WestView Drive In Re-Opening - Youth Week 2017

Westview Drive-in movie screen with event logo and vintage car in foreground

Dubbo Regional Council in partnership with Dubbo Youth Council is re-opening the West View Drive-In for one weekend as part of Youth Week 2017.

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Friday 7 April 2017

  • 6.30pm Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory
  • 9.10pm Top Gun

Saturday 8 April 2017

  • 6.30pm - Grease
  • 9.20pm - Dirty Dancing

Sunday 9 April

  • 7.30pm - A Nightmare on Elm Street 

Ticket information

Tickets are available online only at www.123tix.com.au

Tickets cost $35 (plus booking fees) per car (maximum 7-seater) no matter how many patrons are in the car (legally).

Each session is ticketed separately.

Frequently Asked Questions 

Who is running this event?

This event is brought to you by Dubbo Youth Council and Dubbo Regional Council as part of Youth Week 2017.

Is the cinema only open for one weekend or will it open permanently? 

The project team has only been given permission to open the WestView Drive-In for ONE weekend only on 7th, 8th and 9th April 2017. This is a one-off event that will not be repeated, it will be for one weekend only.

Can you attend both session on the same night?

Yes, but you will need to purchase a ticket to BOTH sessions, cars with tickets to the second show will be allowed to stay onsite between screenings.

Will there be reserved car sites?

No. We will not be reserving spaces for any guests, cars will be allocated their space on arrival in order of arrival.

Will alcohol be permitted onsite?

This is an alcohol-free event, no alcohol or illegal drugs permitted on site.

Will food be available onsite?

Yes, there will be food vendors onsite.

How do I become a food vendor at the event?

Expressions of interest have CLOSED for food vendors to apply. Successful applicants will be notified shortly.

Can I volunteer at the event?

Details to follow soon.

How will I hear the movie?

The company providing the audio and video for the event will broadcast the movie audio via FM Transmission, you will have to tune your car radio into the signal to hear the movie's audio.

There will be no closed captions available on the screen.

More information

Contact Council's Youth Development Officer Jason Yelverton on (02) 6801 4000.

Last Edited: 24 Feb 2017

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