For years Omaha and the surrounding markets have felt the drive-in drought. After the last theater closed in Council Bluffs the community was left with a void. Facebook pages were born and many people talked about the idea of opening up a new place to host this long-time favorite cinema experience. Falconwood Park heard your voices and opened up the first drive-in movie theater this area has seen in over a decade!
Our first summer series was immensely popular prompting sellouts for most movies. We were greatly humbled and hope to see your continued support of this venture so we can keep the format alive for years to come! This year we are back and better than ever applying much of what we learned to provide you with the most authentic experience!
Falconwood Park does sell drive-in tickets at the gate, however, we strongly recommend purchasing your tickets ahead of time online as drive-in spots are limited and do quite frequently sell out. Online ticket sales for each show will end an hour before gates open. Tickets for our drive-in are priced per vehicle and are based on occupancy.
All movies start at dusk with the gates opening 2 hours prior. Times will be posted on each individual film.
A Drive-In pass is guaranteed a drive-in parking spot. 150 Drive-in spots are available. Spots are filled on a first come first serve basis.
Once the drive-in spots have been filled we have additional ticketing called a Park and Walk. Park and Walk patrons will park in a separate lot and are encouraged to bring blankets or chairs up to the viewing area in front of the screen to view the movie or meet up with your friends at their car. If you are getting tickets at the gate we suggest that you bring seating just in case we sell out of drive-in spots.
In addition to your Drive-In or Park and Walk pass, if you would like to camp after the show, you may purchase a tent pass for an extra $10 charge per tent.
Food trucks, a bar, and concessions are available at the venue and we encourage your patronage! No outside alcohol is allowed inside the park.
Times and dates subject to change due to weather or lack of interest. In the case of a cancelation we will try our best to find a reschedule date. In case that date doesn't work for you we can issue a refund or a credit for another film.
Can I bring my own food?
Yes, we do offer food from our food trucks and concessions but feel free to pack a cooler and bring in any other munchies your tummy desires.
Can I bring my own alcohol?
No, Falconwood Park has a liquor license and due to legal regulations no outside alcohol is allowed inside the park. We do have a bar next to concessions to purchase adult beverages from.
Can I bring my dog?
Yes, as long as they are well behaved and kept on a leash.
Do children get in free?
Children 2 years old and under may enter the park for free.
Do I have to sit in my car if I buy a drive-in pass?
No, feel free to get out and set up your chairs near your car or move your chairs to the front viewing area.
What time should we show up for a good drive-in spot?
Plan on showing up when the gates open for the best drive-in spot. If you arrive before the gates open you will be asked to wait until the designated time for us to park you.
What time should we come if we're going to camp after the movie?
Just make sure you get here early enough to set up your campsite before the movie starts.
To book a private drive-in movie event at Falconwood Park email Brandon Miller at email@example.com. We will work with you to provide the best environment for the success of your event.
Check out our calendar for dates, times, and tickets.
Monsters Incorporated is the largest scare factory in the monster world, and James P. Sullivan (John Goodman) is one of its top scarers. Sullivan is a huge, intimidating monster with blue fur, large purple spots and horns. His scare assistant, best friend and roommate is Mike Wazowski (Billy Crystal), a green, opinionated, feisty little one-eyed monster. Visiting from the human world is Boo (Mary Gibbs), a tiny girl who goes where no human has ever gone before.
In this cult classic, sweethearts Brad (Barry Bostwick) and Janet (Susan Sarandon), stuck with a flat tire during a storm, discover the eerie mansion of Dr. Frank-N-Furter (Tim Curry), a transvestite scientist. As their innocence is lost, Brad and Janet meet a houseful of wild characters, including a rocking biker (Meat Loaf) and a creepy butler (Richard O'Brien). Through elaborate dances and rock songs, Frank-N-Furter unveils his latest creation: a muscular man named "Rocky."
High-school student Bella Swan (Kristen Stewart), always a bit of a misfit, doesn't expect life to change much when she moves from sunny Arizona to rainy Washington state. Then she meets Edward Cullen (Robert Pattinson), a handsome but mysterious teen whose eyes seem to peer directly into her soul. Edward is a vampire whose family does not drink blood, and Bella, far from being frightened, enters into a dangerous romance with her immortal soulmate.
After moving to Salem, Mass., teenager Max Dennison (Omri Katz) explores an abandoned house with his sister Dani (Thora Birch) and their new friend, Allison (Vinessa Shaw). After dismissing a story Allison tells as superstitious, Max accidentally frees a coven of evil witches (Bette Midler, Sarah Jessica Parker, Kathy Najimy) who used to live in the house. Now, with the help of a magical cat, the kids must steal the witches' book of spells to stop them from becoming immortal.
Coraline: While exploring her new home, a girl named Coraline (Dakota Fanning) discovers a secret door, behind which lies an alternate world that closely mirrors her own but, in many ways, is better. She rejoices in her discovery, until Other Mother (Teri Hatcher) and the rest of her parallel family try to keep her there forever. Coraline must use all her resources and bravery to make it back to her own family and life.
Hotel Transylvania: When monsters want to get away from it all, they go to Count Dracula's (Adam Sandler) Hotel Transylvania, a lavish resort where they can be themselves without humans around to bother them. On one special weekend, Dracula invites creatures like the Invisible Man, the Mummy and others to celebrate the 118th birthday of his daughter, Mavis (Selena Gomez). However, an unforeseen complication unfolds when an ordinary human unwittingly crashes the party and falls in love with Mavis.
The film follows the misadventures of Jack Skellington, Halloweentown's beloved pumpkin king, who has become bored with the same annual routine of frightening people in the "real world." When Jack accidentally stumbles on Christmastown, all bright colors and warm spirits, he gets a new lease on life -- he plots to bring Christmas under his control by kidnapping Santa Claus and taking over the role. But Jack soon discovers even the best-laid plans of mice and skeleton men can go seriously awry.
The Craft: After transferring to a Los Angeles high school, Sarah (Robin Tunney) finds that her telekinetic gift appeals to a group of three wannabe witches, who happen to be seeking a fourth member for their rituals. Bonnie (Neve Campbell), Rochelle (Rachel True) and Nancy (Fairuza Balk), like Sarah herself, all have troubled backgrounds, which combined with their nascent powers lead to dangerous consequences. When a minor spell causes a fellow student to lose her hair, the girls grow power-mad.
Zombieland: After a virus turns most people into zombies, the world's surviving humans remain locked in an ongoing battle against the hungry undead. Four survivors -- Tallahassee (Woody Harrelson) and his cohorts Columbus (Jesse Eisenberg), Wichita (Emma Stone) and Little Rock (Abigail Breslin) -- abide by a list of survival rules and zombie-killing strategies as they make their way toward a rumored safe haven in Los Angeles.
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