8/26 RV at The Audi Drive-In Theater presented by Bumble
RV at The Audi Drive-In Theater presented by Bumble

8/26 RV at The Audi Drive-In Theater presented by Bumble

The Audi Drive-In Theater at Buttermilk presents RV! Films will be shown on a 40 foot wide screen and audio will be transmitted via FM radio to vehicles in the parking lot. Passengers are required to remain in their vehicles unless you are using the restroom at Bumps. Sitting in a truck bed is allowed but sitting in chairs next to your vehicle is prohibited. Vehicles over 9′ in height will be placed in the back row. Attendees are welcome to bring in their own food and beverage.

Film Information
RV (2006)
The Munros are a typically American dysfunctional family, complete with rebellious, uncommunicative offspring and baffled parents. Patriarch Bob (Robin Williams) would like to remedy the situation before his son and daughter instant-message their parents out of their lives. Bob rents a motor home to take the clan on vacation but soon finds that camping and togetherness can be hazardous to one’s health.
Rating – PG
Length – 1h 39m

For more information on this event and to purchase your tickets, you can visit here!

Parking Permits
Purchase of a parking permit will grant access for a single vehicle and it’s passengers. The parking permits will be sent to the purchaser via email.

Arrival Instructions
Please keep all windows up as you pull into the parking lot from Owl Creek road. You will be placed into a queue and staff will approach the vehicle to scan the QR code on your mobile or printed ticket. If you must speak to staff please put on a mask and only lower the window no more than an inch.

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