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Boise State Night at the Parma Motor-Vu Drive-In *Registration Closes Oct. 21 at 5 p.m.

October 22 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm MDT

Drive-in movie theatre

Join us for a nostalgic, family fun evening at the drive-in movie theater for a private Boise State event, but we encourage you to bring family and friends. It’s an opportunity for some old-fashioned fun while still practicing safe physical distancing (masks required when outside of your vehicle). The cost is $10 per adult and $5 per child. Register early as space is limited due to lot capacity.

Now Showing: E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial

Because our Broncos are out of this world, the feature film is Steven Spielberg’s 1982 American science fiction film, E.T. The Extra-Terrestrial. It tells Elliot’s story, a boy who befriends an extraterrestrial, dubbed E.T. who is stranded on earth.

Meet a NASA Astronaut

Steve Swanson, NASA Astronaut, and Boise State University Distinguished Educator in Residence will be there to greet guests as they arrive. Swanson lived and worked onboard the International Space Station (ISS) for six months and served as its commander from May-September 2014. In his role as a Boise State Professor of the Practice, before his launch, he interacted online with an interdisciplinary team of Boise State students called “Space Broncos” and did a live downlink to the Boise State campus from the ISS in May 2014.

Come Early for Free Candy

The Parma Motor-Vu is located at 29552 US-95, Parma, ID 83660 (one mile north of Parma).
Gates open at 6 p.m. for car traffic. Please come early to get settled before the show starts.
The first 500 guests will receive candy treats upon entry.
Check-in at the box office with your registration confirmation (printed or via phone).

What to Bring

Guests may bring their own food and drink or purchase at the movie concessions. They offer hotdogs, burgers, pizza as well as the traditional popcorn and candy snacks.

Please bring a mask to wear to and from the restrooms and concessions.

It may be chilly, so plan to bring a blanket and dress for the weather. The movie will be shown rain or shine.

How it Works

Guests tune into the radio station 106.7 FM for movie sound.

Support Local Businesses

This is a great opportunity to support a small, local business. Purchasing food from the concessions stand helps the drive-in stay open.

Questions

Please contact Teresa Harder at teresaharder@boisestate.edu.

Click here to register.