DriveInTO FAQ

What time should I arrive?
To avoid long line-ups, we suggest that you arrive 45-60 minutes prior to the show

What if it rains?
The movie is on rain or shine. In case of extreme weather, we may close for the night. We will announce this on our website and social channels.

Will there be any food available?
Food and beverage will be available for purchase.

Are the spots reserved?
No. Spots will be issued on a first-come, first-served base. We highly suggest you attend in a regular sized vehicle. Large vehicles will be placed in the designated “large vehicle area”. If you wish to park next to another vehicle, please arrive together.

How will I hear the movie?
We will broadcast directly through your car’s radio, tune in to 89.9 FM.

Where I can get tickets?
These screenings are free but will require you to get a ticket via our website. If you have questions or require further information, please email [email protected] or call us at 416-314-9900 ext. 0.

Can I get tickets onsite?
Yes, the onsite Box Office will open two hour prior to the screening (we reserve the right to open earlier if there is a line-up) and will close 15 minutes after the start of the movie. We highly recommend pre-ordering your tickets to avoid lineups and disappointment.

What if I’m late to the movie?
Access to the screening is guaranteed to ticket-holders until 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the movie. There will be no further admittance after the start of the screening.

Will Rush Tickets be available?
Some screenings may be eligible for rush tickets. Please arrive at least 20 minutes prior to the scheduled start time of the screening. We will begin letting those waiting in the Rush Line 15 minutes before the start of the screening, provided there is space available. Rush Line will be allowed in on a first-come, first-served basis.

My car has daytime running lights. What should I do?
Most daytime running lights will turn off when you engage the emergency brake. Shut off your vehicle, set the emergency parking brake, then turn your vehicle back on. Before the movie starts, please do a “test” to ensure that this works, so as to ensure that your lights don’t disturb others during the movie if you start your car.

Will the drive-in kill my battery? And if so, what do I do?
Leaving your radio on should not drain your battery. We strongly recommend that you do not run your engine for long periods during the movie. Noisy car engines are bothersome to your neighbors in the next car.

Can I come with my van/truck/jeep/suv?
Vans, trucks, high tops, jeeps, SUV’s, RV’s must park the in back row so not to block the view of the screen. No exceptions.

COVID-19 rules:
– Physical distancing should be observed at all times, with a minimum of two metres between individuals when outside of vehicles.
– Vehicles must be parked two metres apart.
– Do not leave your vehicle unless absolutely necessary. Washroom visits should be single person or one adult/one child. Masks are required when leaving your vehicle
– No objects can be exchanged between cars.

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