drive in at fiesta texas

Autumn is officially here, and the weather sure feels like it! So what better time could there be to get outside and experience and old school drive in movie?

With that idea in mind, The Drive-In at Fiesta Texas, which is hosted by Rooftop Cinema Club, has released it’s fall movie lineup. The schedule features some great classic horror films for Halloween. Here’s the schedule:

  • September 25 “Guardians of The Galaxy” and “Batman Returns”
  • September 26 “Kane Brown” (Live concert) and “Zombieland”
  • September 27 “Jumanji: The Next Level” and “The Matrix” (Community Screening)
  • September 28 “American Sniper” (Military Monday)
  • September 29 “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
  • September 30 “Jurassic Park”
  • October 1 “Grease” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love”
  • October 2 “Hotel Transylvania” and “Halloween”
  • October 3 “Hocus Pocus” and “Relic”
  • October 4 “Monsters Inc” and “The Craft” (Community Screening)
  • October 5 “Gladiator” (Military Monday)
  • October 6 “Shazam!”
  • October 7 “Vaselina (Grease)” (Spanish-spoken)
  • October 8 “Coraline” and “The Babadook”
  • October 9 “Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets” and “The Evil Dead”
  • October 10 “Black Panther” and “Possessor”
  • October 11 “Shrek” and “Death Becomes Her”
  • October 12 “Casablanca” (Military Monday)
  • October 13 “Aladdin (2019)”
  • October 14 “Parque Jurasico (Jurassic Park)” (Spanish-spoken)
  • October 15 “Halloweentown” and “The Blob (1958)”
  • October 16 “Shaun of the Dead” and “28 Days Later” (Zombie Weekend)
  • October 17 “Paranorman” and “Dawn of the Dead (2004)” (Zombie Weekend)
  • October 18 “Warm Bodies” and “Planet Terror” (Zombie Weekend)

The Drive-In at Fiesta Texas is located right outside the gates of the park. Tickets range from $24-$32 per vehicle. You can bring your own food or take advantage of onsite concessions.

For more information, you can visit the official site here.



Lynn Miller