feet apart) to follow social distancing guidelines.

For more information on Film on the Rocks: Drive-In, visit the Denver Film website.

[GUIDE] ‘Film on the Rocks’ Returns This Year, But As a Drive-In Theater! – Review
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