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Soak City Dive-In Movies return this summer every Friday night beginning June 26 through July 31.

 

Four of the six movies that will be featured are set:

The Lego Movie (June 26)

The Amazing Spider-Man 1 (July 10)

Big Hero 6 (July 17)

Up! (July 31)

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They're also looking for votes for the final two selections.

 

Source: https://www.facebook.com/visitkingsisland/photos/a.226729858367.174830.155893938367/10153855771943368/

 

Soak City Dive-In Movies return this summer every Friday night beginning June 26 through July 31. Four of the six movies that will be featured are set: The Lego Movie (June 26), The Amazing Spider-Man 1 (July 10), Big Hero 6 (July 17) and Up! (July 31). We need your help selecting the other two. Cast your vote by choosing two of the movies listed below:

- Cloudy With A Chance of Meat Balls

- Ghostbusters

- The Sandlot

- Elf

- Pirates of Caribbean

- Grease

- Tangled

- Frozen

Fan voting ends June 7.

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So, do they set up a big projection screen?

 

Boy, that sure sounds great. We used to have a pretty good drive in

here untill just a few years ago.

 

I still prefer a drive-in to a theatre anyday. Just love em.

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We thought about going to a few of these last summer but I couldn't shake the feeling it was going to be rediculously crowded and that we wouldn't be able to get in the pool during the movie due to the limited space.  Did anyone here actually go to one that can tell me if it was fun and worth the effort?

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Is tonight's movie still on? And.... does one have to get in the wave pool in order to watch the movie?...also what time is it recommended that one arrive to get in to the event?

 

Sorry this answer couldn't get to you before the movie started last night, but no, you don't have to get in the pool to watch, as they have several screens angled for swimmers as well as non-swimmers. I would recommend getting there when the waterpark closes (at 8, which is an hour and a half before the movie starts). It wasn't so necessary to get there that early last night due to there not being a lot of guests, but there normally is a pretty good amount, so seats can fill up quickly.

 

Did you end up going last night?

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