‘Bike-In-Theater’ Aims To Provide A New Take On The Traditional Drive-In

‘Bike-In-Theater’ Aims To Provide A New Take On The Traditional Drive-In
Arts & Culture

Pop-up movie theaters ask attendees to ride their bikes in and projects hit movies onto abandoned building walls.

Emma Hutchings
  • 24 july 2012

After last year’s success, Manifold is planning another Bike-In-Theater in New York City this summer, as well as one in San Francisco in the fall, and possibly in other cities too. The pop-up movie theater for cyclists offers hit movies projected on walls and tasty treats from food vendors in a bid to foster community and celebrate bike culture.

‘Bike-In-Theater' Project Aims To Disrupt Notion Of Drive-In Theater

In order to keep the event free for attendees, they are seeking funding on Kickstarter and offering those who pledge their support a range of Bike-In-Theater-related gifts. They are hoping to raise $24K for permitting, security, movie rights, generators, speakers, food, etc. You can view the campaign page here and sign up on their website to be kept informed about the events.

Check out the video below to learn more info about the project:


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