Boat Cinema: See a Movie From the Lake!
Have you heard about Boat Cinema? It's billed as a sort of floating drive-in, a float-in if you like, and it just might be the coolest way to experience movies this summer. With Boat Cinema, families in LA can watch movies on a big screen while lounging in small, family-sized boats.
The basic idea is that family groups can lounge together in small boats and enjoy a movie on the big screen.
The screenings all take place on Castaic Lake Swim Beach every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday this summer. Boats are available to rent, or you can snag a seat on a blanket on the beach.
It's more than just a movie, and the venue promises food, drinks, and music. Tickets prices are per Electric Mini Boats that seat up to 5 people for $279 (a VIP reservation in the front row is $349). To save a little cash, families can see a movie on a blanket on the beach for just $20 a person. Pack a picnic (though you must pay a "bring your own picnic" corkage fee—which is kind of an odd term, as actual wine, or any alcohol at all is prohibited) or order concessions in advance and have it waiting for you when you arrive. Food options include fully prepared picnics (with vegan and vegetarian options) and artisan pizza delivered right to your boat.
Tickets are now on sale, and the screening schedule has been announced.
Here's the lineup:
Friday, May 27: Boyz in the Hood
Saturday, May 28: Avatar
Sunday, May 29: A Perfect Storm
Friday, June 3: Jaws
Saturday, June 4: Jaws
Sunday, June 5: Pirates of The Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl
Friday, June 10: Jurrasic World
Saturday, June 11: True Romance
Sunday, June 12: Encanto
Friday, June 17: Crazy Rich Asians
Saturday, June 18: Clueless
Sunday, June 19: ET
Friday, June 26: Sex and the City
Saturday, June 27: Shrek 2
Sunday, June 28: Life of Pi