ONTARIO (CBSLA) – The Ontario International Airport is launching a free drive-in movie series next week.
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The airport announced Wednesday it is setting up a makeshift drive-in theater on the northeast corner of the property.
The airport will install two massive 50-foot screens that will show movies on four separate evenings. Moviegoers will be able to tune in through an FM radio signal.
The event is a collaboration between the airport, the city of Ontario and Los Angeles-based Street Food Cinema.READ MORE: `Solidarity' Cited In New Deal For 40k Behind-the-Scenes Film & TV Workers
A reservation is required for every car. To reserve your spot, click here.
While the event is free, moviegoers are asked to bring a donation of canned or boxed food to go to local foodbanks.
The schedule is as follows:
- June 19: “Ford v Ferrari” (sold out)
- July 3: “The Sandlot”
- July 17: “Princess Bride”
- July 31: “Napoleon Dynamite”
Every showing begins at 8:30 p.m. There will be several food vendors on site as well.MORE NEWS: Child, 18 Months, Killed in North Hills Crash
Like other airports, Ontario has seen passenger traffic plummet since the pandemic began.