WOODLAND HILLS—Cinema Pop-ups announced two Southern California locations coming soon, with one opening for its first showing on Sunday, July 12.
Cinema Pop-ups is a nationalized series mimicking a traveling carnival except with movie showings to bring the “classic nostalgia of a drive-in movie theater to venues all over the world!” The company currently has nine locations that include Pennsylvania and Texas.
Two of their locations new to southern California include: Woodland Hills and San Juan Capistrano. The Woodland Hills location will be placed at Canoga Avenue and Burbank Boulevard. An opening date has not yet been announced, but the San Juan location has its opening night on July 12 with the showing of “Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory.”
No details about the Woodland Hills location has been released. Other drive-in opportunities happening around Los Angeles include the San Fernando Valley offering their “Summer Drive-in Nights” running from August 13 thru August 16.
The Street Food Cinema will also be running their usual summer drive-in nights, except with a shorten list of nights starting July 16 through July 31. Locations include the Brandeis Bardin Campus and the Ontario International Airport.