Where You Can Snag Free Tickets to a Pop-Up Drive-In Movie

This summer, the city of Pittsburgh has been showing free movies under the stars.
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When the pandemic canceled the city of Pittsburgh’s annual Movies in the Park program, organizers pivoted to Drive-In Movie nights. Six movies were scheduled at various outdoor locations – all of them for free.

The next flick under the stars is Saturday, Aug. 22, when “Charlie’s Angels” will be shown in the Carnegie Science Center parking lot. Gates open at 8 p.m.

While admission is free, the number of parking spaces is limited and everyone must register in advance. Tickets will be available starting at 10 a.m. Thursday, Aug. 20, at pittsburghpa.gov/events/cinema.

Attendees must wear masks or face coverings when outside their vehicles and practice social distancing when walking to and from the restrooms.

Two more movies are scheduled in September at locations to be determined later:

  • Sept. 5: “A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood”
  • Sept. 19: “Men in Black: International”

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