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Drive-In Information, Rules & Policies

Our primary goal is to entertain your family, provide a safe enviroment and maintain courtesy and consideration for all of our guests. Failure to follow our rules below or management direction will result in ejection without a refund.

All movie sound is broadcasted by radio on FM 102.3.  Be sure you bring a working FM radio.

 

Open rain or shine, no rain checks.

 

The use of laser lights, laser pointers, firearms, grills, fireworks or open flames is prohibited.

 

No alcohol or glass containers.

 

Pets are allowed. Please make sure your pet is on a leash and that you clean up after your pet.

 

Climbing on fences, screen supports or the building is not allowed.

 

Sky Vu management reserves the right to eject anyone causing vandalism or a disturbance without a refund

 

Outside food is prohibited.

Bringing in outside food to our theatre kills our chances of long term survival.

The majority of admission fees paid-- go back to the studios for film rental.  Concession sales is the only way we can survive and continue to bring Movies under the Stars.

 

 

 

Sky-Vu Drive In is not responsible for lost or stolen items.

 

WHAT TO BRING: We encourage you to bring blankets or chairs. Bring Frisbees, beach balls, soccer balls and more to play with out in front of the big screen before the show. Feel free to get a game going!

 

PARKING: One parking space per vehicle. Place chairs or blankets in front of your vehicle, facing the screen. Please park large SUVs, trucks or vans towards the back or where they do not obstruct views. For the safety of our patrons please enter only through the box office driveway.    Horse and buggy carts welcome too...just please park those taller buggies towards the back. PS- the horse gets in free!

 

Still photography, video or sound recording of a motion picture is a FEDERAL OFFENSE and violators will be prosecuted by the MPAA to the fullest extent of the law. Up to 20 years+ in some cases. Leave those cameras at home!