There’s nothing like enjoying a night out with the family. A night at the drive-in answers the call for more nights to enjoy. Here is our list of Southern California drive-ins.
Electric Dusk Drive-In Movie Theater
Electric Dusk Drive-In LA's longest running Outdoor Movies Drive-In theater company and outdoor movie venue since 2012. Available for private and public screenings.
ADDRESS: Van de Kamp Bakery Building 2930 Fletcher Drive &, N San Fernando Rd, Los Angeles, CA 90065, United States
The Madera Drive-in Theater
The Madera Drive-in which originally opened in 1948 as the El Rio Drive-in, is a two screen drive-in which is located in Madera, CA.
ADDRESS: 201 E Lincoln Ave, Madera, CA 93638, United States
Mission Tiki Drive in Theater
Mission Tiki Drive-in is a restored drive-in theater with a Tiki theme screens films outdoors & hosts popular Swap Meet market.
ADDRESS: 10798 Ramona Ave, Montclair, CA 91763, United States
Paramount Twin Drive-in Theater
Paramount Drive-In Theatre's is bigger, brighter, and better than ever before. Featuring two 75 foot screens, Barco Digital Laser projection, FM radio sound, an expanded food menu, and a clean, safe, and friendly environment. We are confident you will not find a better drive-in theatre experience anywhere.
ADDRESS: 7770 Rosecrans Ave, Paramount, CA 90723, United States
Rubidoux Drive-in Theater
The Rubidoux, with its original 1948 screen tower still standing tall, is the last of the classic drive-in theatres remaining in Southern California. Though it retains much of its original character, time has transformed this gem into a thoroughly modern outdoor theatre. In a culture where family time has become so rare, and the price of movie tickets are breaking the budget, the time is right once more for the drive-in to satisfy the national thirst for affordable, quality, family entertainment. Fortunately the drive-in theatre is not a forgotten relic, but an exciting living history, and thanks to The Rubidoux and other theatre's like it, drive-ins are once again poised to be a familiar American movie-going experience. After all, why just go and see a movie when you can experience one?
ADDRESS: 3770 Opal St, Riverside, CA 92509, United States
Santee Drive-In Swap Meet
The Santee Drive-In was originally purchased in 1958 by John Elliot Forte and Walt Long. Walt Long and his son, Mike Long, have graciously managed it over the last 63 years. In 2020, the Long Family retired, and the Forte Family decided to take over management. We continue to be family-owned and operated.
ADDRESS: 10990 Woodside Ave. North, Santee, CA 92071
Skyline Drive-in Theater
Established in 1964 the Skyline Drive-in Theatre is perfect for a fun night out. They have two screens showing current releases with concession stands & audio piped through an FM radio station.
ADDRESS: 31175 Old Highway 58, Barstow, CA 92311
Solano Drive-in Theater
West Wind Drive-in has been family owned and operated from day one. They opened their first drive-in theatre in 1952 and today they own and operate the largest drive-in theatre chain in the world with four in California, one in Arizona and two in Nevada. In fact, they have recently reopened two drive-ins that had been shuttered for years: Solano Drive-In in Concord, California and the Santa Barbara Drive-In in Goleta, California. They were one of the first drive-in theatre's to fully embrace technology with the installation of the largest digital projectors available.
ADDRESS: 1611 Solano Way, Concord, CA 94520
Southbay Drive-in Theater
The South Bay Drive-in first set sail in 1958 and soon became a backyard vacation destination for San Diego area families with kids and young adults looking for an easy breezy date night under the stars. All hands were on deck before we first opened to hoist up our original 100 foot screen. The South Bay now boasts the best and brightest picture quality available at any drive-in!
ADDRESS: 2170 Coronado Ave, San Diego, CA 92154, United States
Street Food Cinemas
Launched in 2012, Street Food Cinema is more than just an outdoor movie. It’s an experience. Bringing together the best in pop culture films, gourmet street food and progressive new music, Street Food Cinema reinvents the traditional movie going experience – al fresco style. Every element is carefully curated to develop the unique atmosphere that makes audiences want to come back again and again.
ADDRESS: 1617 Colorado Blvd, Los Angeles, CA 90041, United States
Sunset Drive-in Theater
Good Ol' Americana...Grab your pillow, blanket, comfy camping chair and a buddy and head out for a night of good, clean family fun. Chairs and Pick-up beds are ok to watch movies in.
ADDRESS: 255 Elks Ln, San Luis Obispo, CA 93401, United States
Tribeca Drive-in Theater
Tribeca Drive-In is headed to Rose Bowl this summer to bring communities together safely for a nostalgic cinematic experience. Enjoy classic films, blockbusters, and shorts throughout August with concessions from local businesses.
ADDRESS: 1001 Rose Bowl Dr, Pasadena, CA 91103
The Vineland Drive-In Theatre has been open since 1955 and it has been in operation ever since. Vineland Drive-in is a Multiple Screen Drive-In Movie Theatre with Snack Bar Located in City of Industry CA,
ADDRESS: 443 Vineland Ave, City of Industry, CA 91746, United States