Macomb County Drive-In Movies at Freedom Hill
Visitor’s guide for Macomb County Drive-In Movies which offers 150 spots, 9 weekly movies on a 32×15 foot LED screen raised 15 feet in the air.
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The Macomb County Drive-in is one of several drive-in movie theaters popping up in our area. This venue offers a wide variety of shows every week. They currently offer nine different movies per week, with quite a few family-friendly selections. The Drive-In is located at Freedom Hill in Sterling Heights.
There is enough space for 150 vehicles to view each movie. The screen is 32×15 feet and raised 15 feet in the air so everyone can see. Additionally, the LED screen is perfect for both daytime and nighttime viewing. The venue also offers its guests access to the executive restroom trailer, which is cleaned and sanitized regularly.
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The cost is $25 per carload. Tickets are only available online. The lot holds 150 vehicles with 15′ wide by 20′ deep spaces.
Guests can bring chairs, blankets, blowup air beds, and portable radios. Movie sound is played thru 87.9 FM on your vehicle’s radio/portable radio.
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Concessions are available on-site provided by a Big Boy Food Truck, Popcorn Truck, and also a theatre candy tent.
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