Sonoma County has a rich history of drive-in movie theaters, and Kevin McNeely and the Sonoma International Film Festival are looking to tap into some of that old nostalgia with a drive-in movie event.
Despite COVID-19 bringing its challenges to the world of film, the SIFF team is working to find creative ways to allow moviegoers to enjoy the arts while also staying safe.
The festival is hosting drive-in screenings on July 3 and 4 at Sonoma Skypark airport.
“According to the state and county guidelines, it seemed like a drive-in would be the most effective way to show movies while also staying safe and healthy,” said festival Executive Director Kevin McNeely. The fun will begin at 7 p.m. both days as up to 100 cars will arrive for some live music and catering from Cuvee Wine Country Events.
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