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Drive-in cinemas in San Francisco you can go to this weekend

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Due to the pandemic, San Francisco has seen a resurgence of drive-in cinemas. They are an excellent socially distanced activity you can do. Some drive-in cinemas popped up in the last year and have now disappeared. A few have remained and are open this weekend.

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Watching movies at the drive-in is a fun activity for the whole family. A classic or a newly released movie on the big screen from the comfort of your own car is entertaining. This socially distanced event is a safe activity during a pandemic, and you don't even need to get dressed up.

If you haven't been to these drive-in cinemas, this is a must-do activity in San Francisco.

Please read on for drive-in cinemas in San Francisco you can go to this weekend. Make sure to check their respective websites for schedules.

West Wind Drive-In, Concord

This retro drive-in movie theater screens the latest Hollywood releases every night of the year. They offer multiple double features nightly.

Ticket prices are only $8.75 for adults and only $2 for children.

Tuesdays are family nights, and discounted tickets are $5.50 for adults and $1.75 for children.

1611 Solano Way, Concord. www.facebook.com/SolanoDriveIn

The Lark Theater

The Lark Theater has opened a Drive-In Theater in the North Parking Lot at The Village at Corte Madera.

They show classic movies every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday until their art-house cinema on Magnolia is safe to reopen.

Tickets are only $25 per car, with no limit on passengers.

Book online at www.larktheater.net. There are no door sales.

1557 Redwood Hwy, Corte Madera.

North Bay Drive-in

Drive-in enthusiasts have organized this pop-up mobile drive-in at pop-up locations in San Francisco. The free movie is projected onto the side wall of the Old Hamilton Theater building.

"We're enthusiasts and patrons of the projected arts determined to resurrect drive-up outdoor cinema! It's totally FREE and as simple as pointing your car at the side of a building, tuning your radio to 88.3 FM, and sitting back for a classic style drive-in experience. " - North Bay Drive-in.

A concession stand is available, and donations are welcome to offset costs.

Join the group online to find out about their semi-monthly events. Hamilton Theater building, Palm Drive, Novato

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Fort Mason Flix

The first pandemic theater in San Francisco, this pop-up theater has now closed.

FLIX has accomplished goals to keep the arts alive during the global pandemic and to help other non-profit and arts organizations host in-person events. - Fort Mason Center for Arts & Culture.

We hope you have a fun weekend at one of these drive-in cinemas in San Francisco. Please check their websites for opening hours and schedules.

If you love drive-in cinemas, Los Angeles has an abundance of retro and pop-up cinemas. Read 17 drive-in cinemas open in Los Angeles this weekend and plan to visit for a fun weekend away when suitable.

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