The Tribeca Drive-In is bringing the big screen to America’s backyard this summer to help get communities back together safely through a shared cinematic experience. Pasadena joins locations in New York, and Texas, with drive-in movie screenings during the month of July.
Thursdays through Sundays in July, enjoy iconic and beloved movies at our very own Rose Bowl Stadium with concessions provided by local businesses. Tickets are $26 per car, and the audio will be broadcast on FM radio and via WiFi. Daytime and pre-sunset screenings will be fully visible through the use of bright, high resolution LED screens. COVID-19 safety measures will be in place for your protection and that of all attendees.
The month-long program kicks off on Thursday, July 2, with a 8:45pm screening of Jaws. The world premiere of the documentary John Lewis: Good Trouble is at 4:45pm. Both are included as Essential Workers Appreciation Night, and essential and frontline workers can sign up for free tickets on a first come, first served basis.