Can I buy a ticket onsite?
All tickets are available for online purchase only.
Day-of sales may take place online, pending an event’s availability. A digital ticket will be emailed to you upon completion of your purchase.
Does each attendee require a ticket?
No, only one ticket is required per vehicle regardless of the number of passengers.
Is there a limit on the amount of attendees per vehicle?
No. You may bring as many passengers as your vehicle can safely accommodate.
Will weather or rain impact my showing?
Some weather (e.g. severe thunderstorms) will delay or cancel screenings. Our team is continuously watching the weather and will decide day-of whether it is safe to hold screenings. All ticket holders will be contacted via email in the event of a cancelation. We’ll also have staff on site to communicate any cancelation. Attendees will be refunded if a screening is cancelled due to severe weather conditions. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
When do I need to arrive for the event?
The Drive-In will open 60 minutes before the listed show time. It is recommended to arrive at least 30 minutes before the gate time found on your ticket. Parking spots will be assigned on a first come, first served basis.
Do I need a mask to attend the event?
Yes. Upon entering, the driver and each passenger must show that they have their own mask. Masks will be required anytime a guest leaves the vehicle.
How will my ticket be taken?
Ticket scanning will be contactless.
How do I know where to park?
Vehicles will be guided to parking spots by event staff, and may be directed to certain areas of the lot based on the vehicle’s size to ensure an optimal viewing experience for all guests.
Vehicles will be spaced every other parking spot or at least six feet apart.
All vehicles must face forward. No vehicles may back into a space.
What should I do about my headlights?
Please dim your headlights before pulling into the theater and turn your lights (head, tail and interior) off before the film starts.
What types of vehicles are allowed?
Oversized and unenclosed vehicles are prohibited, including but not limited to: large vans, limousines, mopeds, motorcycles, RVs, scooters, and vehicles with open tops. Please contact customer service if you are unsure if your vehicle will be permitted.
Are bikes and pedestrians allowed?
Pedestrians and bicyclists will not be permitted within the perimeter of the ticketed event site.
Are pets/dogs allowed into the screenings?
Only service animals are allowed and must be kept on leash.
CONCESSIONS & SERVICES
Will there be restrooms available?
Yes. Temporary restroom facilities will be available onsite, although it is encouraged to use the restroom before arriving.
All onsite restrooms will undergo enhanced cleanings before, during and after each event.
All guests are expected to practice social distancing while waiting in line for the restrooms.
Will there be concessions available?
Yes. Concessions will be available.
All guests are expected to practice social distancing while waiting in line for services.
How should I dispose of trash?
There will be receptacles onsite, although please keep trash in your vehicle when possible.
Please do not litter.
DURING THE EVENT
Can I picnic or tailgate during the film?
No. There is no picnicking on the grounds, vehicle roofs, hoods, trunks, or truck beds.
Can I leave my vehicle during the event?
All guests must stay inside their vehicle during the event except to use the restrooms or purchase concessions.
Masks are required any time you are outside your vehicle.
When outside your vehicle, please be respectful of others’ space.
Can I keep the engine idling?
Please refrain from idling your engine. If you need to periodically start your car to keep your battery charged, please limit the amount of time you are idling. For nighttime screenings, be aware that any lights in your car will be a distraction to others.
What should I do about my headlights?
Please dim your headlights before pulling into the theater and turn your lights (head, tail & interior) off before the movie starts
How will I hear the movie?
All films are broadcast and can be heard in your vehicle using your FM Radio.
The specific FM channel to tune to will be listed on the screen during the pre-show trailer.
If your vehicle is not equipped with a radio, it is recommended to bring one. The frequency will be provided at check-in and shown on screen.
AT&T Stadium & Rose Bowl: In addition, streaming quality audio will be available via wifi. Audio can be fed via Bluetooth or Aux cord to your car stereo.
How does the projection work during daylight hours?
We will be using bright, high resolution LED screens, which are visible during all daylight hours.
Please visit tribecafilm.com/covid and tribecafilm.com/covid-ny to view COVID-19 event waivers.
Questions or concerns, please contact: email@example.com