TICKETS FOR THIS EVENT ARE SOLD OUT HOWEVER YOU CAN BIKE OR WALK IN FOR FREE!
Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services and Creative Salem
present the July edition of the Summer Winter Island Pop Up Drive-In series.
There will once again be two sets of tickets on sale…
Screen Parking Passes for parking vehicles in view of the screen
Island Parking passes to have your car parked on Winter Island (Super convenient if you just plan on bringing your blankets, chairs and hanging out in the viewing area and you are ok with not having your car in view of the screen.) Your car will not be in view of the screen with these passes.
TICKETS ARE PER CAR, NOT PER PERSON!
Anyone attending by bike, foot or any other non-motorized transportation… no ticket is necessary and the event is free for you. There are multiple areas for people to put out blankets, set up lawn chairs etc.
Confirmed vendors/ CASH ONLY
Snacks and pizza by Salem Park, Recreation & Community Services
Music and sound by Upsidemedia, LLC
Lighting and Lasers by Retonica
Tiki Bar (Must be 21+ with ID by North Shore Bartenders )(Sponsored by Deacon Giles Distillery and Notch Brewing)
Full details with instructions will be sent out to car buyers a few days before the event and will be shared on this wall.
This event is RAIN OR SHINE and tickets are NON-REFUNDABLE!
Thanks again to OctoCog Marketing and Design for the poster!
Jaws is a 1975 American thriller film directed by Steven Spielberg and based on Peter Benchley's 1974 novel of the same name. In the story, a giant man-eating great white shark attacks beachgoers on Amity Island, a fictional New England summer resort town, prompting the local police chief to hunt it with the help of a marine biologist and a professional shark hunter. The film stars Roy Scheider as police chief Martin Brody, Robert Shaw as shark hunter Quint, Richard Dreyfuss as oceanographer Matt Hooper, Murray Hamilton as Larry Vaughn, the mayor of Amity Island, and Lorraine Gary as Brody's wife, Ellen. The screenplay is credited to both Benchley, who wrote the first drafts, and actor-writer Carl Gottlieb, who rewrote the script during principal photography.