Houston’s Rooftop Cinema Club’s new location will unveil city’s largest drive-in movie screen
Enjoy a blast from the past well-suited for present circumstances -- the old-fashioned drive-in theater -- at Rooftop Cinema Club’s newest Houston location. The new drive-in movie theater officially dubbed the The Drive-In off Navigation is located at 2300 Runnels St. in Houston’s East Downtown Management District, commonly referred to as EaDo. During the event, the venue will unveil the largest drive-in screen in the city at 64 feet, according to a press release. The Drive-In off Navigation will open with Jurassic Park at 7:30 pm, followed by Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy at 10:30 pm. The Drive-In off Navigation replaces Space City Shows, a pop-up drive-in movie experience opened in September.
Rooftop Cinema Club’s new drive-in theater rolls into Houston’s EaDo district with holiday movie lineup
Enjoy a blast from the past well-suited for present circumstances -- the old-fashioned drive-in theater -- at Rooftop Cinema Club’s new Houston location. As its name implies, the new drive-in movie theater is located in Houston’s East Downtown Management District, commonly referred to as EaDo. “We look forward to bringing more Love, Peace & Great Film to Houstonians in this much-needed time.”The Drive-In at EaDo replaces Space City Shows, a pop-up drive-in movie experience opened in September. “Rooftop Cinema Club shares a similar passion and purpose for outdoor cinema coupled with a unique experience, and as I work on my next venture, I’m excited to see where they take it.”During December, as Rooftop Cinema Club transitions into its new space, moviegoers will benefit from “soft launch” pricing. Community Screenings at the EaDo drive-in location will take place each Sunday during the second .
Space City Shows, first Black-owned drive-in theater, opens in Houston
HOUSTON – Drive-in movie theaters are surging in popularity due to the pandemic. The new drive-in east of downtown Houston is making history. Khairi Sharif, 26, is opening Space City Shows, the first Black-owned drive-in theatre in Houston. Since May, Sharif has been learning about movie licenses, liabilities and screen projectors, turning his dream into a reality. Now, he hopes Space City Shows motivates and inspires Black youth.