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These Drive-In Theatres In Quebec Feel Like You're Living Out A Scene From Grease

And they're all opening up again soon!
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These Drive-In Theatres In Quebec Feel Like You're Living Out A Scene From Grease

Do you ever feel like you were born in the wrong decade? I personally always catch myself daydreaming about what life would have been like if I grew up in the '60s or '70s. And, thanks to drive-in theatres in Quebec, I can get a glimpse of what it would have been like.

I honestly can't think of a better spot to go spend a few hours and forget about the rest of the world. And if an old-school movie is playing while you're there, even better.

The four drive-in theatres on this list are sure to be open by June 5, so you'll have tons of time to visit each one this summer.

Many of them have deals on different days of the week, which means you should plan accordingly to get the most bang for your buck.

I've included the prices for an adult ticket at each place, to make your search a little easier, along with the addresses. Now all you need is a car. 

Check out four drive-in theatres across Quebec that you can go to with your roommate, mom, or significant other with this summer below!

Ciné-Parc Saint-Eustache

Address: 455, avenue Mathers, Saint-Eustache, QC

Cost: $10 & $6 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Opening date: June 5, 2020*

Website

Ciné-Parc St-Hilaire

Address: 800, chemin du Ciné-Parc, Mont-Saint-Hilaire, QC

Cost: $11.50 & $6.50 on Tuesdays

Opening: June 5, 2020

Website

Ciné-Parc Belle-Neige

Address: 6820, route 117, Val-Morin, QC

Cost: $12 and $7 on Thursdays

Opening: May 29, 2020

Website

Ciné-Parc Orford

Address: 2751, rue Roméo-Lacroix, Sherbrooke, QC

Cost: $11.50 & $7.50 on Tuesdays and Wednesdays

Opening: May 29, 2020

Website

Enjoy the film!

* This article has been updated.

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