One805 Drive-In Movie Mondays
**Events may have been canceled or postponed. Please contact the venue to confirm the event.
Date & Time
Mon, Jul 13 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
Mon, Jul 20 7:30 PM - 10:00 PM
907 S Kellogg Ave, Goleta, CA 93117
Goleta West Wind Drive-In Movie Theatre
Drive-In Movie Mondays at the Goleta West Wind Drive-In
Purchase tickets here or cash only tickets will be available at the door. Bring your printed receipt of $50 (or more as this is a donation) as your ticket to enter the drive in. Proceeds will go to Santa Barbara County emergency preparedness and response efforts.
Tickets are a flat fee of $50 per car and tax deductible, as One805 is a 501(c)(3) public charity. Individual hand sanitizer bottles are included in your ticket price and provided upon entry. Doors open at 7:30 with music and entertainment provided until the movie begins at 8:30. Car and costume contest winners will be awarded prizes and announced at 8:15.
Cars will be safely spaced 10 feet apart with room to sit outside, near your vehicle if desired. Please bring your own mask as they are required when leaving your car bubble to use restroom or concession stand. You are welcome to bring in your own food and beverages.
Monday July 13th – Grease –
Grab your leather jackets and fire up the Thunderbird- it’s time for Grease Lightning!
Monday July 20th – Back To The Future –
“Great Scott!” Join us in going back to the future!
Pre-sale tickets for Drive-In Mondays are available at www.One805.org, or cash-only tickets will be sold at the door. Tickets are a tax-deductible donation of $50 or more per car.
Music and entertainment is provided before the movie, which includes prizes for the best car and costume. Gates open at 7:30, movie starts at 8:30, with social distancing strictly enforced. Individual hand sanitizer included in the ticket price and provided upon entry. Room to sit beside your vehicle if desired, but mask required when leaving your “bubble” to visit concession stand or restroom.
President and co-founder Richard Weston Smith urges the public to give their support: “with budgets being slashed, now more than ever funding is needed in our county for vital safety equipment. Emergencies are not scheduled events – they strike without warning, so please be aware, be prepared and stay connected. We are one community, we are one 805, and together we are more resilient.”
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