Coyote Drive-In located on Panther Island is open 7-days a week! The drive-in has four movie screens with daily shows. Two of those shows in the upcoming week will be benefiting two different nonprofits, Safe Haven and Fort Worth Sister Cities.
October 24 & 25 – SafeHaven of Tarrant County – No Ordinary Love
You are cordially invited! Join the creative team behind the film No Ordinary Love, together with SafeHaven of Tarrant County, for a special two night limited release of this award-winning film. Proceeds will go to support SafeHaven. To find out more about the film and about this COVID-aware event at the Coyote Drive-In visit: https://coyotedrive-in.com/fortworth/tickets/
October 29 – Fort Worth Sister Cities – The Italian Job
To commemorate the 35th anniversary of the original signing of sister city agreements between Reggio Emilia, Italy and Fort Worth, Texas, USA on Oct. 29, 1985, join us at the Coyote Drive-In for a special viewing of the Italian Job (2003). Before the movie starts, hear from Mayor Betsy Price and Mayor Luca Vecchi as they salute this exciting milestone.
Gates open at 6 p.m. and the show starts at 7:30 p.m. It is recommended to arrive at least 60 minutes early to avoid lines, get a good spot, relax with some food and a drink before the shows, and watch the sunset.
And, in celebration of our 35th anniversary with Reggio Emilia, the 35th car to arrive and check in will receive a special gift all the way from Italy!