Frequently Asked Questions

Things to know before you go!
 

  • Tickets are priced per vehicle with up to 6 people.
     

  • Food Trucks are available at each event. Our Social Media accounts list the options (as they may change) the day of the show.
     

  • You are allowed to bring your own food and drink. No alcohol.
     

  • No Pets are allowed with the exception of Service Animals.
     

  • Restrooms including ADA Accessible are available in 2 locations. 
     

  • Oversized Vehicles will be parked or moved to prevent blocking other's view.

  • No Trailers allowed, Utility or otherwise.
     

  • The entrance is located on Havana St. off Broadway at the Spokane Expo and Fair.

  • The Drive-In shows movies Rain OR Shine. However, under Adverse Weather Conditions such as (but not limited to): Lightening, High Wind, or Torrential rain, Event Management may delay the beginning of the film and/or cancel the event, if necessary. ONLY IF AN EVENT IS CANCELLED will refunds be issued to the original ticket holder.

Are my tickets refundable?

  • No. Tickets are Nonrefundable and cannot be exchanged.

What is the difference between the 3 ticket choices?

  • Prime Seats: These are parking spaces closest to the screen.  Prime Viewers get preferred entrance and parking.

  • General Admission is located behind Prime.

  • VIP are the first few rows.

Can I sit outside of my Vehicle?

  • At this time, due to COVID/Washington rules, guests are not allowed to view the movie outside their vehicle. However, you are allowed to sit in the bed of your pickup truck.

Can I open the hatch of my Car/SUV to watch the show?

  • Yes! However, it cannot obstruct the view of other patrons.

    • Please bring a rope to secure it from opening all the way up.

How do I listen to the movie?

  • Via FM on your Car's Radio or a Portable Radio. 

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