Visit a Drive-In Movie Theater in Arkansas

COVID-19 continues to affect our ability to safely socialize. Do you miss leaving the house to see a movie on the big screen and getting elbow-deep in a large popcorn? Consider a solution that’s been hiding just under your nose!

One of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, the drive-in movie theater, is currently seeing a resurgence. Arkansas maintains three active drive-in theaters, but a new theater has emerged in Little Rock. All four are embracing our new normal by hosting special events.

Get out and see a movie! You’ll be safely partitioned in your car while also getting to enjoy a sense of community with others in the lot.

112 Drive In

Fayetteville, Arkansas

The 112 Drive-In is now in its 40th year of operation.


Showings are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday


Due to COVID-19 there is limited item availability and longer concession wait times.


$10 per person ages 13 & up, children ages 6-12 $5 each, and age 5 & under free. Cash and credit cards accepted.

Special Events

They’ll be screening movies filmed in Bentonville in July including Max Winslow and F.R.E.D.I.

Kenda Drive-In

Marhsall, Arkansas
A vintage, neon sign from the 1960s for the Kenda Drive-In Movie Theater in Marshall, Arkansas.

The Kenda Drive-In has been open since 1966!


The box office opens at 7:30 p.m., and the movie starts at 9:00 p.m. Movies are currently showing Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday nights.


During COVID-19, you need to order your concessions online and pick them up from the box office.


$6 for ages 12 and up, $2 for ages 6-11, under 6 are free. Cash only.

Stone Drive-In Theatre

Mountain View, Arkansas
Large signage for the Stone Drive-In Theatre in Mountain View, Arkansas

Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with a single movie starting at dark.


Due to COVID-19 there are limited concessions available, but you may bring in your own food and drinks.


$5 for ages 12 and older, and $3 for ages 4-11. Cash only, but tickets can be ordered online with a credit card.

The Drive In by Metroplex Live

North Little Rock, Arkansas
A pink and purple sunset over the Metroplex's Drive In movie theater in North Little Rock Arkansas.

The people behind Metroplex Live, unable to host events at their venue, The Metroplex, have created a new drive-in movie and events space in north Little Rock.


Events are schedule for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.


Masked servers deliver concessions to cars, and there is a masked bathroom attendant to sanitize after each use.


Attending the drive-in is free, but because space is limited, you can reserve your space by purchasing tickets in advance on Eventbrite. Donations are also encouraged.

Special Events

The drive-in also hosts live music.

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