Southern Indiana’s Holiday Drive-In Announces 2023 Opening Weekend
The Holiday Drive-In in Reo, Indiana will be opening very soon for the 2023 season!
It's no secret that Holiday Drive-In is one of the hot spots in the Tri-State during the summer months. This drive-in theater, located in Reo, Indiana, has been a staple of the Evansville area since it opened its first screen in 1955. The Holiday Drive-In is now one of the oldest American drive-in theaters still in operation. Still, 68 years later, moviegoers eagerly await the drive-in theater's opening weekend throughout the cold winter months to go outside and enjoy movies under the stars. Honestly, it is my favorite place to visit during the summer in our area. The good news for us today is that we don't have too much longer to wait!
Holiday Drive-In Opening Weekend 2023
Fans of the drive-in will be happy to know that Holiday Drive-In will be opening up for the season very soon. I can not wait to go on opening night to watch two great movies for one low price and, of course, to enjoy my personal favorite: the double cheeseburgers!
Holiday Drive-In's signage outside the venue announced that they will soon be opening up for the season. Mark your calendars for May 5th, when the six-screen drive-in theater will officially open up for the 2023 season. They will be open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Movies for opening weekend will be announced at a later date.
As a Holiday Drive-In fanatic, I can tell you that typically, not all six screens will be operating the first weekend. The drive-in usually kicks off the season with two screens opening on the first weekend (Screens 1 and 2) and will add the other screens as the season progresses. During the summer, Holiday Drive-In is open every night. They also typically host a few dusk til' dawn nights, where three or four movies will play on Screen 1.
Tickets are $12.00 for adults and for children 4-11 are $6.00. Be sure to follow Holiday Drive-In on Facebook for all of the latest updates throughout the season.
Oh, and don't forget...The Holiday Drive-In has its own rules in place for patrons to adhere to. However, these unspoken rules are things that you should also follow...if you don't want to grind people's gears.