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West Wind Las Vegas Drive-In

North Las Vegas

This 50-year-old institution has survived several changes in ownership and the increasing popularity of indoor multiplexes, leaving it as Vegas's only remaining drive-in. It's ideal for traditionalists and cheapskates who favour bringing their own drinks and snacks, though lights emanating from the surrounding sprawl have affected visibility. Six screens offer double features of current releases; sound is available through your FM radio.

Venue name: West Wind Las Vegas Drive-In
Address: 4150 W Carey Avenue
Las Vegas

Cross street: at N Rancho Drive
Venue phone: 702 646 3565
Transport: Bus Deuce, 201
Price: Admission $6 per person; $4 Tue
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