Drive-in Movie in the Park North Harbour

Published 10:00am 3 June 2024

Drive-in Movie in the Park North Harbour
Words by Moreton Daily

Fasten your seatbelts and get ready for an evening of high-octane entertainment!

A drive-in movie in the park experience is coming to North Harbour in June.

On Saturday, June 15, get ready to experience the thrill of high-speed racing like never before.

Gather your friends and family and head to North Harbour to watch the original The Fast and the Furious (PG 13) movie from the comfort of your car!

A classic movie experience

The centerpiece of the evening is the screening of the iconic film that kickstarted a blockbuster franchise - The Fast and the Furious.

Movie-goers can tune their car radios to a designated frequency to listen to the movie's soundtrack while enjoying the action-packed sequences and drama unfold on the giant screen.

Car spaces are limited in front of the screen. Once places are filled there will be plenty of room in front of the cars to pull out the camping chairs and enjoy the film under the stars.

Please note closed captions will feature on the screen during the film.

Tasty treats from food trucks

What's a movie night without delicious snacks? Fear not - a selection of food will be available offering a variety of culinary delights.

Creative fun for little ones

The fun doesn't stop there!

Let your imagination soar with free face painting for the kids (and the young at heart), with talented artists transforming faces into whimsical works of art inspired by your favourite movie characters and themes.

Don't miss your chance to experience the thrill of The Fast and the Furious on the big screen at North Harbour's first ever drive-in movie event.

Drive-in Movie in the Park North Harbour is proudly presented by City of Moreton Bay and delivered by Moreton Bay Region Industry & Tourism.

Find more information here.

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