Row House Drive-In Cinema is happening most weekends in October, and we’re super excited. Below are some frequently asked questions and tips and tricks.

FAQs

Can I bring lawn chairs and sit outside?
For the safety and convenience of our guests, lawn chairs and other outdoor furniture will not be permitted. We’re asking moviegoers to stay within their car/trunks to ensure safe social distancing practices. Grills and other cooking devices will also not be permitted.

Can I BYOB?
No. As per PA law, all alcohol consumed must be served by a licensed bartender. Local breweries will be on site, and beer and cider will be available for purchase. Anyone who brings their own alcohol in will be asked to leave.

Do I have to wear a mask?
You must wear a mask anytime you’re buying concessions, talking to staff or within 6 feet of others.

Can I buy a ticket at the gate?
Nope. Tickets must be purchased online in advance.

Can I leave my car on during the movie?
For safety reasons, we are asking motorists not to idle their cars.  Headlights must remain off as well. No horns (…seriously)

What should I bring?
Blankets, warm clothes, your ticket information, some fun friends, a portable radio, and maybe a flashlight.

What should I NOT bring?
Grills, alcohol, lawn chairs, candles, laser pointers, weapons, fireworks, or pets. Anyone with any of these items will be asked to leave.

Can motorcycles come?
Sorry, but no. We cannot permit motorcycles for insurance reasons.

Can I bring my dog?
Pets will not be permitted. Service dogs will of course be allowed.

Other Information

-Some HD car radios have a slight delay (Toyotas in particular). For this reason, you may want to bring a portable radio to listen to the film’s audio in real-time.

-Since motorists cannot idle their cars, you won’t have heat! Don’t forget to dress in warm clothing and bring a few blankets to stay cozy.

-We will have popcorn, candy, soda, and beer for sale at our concessions stands.

-Will will have a jump kit available for your use if your car battery should die. (It happens.)

-If you have bright lights on your dashboard, consider bringing a towel to cover it during the movie.

 

Refunds & Exchanges
Before purchasing tickets, carefully review your event and showtime. There are no refunds, returns, or exchanges for any drive-in screening. If the weather is cold, light rain, etc, the event will likely not be canceled. If the event is not canceled and you choose not to come, or you can’t make the event, there are no refunds, returns, or exchanges.Refunds for Canceled Events
If the show is canceled for any reason, including severe weather, an attempt will be made to reschedule the event. If the event is not rescheduled, your ticket will be refunded upon request.

Refunds for Rescheduled Events
We’ll contact you with the new date and time ASAP. Can’t make it? Please let us know ASAP. If you are unable to attend the rescheduled event for whatever reason and you give us a 72-hour notice before the showtime, we can refund your ticket. There are no refunds, returns, or exchanges for regular film screenings less than 72 hours away.”

Pedestrians/Cyclist Policy 
We will not be able to accommodate pedestrians or cyclists. All ticket holders must arrive in a car.