Retro Drive-in Movies @ Leopardstown Racecourse

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Leopardstown Racecourse, Saturday 8th August - Sunday 30th August

Retro Drive-in Movies @ Leopardstown Racecourse – Rock up, roll in and watch the world's biggest movies on the world's biggest LED screens.

Watch your favourite movies from the comfort of your car. Listen to the movie in your car on your FM Radio! Drive-in Movies are on everyone's Bucket List! Arrive in your car. Scan your tickets through your car window. Watch the movie in your car and exit in your car. You don't even need to leave your car! There will be no food trailers on site due to current government restrictions. All movies are shown in HD with the sound broadcast to your car radio on Retro Drive-in's Radio Station!

Saturday 22nd
3.00pm – Paw Patrol: Ready, Race, Rescue
6.00pm – Notting Hill
9.00pm – Jaws

Sunday 23rd
3.00pm – Sonic The Hedgehog
6.00pm – The Greatest Showman
9.00pm – Lights Out

Saturday 29th
3.00pm – The Lion King
9.00pm – The Rocky Horror Picture Show

Sunday 30th
3.00pm – Onward

So, Grab the kids and your dog (once they're well behaved), and head for Retro Drive-in Movies @ Leopardstown Racecourse!


Date:
Saturday 8th August - Sunday 30th August
Time:
Varies
Price:
€32.80 | €34.80
Address:
Leopardstown Racecourse, Foxrock, Dublin 18, Ireland

Google Map of Leopardstown Racecourse, Foxrock, Dublin 18, Ireland

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