Drive-in at Zidell Yards

  • August 27, 2015 — August 31, 2015

Drive, bike, or take the streetcar to our drive-in under the stars—and the striking Ross Island Bridge—at Zidell Yards. The gates open at 7 PM and films start at dusk, with food and drink for sale by local food-cart vendors. If you don’t have a car, bring a chair and warm, cushy blankets and find your spot in front for some pop cinema classics.

The Zidell Yards entrance is at 3030 SW Moody Avenue, a few blocks north of the tram and streetcar stop at OHSU.

Admission: $8; tickets available exclusively at the gate. Payment options: cash or card. Please, no outside food or drink. Sound will be broadcast via FM radio transmission and outdoor speaker system.

Co-presented by Zidell and the Northwest Film Center.

For up-to-date event information regarding weather and the Drive In at Zidell Yards, please visit the event’s Facebook page. Please assume the show is on unless otherwise noted.



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