Famous New Jersey drive-in theater sets opening date for 2022

How exciting, it’s time for New Jersey’s favorite Drive-In to open for another big season. This drive-in is always fun with new movies hitting the “big” screen almost every weekend.

When is the Delsea Drive-In Theater opening date for the 2022 season?

It opens this weekend Friday March 25, 2022 and Saturday March 26, 2022. All tickets will be sold online by clicking here. Delsea Drive-In is located at 2203 South Delsea Drive in Vineland, NJ.

New films opening this weekend at the Delsea Drive-In, “The Lost City” with Sandra Bulloch, Channing Tatum and Brad Pitt. “Yell” with Courtney Cox and David Arquette. “Dog” with Channing Tatum and “Unexplored” with Tom Holland and Mark Wahlberg.

There is always double functionality at the Delsea Drive-In and sometimes triple functionality. General admission is $12.50 + online ticketing fee and children 3 and under are free. Ticketing for the drive-in is sold by screens and not by individual films. Tickets are required for all vehicle occupants over the age of 3.

Delsea Drive-In has a snack bar with sweets and of course popcorn.

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I remember growing up how much I loved drive-ins with my parents in our station wagon. We loaded into the big car to watch the big screen. We wore our pajamas and ate popcorn and loved every minute of it. I don’t think my daughter has ever been to the drive-in, it’s time I took her. She would love that. If you’ve never been to a drive-in, go this year.

The Delsea Drive-In closed in 1987 after many, many years of operation, then reopened in 2004. Delsea Drive-In is New Jersey’s only drive-in theater.

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