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The organization behind New York’s famed Tribeca Film Festival is headed to L.A. for a series of drive-in movie screenings and comedy shows this summer.
The Tribeca Drive-In will be setting up at the Rose Bowl parking lot each weekend in July. The series, which is also being staged in New York and Texas, includes screenings of classics new and old, like Jaws, E.T., Girls Trip, The Neverending Story, Do the Right Thing, Space Jam, Wonder Woman, Mean Girls, Beetlejuice and Creed.
Plus, from July 9 through 12, the venue will flip into a comedy club with sets from Dave Helem, Ester Steinberg, Daniel Webb and Erica Rhodes—indie producer Comedy Dynamics will be recording each show to release as a special later on.
You’ll pay a flat $30 for each vehicle, and though many nights have two movies showing, your ticket is only good for one of them (depending on how many people you bring, this makes it a bit pricier than L.A.’s longstanding drive-in theaters, where a single ticket gets you admission to a double feature). And if you’re looking at some of the early showtimes and wondering how that’ll work, the series is setting up an LED screen in the stadium’s parking lot, where the screenings are held, that’ll be visible in the daytime.