Freelance writer with a BA double majoring in Literature and Australian History who loves finding random places of social or historical treasure whilst travelling around visiting festivals, markets and quaint cafes with my husband and baby
Classic cars, drive in movies and rockabilly
This Saturday, 22 March, is Nostalgia Night at Yatala Drive In.
The evening starts at 3pm with a car show followed by a choice of 3 different double feature movies.
Break out your Happy Days gear and rock around the clock with live rockabilly music, prizes and giveaways, an old time diner selling hamburgers and milkshakes and lots of classic mustangs, cadillacs and dodges. The public are encouraged to dress up and bring their classic cars along.
Yatala Drive In Kiosk
Listen to live bands playing the hits of the 50's and 60's while you down a soda and check out the classic cars being shown off by proud owners. There is face painting and rides for the kids, and dogs on leashes are allowed.
At 7pm settle down in your own car or camping chair, and watch a choice of 3 different double features on the 3 screens:
Field 1 - Need for Speed, Rise of an Empire Filed 2 - Peabody & Sherman, Non-Stop Field 3 - Frozen (includes Sing-A-Long), The Monuments Men
The Nostalgia Night is on twice a year at the Yatala Drive In and is assured to keep the whole family happy.
Tickets are purchased on arrival and changing fields between movies is permitted if you want to mix the double features.