While you won't be able to catch a flick indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a Metro Vancouver drive-in theatre offers movies under the stars. Photo via Twilight Drive-In
While you won't be able to catch a flick indoors due to the COVID-19 pandemic, a local drive-in theatre offers physically distanced movies under the stars.
The Twilight Drive-In is located in Aldergrove and is currently showing movies every day over spring break. This week, you can catch showings of Tom & Jerry, Wonder Woman 1984, School of Rock, Clueless, The Great Muppet Caper, Austin Powers: International Man of Mystery, The Mummy, Singin' in the Rain, The Lost Boys, Space Jam and The Goonies.
Twilight broadcasts the film’s sound via FM radio, so you can tune in with your car stereo.
Children ages four and under do not count toward passenger total. Additional attendees can be added at the gate for $10 each. (Please note: The box-office is cash or Interac only).
There is a maximum of six people in a vehicle at this time.
- a vehicle with one or two people: $30.00
- a vehicle with three people: $40.00
- a vehicle with four people: $60.00
- a vehicle with five people: $70.00
Your advance ticket purchase guarantees you entry. The gates open 45 minutes prior to the first show, and 30 minutes prior to the second show.
Please refer to Twilight's FAQ's (COVID-19 edition) for full drive-in policies, rules and etiquette.
Twilight is one of just a few remaining operating permanent drive-in theatres in Canada, and one of only a couple left running in British Columbia. They first opened for business in 2005, and operate typically from late winter to late fall, and they show new films only–not classics.
Twilight Drive-In is located at 260th St and Fraser Highway in Aldergrove
With files from Lindsay William-Ross.