Northeast WI Drive In Theaters

Northeast WI Drive In Theaters

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  • 18 April,2020

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It’s time to put down those electronics and pick a warm Wisconsin night to enjoy a movie outside under the stars!  Grab those kiddos and head to a Drive-In Theater.  Go back to a simpler time, where old fashioned fun is back in style.

Lets all relive some fond memories and create new ones by visiting one of the following treasured drive-in movie theaters this summer!

Here are the 4 that you will find around Northeast WI:



🎥 Field of Scenes in Freedom.  This Drive In has 2 movie screens, 2 basketball courts, 2 volleyball nets, a new mini golf course, Swing set area, there is a full bar & grill, a concession stand and concession trailer.  They do not supply any equipment/balls so please make sure to bring your own.

Opening Date: May 3rd

Admission:  $8 for an Adult (12 and older), $4 for 11 and under.  This is for both movies. For movie tickets the ticket booth takes CASH ONLY!

Gates open at 6 and close at 10.  Screen one fits the first 300 cars and screen two fits the first 250 cars.  Come early because this is first come, first serve only!

Dogs: Yes you are allowed to bring your dog as long as they are on a leash and you clean up after it.  Absolutely no pets allowed in any of the buildings.


🎥 Moonlight Outdoor Theater in Shawano.  This Drive In has 1 movie screen that shows a double feature! They have concession stands and do allow carry ins as well.  There are no extra activities for kids before the movies so bring a frisbee or football to play around. Cash and Credit Card are accepted.

Opening Date: Opening May 17th

Admission: $8.50 for Adults and Seniors, $3.00 for Children

Gate Opening time varies, but it’s usually about an hour before the first movie and fits an unlimited amount of cars.


🎥 Skyway Drive In Theatre in Fish Creek.  This Drive In has one movie screen showing double features.  There is a play area with a slide, swings, teeter totters, etc.There is a Snack Bar featuring foot-long hot dogs, pizza, nachos, popcorn and more. (FYI: This Drive In is CASH ONLY!)

Open weekends in May, September, and October. Nightly June through Labor Day. Opening Day is May TBD and fits about 250 cars.

Dogs are allowed as long as they are on leash.


🎥 Chilton Twilight Drive In Theatre offers one movie screen.  There is an arcade, swing set, basketball hoop and even movieland mini golf ($3/person)! , concessions, mini golf and more. There are no carry ins but you can enjoy their Movietyme pizza that is made fresh to order with garlic toast and breadsticks. There are even brat and burger frys during special events! Cash and Credit Cards are accepted.

Opening May 10th, 2019.  Open Fridays and Saturdays through Memorial Day and then Wednesdays thru Sundays through Labor and back to weekends through October.

Admission:  $4/children 11 & under, $6/adults for the First Show/Double Feature.  Come to the late show for only $4/person.

Gates open at 7pm and fits 200 cars!




2016 Upcoming Kids Movies

2016 Upcoming Kids Movies

It’s time to think about those upcoming New Kids Movies! There are a lot of great ones heading to a theater near you, so make plans now to check these out!


May 20 – The Angry Birds Movie

The movie tells the story of Red, Chuck and Bomb, who have always been outsiders on their bird island paradise. But one day when green pigs arrive on the island, the three outcasts team up to find out what the mysterious visitors are up to.


May 27 – Alice Through the Looking Glass

In Tim Burton’s sequel to 2010’s Alice in Wonderland, Alice returns to Wonderland and goes back in time to save the Mad Hatter from Time himself.


June 17 – Finding Dory

It’s a sequel that adults and children alike have been waiting for since 2003! Ellen DeGeneres is back to voice Dory — everyone’s favorite forgetful fish — in a new adventure with her friends to find her family (who she now kind of remembers!


July 1 – The BFG

Based on the Ronald Dahl classic, The BFG is the story of a girl named Sophie who encounters the Big Friendly Giant. Unlike other giants, the BFG refuses to eat little boys and girls and was therefore declared an outcast for being kindhearted and gentle.


July 8 – The Secret Life of Pets

Do you really think your pet just lies around all day and waits for your family to get home? In this adorable animated feature, your family will find out exactly what it is that your pet really does all day. Hint: they don’t just sit and wait for you by the door!


July 22 – Ice Age 5 – Collision Course

Scrat’s epic pursuit of the elusive acorn catapults him into the universe where he accidentally sets off a series of cosmic events that transform and threaten the Ice Age World. To save themselves, Sid, Manny, Diego, and the rest of the herd must leave their home and embark on a quest full of comedy and adventure, travelling to exotic new lands and encountering a host of colorful new characters.


August 12 – Pete’s Dragon

A remake of the 1977 classic, Pete’s Dragon is about an orphan boy who runs from his abusive adoptive parents with his pet dragon and seeks refuge with a couple who lives in a lighthouse.


August 19 – Kubo and the Two Strings

An epic action-adventure from acclaimed animation studio LAIKA. Clever, kindhearted Kubo (voiced by Art Parkinson of “Game of Thrones”) ekes out a humble living, telling fantastical stories to the people of his seaside town.


September 9 – The Wild Life

Animals welcome stranded sailor Robinson Crusoe to their island.


September 23 – Storks

Have your kids ever asked, “Where do baby’s come from?” Well this film was made to investigate that exact question.  This new animated adventure takes audiences inside the Stork factory, which is no longer being used for baby deliveries. Instead, they simply deliver packages for an online company. But one day, a top stork named Junior accidentally turns on the Baby Making Machine, which produces a baby girl. It is then up to Junior and his friend Tulip to deliver the human to Stork Mountain before his boss finds out!


September 30 – Miss Peregrine’s Home For Peculiars

Based on the young adult book by Ransom Riggs, this story features Jacob, a teenager who follows clues to a mysterious island. He uncovers the ruins of an abandoned old school for “peculiar children” and makes an interesting discovery — the former occupants may have possessed amazing powers and may still be alive.


November 4 – Trolls

Based on the Troll dolls of your childhood, Trolls is an upcoming computer-animated musical in which two trolls — voiced by Anna Kendrick and Justin Timberlake — embark on a journey that’s out of their world.


November 18 – Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them

From within the world of Harry Potter comes Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them, starring Eddie Redmayne as Newt Scamander. If your child already loves Harry and the gang, get them excited for this film about a group of secret wizards in New York over 70 years before Harry attends Hogwarts School of Witchcraft and Wizardry.


November 23 – Moana

Disney’s newest princess comes in the form of Moana, a young Hawaiian woman who is the only daughter of a chief in a long line of navigators. The sea-voyaging enthusiast sets off on an epic journey to find a fabled island in this film your little ones are sure to love.