Frequently Asked Questions

1. Where can I buy movie tickets?
Tickets can be purchased online here or in person at our ticket booth the night of the show.


2. Do you accept credit cards?

We accept Visa, Mastercard, and Discover. If your card does not have one of these logos on it we do not accept it.


3. When do the movies start?

Movies start at dusk. For more specific times please check the individual movie page you wish to attend.

4. Can I purchase a ticket after the movie starts?
Yes you can. You can purchase them online or in person as normal.

5. Can you play [MOVIE TITLE]? I really want to see it.
We’ll sure try. We choose our movies every Monday based on a variety of factors. We do our best to choose movies that will be interesting to the widest possible audience.

6. Is the flea market open?
The flea market is open every Sunday from 6am until 3pm, rain or shine. If it is closed for any reason we will post the closing on both or website and our facebook page.

7. How much are flea market vendor spots?
Spots are $15 per Sunday. Spots are first come, first served. However, vendors can prepay for the year and reserve their spot if desired. There is no discount for prepaying for the year. See onsite flea market staff for details.

8. I purchased my ticket online and now can’t attend the show. How do I get a refund?
Refund requests should be sent to tickets@gardendrivein.com. Refunds typically take 3-5 business days to process. Refund requests must be made before the show begins. Tickets are not refundable once the movie has started.

9. When do the gates open for the movies.
Gates open roughly two hours before the start of the movies.

10. Can I sit outside my car and watch the movie?
Yes you can! However,

As of July 1, 2020, to protect the public from the spread of COVID-19, Governor Wolfe is requiring the following:
Individuals are required to wear face coverings if they are:
A: outdoors and unable to consistently maintain a
distance of six feet from individuals who are not
members of their household.
B: in any indoor location where members of the public
are generally permitted.
“Face covering” means a covering of the nose and mouth that is secured to the head with ties, straps, or loops over the ears or is wrapped around the lower face.

11. Will there be fireworks this year?
There will be no fireworks this year.

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