Drive In Movie This Saturday In Bishop! | Urban Cowboy Starring John Travolta

In the new Age of COVID-19, will history repeat itself and bring back the drive-in theater? Social distancing by car…how very American!

Go back to a safer time and place in history! Cinema history!

Time to bring the car culture back to where it belongs, at the movies!

Starting this Saturday!

 Tickets must be purchased online and are now available online through the TriCountyFair.com website home page.

John Travolta…with hair and an attitude.

The movie this Saturday, August 1st, is “Urban Cowboy” starring John Travolta. The fairground will have a complete calendar of future movies in the next few days.

If everyone follows the rules, this will be a weekly event.

(Gates open @ 7PM for Food Trucks)

MOVIE STARTS @ 9PM

Location is the “F Lot” at the fairgrounds – parking attendants will direct you to a spot.

Cost is only $20 per vehicle.

Cost is $20 per vehicle.

The number of passengers in your vehicle must not exceed the number of safety belts/seats. It is recommended that you only share a vehicle with household members with whom you have been sheltering in place.

There was no way we were not going to put Debra Winger’s photo on here! Urban Cowgirls are every bit as interesting as any urban cowboy.

  • High profile and lifted trucks will be parked in a special area

  • Sound will be transmitted through 103.9 FM

  • You must remain in your vehicles during the movie

  • You may watch from the bed of your truck, but masks are required

  • Masks are REQUIRED when outside of the vehicle at all times

  • Lawn Chairs are not permitted at this time

  • Restrooms will be available

Bishop Theater will be selling their delicious popcorn and other concessions during the movie direct to your vehicle. How’s that for service!

 

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5 Responses to Drive In Movie This Saturday In Bishop! | Urban Cowboy Starring John Travolta

  1. Erich Warkentine July 30, 2020 at 9:13 am #

    How about restarting the original? 🍿

    http://cinematreasures.org/theaters/30950

     
  2. Mono Person July 30, 2020 at 7:11 am #

    Some of the monies collected should go to Bishops Twin Theater – this small business has been decimated by the Rona. Or should I say, the politics of the Rona.

     
    • Charles O. Jones July 31, 2020 at 5:10 pm #

      153K deaths in five months in the US. Many more than that experiencing lasting physical deficits from the virus.

      Mono County goes from 40 cases to 141 cases in less than a month.

      But sure, keep singing that politics song.

       
    • Dee August 1, 2020 at 11:46 pm #

      It’s not about politics, it’s a fully global pandemic, public health and safety measures during a global pandemic are not political.

       
  3. Rick O'Brien July 30, 2020 at 12:08 am #

    Great (safe) way to get out of the house , and enjoy the cool,night air while enjoying a good movie from our youth . This movie set the trend & style for a lot of American’s when cowboy hats and boots flew off the shelves in the early 80’s . I still wear my Stetson and Tony Llamas on occasion .

     

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