Route 66 Drive In Movie Night
Event tags: Film, Movies, Kingman, Outdoors, Arizona, George Lucas, American Graffiti, Drive In, Harrison Ford, Route 66
May 3, 2013
Route 66 Drive-In Movie Night
Spend Friday evening cruisin’ into the Kingman Staples Plaza for a drive-in showing of “one of those great ol’ movies about romance, racing and rock & roll!”
Directed by George Lucas, American Graffiti is a PG rated comedy that stars Hollywood legends Richard Dreyfuss, Ron Howard, Wolfman Jack, Harrison Ford, Paul Le Mat and Susan Summers. It’s a 1973 coming of age film, of teens cruising the strip in Modesto CA as the last summer night of 1962 closes in.
Drive-in opens at 7:30 and the movie begins at 8pm in the Staples Plaza at 3320 Stockton Hill Rd, on the north side of the I-40 & Stockton Hill Exit. Admission is $10 per vehicle, and includes everyone in the car. Car will be directed to the east end of the parking lot to enter. Drive in, sit in or take a lawn chair and turn on your radio, movie audio will be a transmitted via FM signal. The movie is 110 minutes, at the end of the showing, cars be directed to exit on the west end of the parking lot, nearest to Stockton Hill Road.
Arrive early and grab a bite at one of the restaurants in the plaza; Taco Bell, Subway, Plaza Bonita, Dominos or Peace Love Yogurt, which will stay open late for a cool treat to cap off the night.
For more information call Kingman Area Chamber of Commerce (Michelle) at 928-753-6253.
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