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Surf Snowdonia Drive-in Movie Weekend

Surf Snowdonia is open and holding a movie drive-in this weekend.

This Friday night 4/6 and Saturday 4/7 enjoy movie classics and other outdoor activities.

Surf Snowdonia movie weekend

Friday, April 6th and all day Saturday, April 7th.

Friday, April 6th

Two Quentin Tarantino classics Reservoir Dogs and Pulp Fiction will be featured. Reservoir Dogs will play at 7 pm and Pulp Fiction will play at 9 pm. The price is £15 per car per film, or you can go “the whole royal with cheese” and see both films for £25. Due to the nature of the films, Friday night is 18+ only.

Saturday, April 7th

From 10 am – 3 pm attend a free Great Outdoors event at the park before the films roll. Loaded with surf clubs, cycling groups, sub aqua clubs, canoe clubs and more, mingle and learn about the great activities you can experience right around the corner in North Wales.

The films start off with ET at 3 pm followed by Jumanji at 5 pm, you can pay £15 per car for each film, enjoy both films for £25 per car.

At 8 pm they will play Back to the Future at £15 per car.

Buy your tickets here.

The movies will be played on a huge LED screen and an FM radio will be needed to transmit the sound into your vehicle. Remember prices are per vehicle so load em up!

Please remember Friday night is 18+ IDs are requested.

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