Come join us for the Epic Drive In Experience at White Water Rafting LLC in Glenwood Springs, CO for a drive in showing of the summer classic, The Sandlot. Pack up your car with friends, family, snacks and blankets and enjoy a drive in movie in the comfort of your own vehicle. The parking lot will open at 7pm with the band Startcher Hutsen will be entertaining us from 7:30pm until 8:15pm the movie will begin at sunset. Tickets are provided at $50 per vehicle, you can have no more than 6 in one vehicle (from the same household) and you must have enough seatbelts in your vehicle for each passenger inside. No trailers, RV's, Buses, or other oversized vehicles will be allowed admission.
Starcher Hutsen has been playing acoustic rock and contemporary folk together for over 10 years. They won the locals choice award twice and continue to work around the Roaring Fork valley and Grand Junction. They are Stan Orr, Matt Stinson, and Kelly Ehlers, often with special guest artists.
Want some adventure before you enjoy the intimate drive in experience? Sign up for a 4pm rafting trip down the Colorado River through Glenwood Canyon with White Water Rafting LLC. To book your rafting experience click on the link below and use the code EpicMovie20 for 10% off and 10% donated to Epic Experience.
This event benefits Epic Experience. Epic Experience empowers adult cancer survivors and thrivers to live beyond cancer. Our pinnacle program brings cancer thrivers together for a free week long long adventure camp in the Rocky Mountains of Colorado. Throughout the week, participants challenge themselves physically, find community with other survivors, and talk through fears and worries, they gain hope and return home with insights to help them live and thrive beyond cancer. Epic Experience has other programs such as virtual workouts, beyond cancer video series and regional programs all created to empower the adult cancer community.
See COVID Rules & Regulations Below:
All guests must have a seatbelt. No more than six people per vehicle.
No weapons, legal or illegal drugs, or alcohol allowed.
No glass bottles of any kind.
Parking is based on a first-come-first-serve basis. The show is expected to be full. Please arrive early. Gates typically open an hour before showtime. Please check with your local theater for gate times.
Theater staff reserves the right to move cars as needed.
Guests must follow theater speed limits, cones and marked lanes.
Advertised start time is approximate. Show will begin as soon as the sun goes down.
Sound will be broadcast through FM radio. Please see local theater for details.
Headlights must be turned off when facing the screen.
Guests must adhere to all theater rules and policies as well as state and local laws.
Guests and staff will adhere to current CDC and state/local guidelines regarding social distancing as it pertains to the following in order to prevent the spread of COVID-19:
. Vehicle spacing
. Entering/exiting your vehicle
. Window guidelines
. PPE for staff
. Contactless payment and ticketing systems
. Restroom management, guidelines and procedures
Prepare before you attend:
. To limit car battery usage, bring a battery-operated radio to listen to the concert.
. Have hand sanitizer and mask(s) available.
Children should not be left unattended.
Once a vehicle or person leaves the theater, no re-entry will be permitted.
In the event of severe weather, you will be contacted regarding a reschedule or a potential refund.