Film on the Rocks is back

Red Rocks film series prepares for another season with 13 holiday drive-in shows

Staff report
Posted 11/9/21

Film on the Rocks, the long-running series at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre giving film buffs a reason to head for the foothills, is preparing to kick off its 22nd season. This year, a classic …

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Film on the Rocks is back

Red Rocks film series prepares for another season with 13 holiday drive-in shows

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Film on the Rocks, the long-running series at Red Rocks Park & Amphitheatre giving film buffs a reason to head for the foothills, is preparing to kick off its 22nd season.

This year, a classic lineup of holiday favorites will be screened at the iconic venue Fridays through Sundays from Nov. 26 to Dec. 12. 

From fun films for the whole family like “The Polar Express,” “Home Alone” and “How the Grinch Stole Christmas,” to decidedly more grown-up fare like “Die Hard” and “Love, Actually,” Film on the Rocks — Holiday Drive-In, has something for everyone.

The Holiday Drive-In films will be shown in the Lower South parking lot at Red Rocks. Movie-goers will be able to watch from the warmth and comfort of their own cars. The films will be shown on an LED screen, with audio accessible via an FM radio frequency.

No RVs, buses or trailers will be allowed entrance, and high-profile vehicles will be asked to park in specific areas so they won’t interfere with sight lines of lower-profile vehicles.

Tickets can be purchased for $59.50 per car (regardless of the number of occupants), which gets you entrance, a soft drink, popcorn and candy. 

Visit www.redrocksonline.com/film to view the full schedule and purchase tickets.

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