Are you looking for a classic drive-in theater experience in Southern California? Look no further! Paramount Drive-In Theater offers an unforgettable experience with its 52-foot inflatable screen and surround sound system. Skyline Drive-In Theater has two screens showing current releases with audio channeled through an FM radio station. Rubidoux is the last classic drive-in theater left in Southern California while Hollywood Legion Theater Drive-In is known as the “first drive-in theater in the heart of Hollywood”. Costa Mesa camp hosts live concerts every week while Madera Drive-In offers two screens showing classic films. Drive-in theaters are perfect for those who want to watch movies outdoors while staying socially distanced.
With its original 1948 screen tower still standing, Rubidoux is one of the oldest drive-ins left in Southern California. The Hollywood Legion Theater Drive-In offers an unforgettable experience with its large digital screen and FM sound transmitter. Madera Drive-In has two screens showing classic films while Costa Mesa camp hosts live concerts every week. Watching a movie at a drive-in theater is quite an experience. You can enjoy the outdoors while staying 6 feet away from people, even at a large gathering.
The large inflatable screen at Paramount Drive-In Theater is the largest outdoor movie screen in Los Angeles. The Hollywood Legion Theater Drive-In is equipped with the latest technology available for outdoor movie theaters, such as a large digital screen and an FM sound transmitter. The little ones can get out of their seats, jump and even talk, without disturbing anyone in the theater, and they can even sit on your lap without having wasted the money at the entrance. Established in 1964, Skyline Drive-in Theater is perfect for a fun night out with food stalls and audio channeled through an FM radio station. The U.
S., and other parts of Southern California are famous for their year-round fun. Locals have gotten creative with their programming to present movies, live concerts and even transvestite shows in a safe and socially distanced way. With the closure of theaters and concerts due to COVID-19, there has been a resurgence in car entertainment. The Madera Drive-in, which originally opened in 1948 as El Rio Drive-in, is a two-screen drive-in theater located in Madera, California. Drive-in theaters are perfect for those who want to watch movies outdoors while staying socially distanced. Madera Drive-In has two screens showing classic films while Costa Mesa camp hosts live concerts every week.