Houston’s Rooftop Cinema Club celebrates spooky season with spine-chilling Halloween lineup
Cinephiles, take your love of movies outdoors with a trip to one of the Space City’s coolest theaters: Rooftop Cinema Club Uptown. The popular open-air, rooftop venue reopened in September after closing in 2020 amid the COVID-19 pandemic. Come October, the venue will screen several spooky favorites, including The Nightmare Before Christmas, Hocus Pocus, Texas Chainsaw Massacre, Halloween and The Addams Family.
LIST: ‘Selena’ among movies planned for Rooftop Cinema Club venue opening off Navigation
HOUSTON – February is looking “lovely” as Houston’s Rooftop Cinema Club is set to open their new venue in Houston’s East End District. The Drive-in off Navigation is set to open Thursday. Tickets are $5 per vehicle up to two occupants, and $10 per vehicle for three or more occupants. Tickets for The Drive-In off Navigation are available starting at 2 p.m. Tuesday and cost between $22-$36 per vehicle, depending on vehicle occupancy and the day of screening. These are the featured February films:Feb. 3: “Father of the Bride,” “50 First Dates”Feb. 4: “Romeo & Juliet,” “Friday the 13th”.
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 At EADO’ now open
HOUSTON – Rooftop Cinema Club just recently moved to their new home in EADO, and now you can safely watch your favorite holiday movies from the comfort of your car! ‘The Drive-In At EADO’ previously occupied by Space City Shows, and now RCC keeping the fun going by showing holiday movie classics like Elf, Home Alone, A Madea Christmas, The Nightmare Before Christmas, National Lampoon’s, and more all month long. All this month they have soft-open-pricing, while they continue to prepare the venue for next month’s grand opening. Plus, Community Screenings continue every Sunday for $5 for the second screening of the night. Watch as Lauren Kelly chats with Eric Herrera from Rooftop Cinema Club about all the fun at the new drive-in!
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 .
LIST: Sawyer Yards drive-in announces movie screenings for November
Before it’s lights out, Rooftop Cinema Club, which runs the drive-in, rolled out a list of screenings for November. Guests can enjoy the venue’s most-popular films plus two new 2020 releases: The Secret: Dare to Dream and The Broken Hearts Gallery. For a late-night-date-night Sunday through Thursday, the venue offers $20-per-vehicle tickets (for 2 people) for all 9:45 and 10:15 p.m. screenings. Every Sunday night, the venue offers tickets for only $5 per vehicle for the 9:30 and 10:15 p.m. show. The drive-in cinema has yet to announce its new location, which is slated to open in December.
Ready to watch your fall favorites? Rooftop Cinema Club’s lineup features ‘Hocus Pocus,’ ‘Ghostbusters’ and more
HOUSTON – Rooftop Cinema Club is bringing in the fall drive-in season with comic book heroes, Halloween favorites, romance films and more. Guests can also continue enjoying Rooftop’s popular $5 “Community Screenings” every Sunday where 100% of the proceeds are donated directly to the Houston Food Bank and the Black Lives Matter organization. For a late-night-date-night Sunday through Thursday, the venue offers $20-per-vehicle tickets (for 2 people) for all 10-11 p.m. screenings. Doors open one hour prior to all 7:30-8 p.m. screenings and 30 minutes prior to the 10-11 p.m. screenings. Guests are encouraged to arrive early as parking spaces will be assigned for each section on a first-come-first-serve basis.
Rooftop Cinema Club’s Drive-In at Sawyer Yards a perfect way to be social, and socially distant | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2
Rooftop Cinema Club’s Drive-In at Sawyer Yards a perfect way to be social, and socially distant | HOUSTON LIFE | KPRC 2Published: July 23, 2020, 3:09 pmHave you missed going to the movies lately? How about enjoying a contact-free movie experience? Rooftop Cinema Club presents The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards, for a safe, “away from home” movie experience.
Rooftop Cinema Clubs Drive-In at Sawyer Yards a perfect way to be social, and socially distant
HOUSTON Rooftop Cinema Clubs Drive-In at Sawyer Yards is a great way to enjoying a contact-free movie experience. Movies are shown on a 100-ft screen projected on silos, and you can find the audio on dedicated FM radio stations. Guests have the option to bring their own snacks, order concessions from Rooftop Cinema Club, or food from on-site food truckswhich is all done online for a safe, contact-less, experience. Doors open at 7:15 p.m. for the first showings each night starting at 8:30 p.m., and 30 minutes prior for the 11 p.m. showings. Masks are required for any time you step out of your vehicle.
Rooftop Cinema Club’s Blvd. Place location will open on June 16. Here’s what you need to know.
HOUSTON – Summer nights on the rooftop are coming back to Houston as Rooftop Cinema Club’s Blvd. Place location will reopen with classic movie showings starting June 16, Houston CultureMap reported. Opening Night will start off with popular classic films such as “Pretty Woman,” “Love Jones” and “The Birdcage”, Rooftop Cinema Club said on their website. To purchase tickets, click here. Rooftop Cinema Club has two other drive-in locations in the Heights area (at Sawyer Yards, 2301 Summer, Houston) and Spring (next to Hurricane Harbor Splashtown, 213000 I-45 Frontage, Spring).
Kick boredom to the curb with these 6 kid-friendly ideas for summer in Houston
HOUSTON School is out, which means families are going to have to get creative to keep kids entertained in this new social distancing environment! This is excellent for social distancing because youre all in your own car which whoever you came with. Both of those places have plenty of ways to spread out with social distancing. Its a big place so theres lots of place to spread out and theyre doing a lot of social distancing things. There will also be some stickers on the ground to promote social distancing.
Rooftop Cinema Club opens second drive-in location in Spring
HOUSTON – The Rooftop Cinema Club announced the opening of its second drive-in location in Spring. The outdoor cinema, called “The Drive-In at Spring" will open Friday and will allow guests to have a contactless cinema experience from their vehicles. Similar to the Sawyer Yards theater, the Spring venue opens with two screenings every night of the week. Ticket pricing will start at $28 per vehicle, regardless of occupancy and guests have the option to bring their own snacks, order from the Rooftop Cinema concessions stand or from their partner The Burger Joint food truck, that will be located on-site. The cinema will also have community screenings with a small $5 donation per vehicle that will also be available at the new venue to help those impacted by COVID-19.
What you need to know about Rooftop Cinema Club’s new retro-style, contact-less movie experience
HOUSTON – Movie theaters were among the businesses allowed to open for phase one of Gov. The governor put strict guidelines in place for businesses that were allowed to reopen and, in an effort to promote those guidelines, the Rooftop Cinema Club is bringing back the drive-in movie. The Drive-In at Sawyer Yards will open May 12. You can find it at Sawyer Yards at 2301 Summer St., behind Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co.What can you expect? Guests have the option of bringing their own snacks or ordering concessions from Rooftop Cinema, or food and drinks from their partner, Buffalo Bayou Brewing Co., which is located on site.