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[Twilight Drive]Metro Vancouver’s Twilight Drive

2021-07-31

  Please note:?As recommended by BC’s health officials, gatherings of any kind and unessential travel in the province is not recommended at this time. Please adhere to COVID-19 health and safety measures, including proper physical distancing and frequent hand washing, and?wearing a mask or face covering?in public indoor and retail spaces. If you are sick, please stay home.

  A drive-in movie theatre in Metro Vancouver has films lined up every day of spring break for physically distanced fun while students have time off school.

  The Twilight Drive-In in Langley is the only drive-in movie theatre in Metro Vancouver (and one of only three left in BC), so it’s the place to catch a film under the stars.

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  The theatre is open seven days a week until March 22 and is selling tickets to some popular retro films.

  Here’s the schedule:

  9:35 pm: Wonder Woman 1984

  9:35 pm:?Wonder Woman 1984

  9:35 pm:Wonder Woman 1984

  7:30 pm: School of Rock

  9:50 pm: Clueless

  7:30 pm: The Great Muppet Caper

  9:40 pm: Austin Powers

  11:40 pm: The Mummy (1932)

  7:30 pm: Singin’ in the Rain

  9:40 pm: The Lost Boys

  7:30 pm: Space Jam

  9:30 pm: The Goonies

  Prices are based on the number of people in a vehicle starting with two people for $30 and going up to six people for $70. Tickets must be purchased online due to COVID-19 and shows are capped at 50 vehicles.

  The concession stand is also currently closed due to the pandemic, and guests are encouraged to bring their own snacks.

  When: March 16 to 22

  Time: Shows between 7:30 pm and 11:30 pm

  Where:?3350 260th Street, Langley

  Admission: $30 to $70 per vehicle