Film On The Rocks Drive-In: Friday
|Date||Start Time||Doors Time|
|Friday, September 18, 2020||7:30 PM||6:00 PM|
FRIDAY – It’s Friday and Craig Jones (Ice Cube) has just gotten fired for stealing cardboard boxes. To make matters worse, rent is due, he hates his overbearing girlfriend, Joi (Paula Jai Parker), and his best friend, Smokey (Chris Tucker), owes the local drug dealer money — and that’s all before lunch. As the hours drag on, Jones and Smokey experience the gamut of urban life, complete with crackheads, shoot-outs and overly sexual pastors, concentrated into one single, unbelievable Friday.
One ticket will allow access for one standard vehicle entry, regardless of number of passengers. All Film on the Rocks attendees should utilize Entrance 2 to enter the park. You will continue to the Lower South Lot 2 for ticket scanning from your vehicle.
RV’s, buses, or any hitched trailers are not allowed and will be denied entry. High profile vehicles will be directed to the back of the parking lot so as not to interfere with sight lines. We ask that you stay in your vehicle during the film except to use the restroom or buy concessions. No picnicking or grilling on the grounds, vehicle roofs or hoods please.
All tickets to Film on the Rocks 2020 include movie snacks that will distributed to each vehicle upon entry. A bag of CityPop Popcorn, theatre size box of plain M&M’s, 7oz Twizzlers, and two Coke products (choice of Coke, Diet Coke, Sprite, Dasani upon availability) will be included per vehicle ticket.
Please notify our drive-in staff if you are deaf or hard of hearing and require closer in parking to utilize the captioning on the movie.
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Please be aware that, according to the Outdoor Event guidelines set by local government, masks are required at any outdoor event, except for health reasons – including concerts, films, and fitness events at Red Rocks, the Denver Performing Arts Complex and other Denver venues. Please help us keep each other safe by wearing a mask and maintaining social distance. Local departments of public health may be on site at venues for enforcement purposes. If you feel unsafe at any time while in the venue, please let a staff, guest services or security staff person for assistance. Thank you for your assistance in guaranteeing compliance with these important safety measures.
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