Street Food Cinema Pivots to Drive-in Format this Summer

Street Food Cinema at LA State Historic Park
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Street Food Cinema, recognized for pairing the outdoor movie experience with local food trucks for a night under the stars, will pivot to a drive-in concept this summer. The kick-off screening is on June 20 with 500 Days of Summer.

The movie series will take place at the Brandeis Bardin Campus in Simi Valley, outside of Los Angeles County but still within driving range for Angelenos.


Moviegoers pay a car entry fee of $20, and each individual guest in the car will need an $8 general admission ticket. Children ages 3 and under are free. You must have a car to enter.

For concessions, you can bring outside food and beverages, or take advantage of the on-site food trucks.

So far, the drive-in series is only scheduled through June:

  • June 20: 500 Days of Summer
  • June 21: Mrs. Doubtfire
  • June 26: Edward Scissorhands
  • June 27: The Princess Bride
  • June 28: Moulin Rouge!

To purchase tickets and get additional information, visit Street Food Cinema’s website here.

The City of Ontario, Ontario International Airport, and Street Food Cinema recently announced a series of free drive-in movie nights on airport property every other week from June 19 through July 31. Tickets for that particular series are going fast.

Related: A Guide to Drive-in Theaters Around SoCal


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