Have you ever watched a movie with live music? The Jericho Drive-In is teaming up with Proctors and 98.3 TRY to create the Concert Cinema Drive-In.

According to the Proctors website, “The series will feature artists performing oldies, Motown, classic rock and even Disney music over five consecutive Wednesdays beginning July 8. Each artist is paired with a similarly-themed classic film that is shown after the live concert performance, except for the Pink Floyd tribute act which performs “The Dark Side of the Moon” as the soundtrack during a showing of the 1939 film classic “The Wizard of Oz”.”

It’s $25 per person or $100 per vehicle. You can buy tickets through Proctors.org or by calling the Proctors Box Office. If the tickets aren’t sold out, you’ll be able to buy them through the Jericho Drive-In night of the show.

  • Wednesday, July 8th: The Oldies Show and “American Graffiti”
  • Wednesday, July 15th: Into the Floyd – the Premiere East Coast Pink Floyd Tribute and “The Wizard of Oz”
  • Wednesday, July 22nd: The Little Mermen and “Beauty and the Beast”
  • Wednesday, July 29th: Tusk – The Ultimate Fleetwood Mac Tribute and “Almost Famous”
  • Wednesday, August 5th: Reflections: A Motown Tribute Ensemble and “Lady Sing the Blues” 

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