SAN ANTONIO – San Antonio’s new movie venue has added more movies to the fall lineup including some Halloween classics and a few horror flicks.
The Drive-In at Fiesta Texas, hosted by Rooftop Cinema Club is located just outside the front gates of Six Flags Fiesta Texas
Here is the upcoming fall lineup, provided by Rooftop Cinema Club:
- September 21 “Stripes” (Military Mondays)
- September 22 “Selena”
- September 23 “Host” and “La Llorona” (2-for-1 Wednesday)
- September 24 "The Greatest Showman and “Texas Chainsaw Massacre”
- September 25 “Guardians of The Galaxy” and “Batman Returns”
- September 26 “Kane Brown” (Live concert) and “Zombieland”
- September 27 “Jumanji: The Next Level” and “The Matrix” (Community Screening)
- September 28 “American Sniper” (Military Mondays)
- September 29 “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them”
- September 30 “Jurassic Park”
- October 1 “Grease” and “Crazy, Stupid, Love”
- October 2 “Hotel Transylvania” and “Halloween”
- October 3 “Hocus Pocus" and "Relic”
- October 4 “Monsters Inc” and “The Craft” (Community Screening)
“The Drive-In at Fiesta Texas” is a contactless drive-in theater where guests can bring food or order concessions like popcorn, candy and soda from Rooftop Cinema or other on-site food truck partners.
Ticket prices are $24 or $32 per vehicle depending on seating preference and parking spaces are assigned on a first-come, first-served basis. Retired and active military can receive a 15% discounted ticket online with a valid military I.D., shown upon entering the venue, officials said.
On Sept. 23 guests can enjoy two movies for the price of one: “The Host” followed by “La Llorona,” a Spanish-spoken horror flick with feature English subtitles.
Military Mondays are also new. “The venue hand-picks a film each week worthy of a salute to the military, our local troops, veterans, and their loved ones,” according to cinema officials.
“Rooftop Cinema will host $5 ‘Community Screenings’ for those impacted by COVID-19 and also those in support of Black Lives Matter. 100% of the proceeds from the first film shown every Tuesday will be donated directly to the San Antonio Food Bank and to the Black Lives Matter organization,” according to cinema officials. Those screenings are notated in the list above.
Click here to view a parking map of the drive-in.