Dairy Arts Center

Dairy Drive In Policy

All drive-in ticketing is advance sales via the internet. There are no in-person ticket sales.

In order to make check-in easy, we ask that you give us the make/model/color of your car, and the license plate number. Otherwise, you will have to print your ticket receipt and hold it up to your closed car window for us to read.

The movie will start when it is dark enough. Please arrive between 7:30 and 8:00pm so that you can get situated in your parking space.

Higher profile vehicles will need to be in the back row.

Please remain in your car. Resist the urge to get out and talk to people or socialize through open car windows. This is important. Masks must be worn by staff and patrons at all times when outside of vehicles or if windows are down.

In following the guidelines set by Boulder County for Drive-In events, we must ensure that patrons remain in their cars. This includes the following:

o No playing outside prior to the event
o No setting up lawn chairs or blankets outside of your vehicle
o No sitting in the bed of a pickup truck

You may go to the restroom, if needed, by entering on the north side of the building (around the side to the left of the screen) where you will wait, wearing your mask, separated from others by marks on the sidewalk, until a staff member lets you in.

The audio will be broadcast via FM radio, which you will need to have in your car. Please take the time to figure out how to turn your car accessories on in the minimal fashion to not use up your battery charge or have your headlights on. We don’t know your car, so it is up to you to know how to do this before you come.

You may start your car periodically to maintain battery charge, but please only run it for 2 minute intervals.

It is very problematic to leave during the movie without disrupting the show. You must remain parked in your space until the end of the movie, and then exit the parking lot when and as directed by a staff member.

Be very careful of the projection system in the middle of the parking lot. It is surrounded by parking cones.

In the case of hard or sustained rain, the movie will have to stop. You will get a “rain check” for another movie, rather than a refund. Please understand that we all share the risk of the weather changing our plans, and that the Dairy cannot take on all of this risk alone. If we do, then the drive-in is no longer financially feasible.

This process is in-progress and may change over time as circumstances warrant. We appreciate your patience and understanding as we all work through this together.

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MARCH 2020

As of today, 3/12/2020, The Dairy Arts Center remains open and operational. Should scheduling changes occur, ticket holders will be directly notified by The Dairy Arts Center.

If you have a question about an event please contact the presenting arts organization. For films, Dairy Presents and all other questions contact the Box Office at 303.440.7826