BE KIND, REWIND! 2ND ANNUAL SAN FERNANDO VALLEY HALLOWEEN DRIVE-IN NIGHTS RETURN!
MY VALLEY PASS PRESENTS (2) NIGHTS OF RETRO
DOUBLE-FEATURE MOVIE NIGHTS
September 23, 2019 – Lake Balboa, CA. My Valley Pass (The San Fernando Valley’s #1 Visitors Guide) For the last two years a spectacular drive-in experience brought movie fans from all over L.A. to the Lake Balboa Complex. Each evening is packed with entertainment including pre-show music, food trucks, and more surprises. This year will also include upgrades to the films’ audio and projection capabilities as well as the facilities. Last year, 350 cars and over 2,000 fans attend-ed each show and this year things are only going to get bigger and better! Benefiting The Valley Relics Museum!
San Fernando Valley Halloween Drive-In Nights (October 11 & 12)
Lock your car doors, turn off your head lights, October is the month of the witching hour and My Valley Pass is presenting two-errie evenings of Halloween favorite double features. Each night begins with a fami-ly friendly favorite followed by a classic horror movie guaranteed to send chills up your spine!
Friday, October 11, 2019
Ghostbusters (PG) 1984 & Friday The 13th (R) 1980
Saturday, October 12, 2019
The Addams Family (PG-13) 1991 & The Exorcist (R) 1973
Pre-Sale ticket prices are $10.95 to $14.95 per person and can be purchased directly from MyValleyPass.com. For more information on show times, entertainment line-up and when gates will open for each night visit myvalleypass.com
About My Valley Pass – My Valley Pass is the official visitors guide for the San Fernando Valley. Learn about events, restaurants, nightlife, museums and points of interests. The Summer Drive-In Nights is their premier hosted event. They also offer (4) unique tours of the San Fernando Valley including a Film, Brewery, Bizarre and Restaurant Tour. For more information visit myvalleypass.com
About Valley Relics Museum The Valley Relics Museum boasts its vast collection of historical artifacts per-taining to the San Fernando Valley and surrounding areas. The collection includes rare documents, photo-graphs, vintage neon signs, post cards, year books, négatives, clothing, books, art, automobiles and bicy-cles from the Valley’s past. Valley Relics is a non-profit organization 501(c)3 with an endeavor to preserve and protect our local history and it artifacts while educating the public on the rich history of The San Fer-nando Valley. valleyrelicsmuseum.org