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Friday, 25 September, 2020

Everything you need to know about the Drive-in Movies at Witton Park

Drive-in movies begin in Blackburn’s Witton Park starting on Friday 17th July.

Here’s everything you need to know

The full schedule of films is:

Date and Time Film
Fri, 17 July at 4pmToy Story 4
Fri, 17 July at 6pmSonic the Hedgehog
Fri, 17 July at 8pmGrease
Sat, 18 July at 4pmTrolls World Tour
Sat, 18 July at 6pmThe Lion King
Sat, 18 July at 8pmThe Greatest Showman
Sun, 19 July at 4pmJumanji – The Next Level
Sun, 19 July at 6pmMamma Mia
Sun, 19 July at 8pmBohemian Rhapsody

Tickets are £20 per car for each film
All tickets must be pre-booked
Your car must be capable of FM radio reception

Book tickets here http://www.driveinmovieshow.co.uk/tickets.php

The Diner is open on movie nights offering a fantastic selection of your favourite cinema foods, snacks and more including; hot dogs, burgers, popcorn, nachos and sweets as well as soft drinks or hot drinks, crepes with a selection of delicious toppings.

All items will be clearly priced at the kiosk.

Card payments are preferred.

What time do gates open and when does the film start?
Gates open at 6pm – 2 hours before the film start time at 7.30pm. For sold out screenings the gates will open from 5pm. For matinee shows the gates will open at 1pm for 2.30pm start time.

What time do gates close?
Gates close 30 minutes before the film start time to ensue everyone has entered, been parked and is settled.

I’m running late does that mean I can’t get in after 7pm?
Stewards remain situated on the gate up until the film start time so that any late arrivals may be allowed access however, there is NO ADMITTANCE once the film starts and we do not issue refunds for latecomers or non-attendees.

Will there be Toilets?
Yes, controlled by a steward one person at a time.

Can we park earlier and leave, returning to watch the film?
Absolutely, you can get your spot, leave for a drink, food or a walk and return to join your vehicle by 6:45pm latest on foot

Can I buy a ticket on the night?
Sorry, during the present climate all tickets must be purchased in advance as we will not be talking any cash at the gate.

Do the food kiosks accept cash?
Yes but card payments are preferred

Can I bring my dog?
We generally advise against this as film nights can be busy, with moving vehicles prior to films starting and if your dog were to cause an issue with noise for other attendees you could be asked to leave.

This event is not associated with Blackburn Life

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