Anniversary T-shirts available in the concession stand!
Admission price and per-person and covers all movies that night.
DIGITAL VIDEO AND SOUND
WHEN SHOULD I ARRIVE? or WHAT TIME DOES THE FRONT-GATE OPEN?
Front gates (box office) usually open 45-minutes before the first show starts.
However on Friday and Saturday nights, the box office can open as early as 7:30pm (two-hours before the first show starts). If a new-release movie or special event is planned then the box office has opened even earlier.
So our best advice is to arrive as early as possible especially on Friday and Saturday nights and enjoy the company of friends and family, the playground with the kids and the concession stand before the movies start and have an enjoyable evening under the stars at The Georgetown Drive-In Theatre.
The front-gate opens and cars are allowed into the drive-in when waiting cars back-up to SR64 so when the gate opens depends on how many cars arrive early.
WHAT ABOUT BAD WEATHER or STORMS?
The show must go on the old-saying goes so if the weather might keep you from enjoying the movies - plan on coming another day when the weather is more-likely to be agreeable. No rain checks are given.
WHAT ARE YOU PLAYING NEXT-WEEK OR ON A CERTAIN DATE?
The movies are posted on our website, emailed to our email subscribers and posted on Facebook as soon as the decision is made on what's playing.
Although there are are certain upcoming movies we know in advance we will be showing - those movies are listed on the UPCOMING link on our web site. However, the decision on what to show week-to-week usually isn't made until early-in-the-week and posted on Tuesday or Wednesday starting the following Friday.
Special schedules and events of-course will alter this schedule.
So unfortunately, it's not possible to answer questions about what will be
playing next-weekend or on a certain date in the future since any answer given
today is subject to change closer to the date.
Please be considerate of your neighbors and not run your car engine during the movie because this can be distracting to others.