The Twilight Drive-In in Aldergrove was filled with cars and movie enthusiasts on a clear Friday evening, June 2. A similar event will be held at UVic on June 4, 5 and 6. (Troy Landreville Langley Times)

University of Victoria parking lot hosts drive-in movies

The Breakfast Club, Hook and The Life Aquatic shown on a 40-foot screen

A drive-in movie event comes to the University of Victoria this weekend.

For three nights, starting on June 4, UVic will host screenings of old-time favorites.

Thursday night will be the screening of Hook, on Friday The Life Aquatic will be played and on Saturday, The Breakfast Club will be shown.

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The shows will follow the provincial health officers’ protocols for physical distancing and pre-packaged snacks will be available for no-contract delivery to vehicles.

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The films will be shown on a 40-foot screen in parking lot 10, which has space for up to 50 vehicles. Tickets are $30 per parking space, with $5 of every ticket going to fund UVic student bursaries

The movies start at 9:30 p.m.

For more information visit legacydrivein.com.



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