We invite all automotive enthusiasts to celebrate the release of the next installment of The Fast & Furious franchise like never before. Auto Etiquette has partnered with the famous Circle Drive In to bring automotive enthusiasts together with a car meet during the afternoon & a drive in movie screening of “The Fate Of The Furious” at night. Don’t miss out on watching #F8 inside the car you love, surrounded by the enthusiasts who share the same passion for driving!
The car meet will be open to all vehicle makes & models. No registration needed for vehicle showcase. The car meet will also feature live music, giveaways, & more. Spots are occupied on a first come, first serve basis. If you want to park your vehicle closer to the movie screen, we suggest you arrive early to the car meet. The car meet will end at 7PM, but all vehicles will be allowed to stay in parking spots to watch the movie after.
Gearheads Giveback by Auto Etiquette will give a portion of proceeds to the Community Intervention Center of Scranton to help the homeless & people in need.
Food concession will feature foods such as hamburgers, hot dogs, french Fries, pierogies, onion rings, mozzarella sticks, pizza, ice cream, popcorn, & more.
- Location: Circle Drive In 1911 Scranton Carbondale Hwy, Scranton, PA 18508
- Pricing / Tickets: $16 per person (Movie included). Tickets will be sold on site.
- Date: Saturday April 15th, 2017
- Car Meet Time: @4PM-7PM (3:30PM roll in time)
- Movie Time: 8PM EST
About Circle Drive In Theatre:
The Circle Drive-in Theatre was built in 1945. It is one of the longest running drive-in theaters in America. The Circle Drive-in Theater operates from the spring to September each year showing first run features, suitable for all ages. In 2015 we added our second screen. In 2016 we won The Times-Tribune Reader’s Choice Award for “Best Drive-In Theatre”.
About Community Intervention Center in Scranton PA:
The Community Intervention Center in Scranton offers homeless Services, drug and alcohol services, mental health Services & so much more. The Community Intervention Center provides crisis intervention, information referral and situational advising to needy individuals seven days a week with no appointments necessary and no fee for service.