“Rocky Horror” Under the Stars at Elings Park

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Date & Time

Fri, Oct 22 6:30 PM - 10:00 PM

Address (map)

1298 Las Positas Rd

Venue (website)

Elings Park

“The Rocky Horror Picture Show,” the madcap horror musical that has become a cultural phenomenon, screens under the stars at a benefit presented by Pacific Pride Foundation (PPF) and Elings Park on Friday, October 22 from 6:30 to 10 p.m. Ages 21+.

Attendees are encouraged to come in costume to this COVID-safe (see below) event which also includes Halloween-inspired performances by two popular local drag queens, Vivian Storm, and Angel D’Mon. The screening is outdoors in an open, grassy field at Elings Park. Food, beer, and wine are available for purchase.

“We’re excited to partner with Elings Park to provide this opportunity for the community to come together safely for what we hope will be an annual tradition,” said Kristin Flickinger, PPF executive director. “Put on your party clothes, bring your props, and get ready to dance the Time Warp again!”

Tickets to Movie Night – Featuring “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” are $15 per person, available at www.Nightout.com (https://nightout.com/events/movie-night-featuring-rocky-horror-picture-show/tickets). Limited parking is available onsite for $10, on a first-come-first-served basis. Proceeds benefit PPF and Elings Park programs and services.

Owners may leave their cars at Elings Park, at their own risk, until 10 a.m. on Saturday, October 23; they are encouraged to drink responsibly and consider using Lyft or Uber. Attendees may bring blankets, pillows, or low chairs that have a seat that rests on the ground with a low back. Tall chairs are not allowed. Allowable chair height is from ground to seat is 6″ and from seat to top of chair 21.

COVID-Safe Event

Proof of vaccination or negative test required for entry, along with government-issued ID. Masks are required for use of the restrooms. All unvaccinated or partially vaccinated guests are required to show proof of a negative COIVD-19 test dated within 72 hours from the time of entry to the venue.

Accepted proof of vaccination includes CDC Vaccination Card, vaccine card (original, printed copy, or photo on phone), or CA Digital Vaccine Record. Accepted COVID-19 tests are diagnostic, molecular, tests, antibody (serology), RT-PCR, and NAAT. Over-the-counter tests are not accepted.

About the Drag Queens

Angel D’Mon is a local Santa Barbara Queen and a host of the very successful “Glitter Brunch.” She also can be seen at trivia or drag queen storytime throughout Santa Barbara and Ventura counties. Angel has been working with PPF for the past two years.

For the past 12 years, Vivian Storm has created powerful storms leaving wigs snatched and paths paved with glitter and style. She loves investing her time and energy in cultivating spaces where people can laugh, love, and explore the power of their authentic selves.

About “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” Phenomenon

A box office flop that was pulled from the few screens showing it in 1975, “The Rocky Horror Picture Show” was resurrected by a devout fanbase fueled by midnight screenings. It has since grossed over $170 million worldwide and holds the record for the longest continually running movie release of all time.

It was originally a musical play created in 1973 by Richard O’Brien who portrayed Riff Raff in both the stage and film versions. The 1975 movie version was not a success upon release and only gained popularity after audience-participation midnight showings spread from New York City throughout the country.

Tim Curry made his screen debut as Frank N Furter, the transvestite scientist from outer space who seduces both Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), a young couple who stumble on his castle on a rainy night. Other film cast members include Peter Hinwood as Rocky Horror, Dr. Furter’s monster creation; Patricia Quinn as Riff Raff’s incestuous sister Magenta, Little Nell as the tap-dancing groupie Columbia, Meatloaf as a juvenile delinquent biker named Eddie, and Jonathan Adams as Eddie’s uncle Dr. Scott.


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