Going out | The Parking Lot Social

Going out | The Parking Lot Social

Enjoy Harry Potter, comedy, panto and more with The Parking Lot Social UK-wide drive-in tour

Looking for something different to do this spring? Why not try The Parking Lot Social – a drive-in extravaganza that will be rolling into Bristol Airport on 14 & 15 April. There are various events to choose from throughout the event, for all ages.

If you have been before, you will recognise some familiar favourites alongside some amazing new additions, including Harry Potter and The Prisoner of Azkaban, complete with costume competition and wizard-themed quiz.

Going out | The Parking Lot Social

Brand new for this year is The Parking Lot Social Easter Panto – with cast members putting on a special performance of The Wizard of Oz, uniquely tailored to the drive-in format.

Plus, sashaying onto the stage for 2021 will be the stars of RuPaul’s Drag Race UK. Fans of the cult show can expect iconic performances from coveted cast members, including season one alumni Baga Chipz, Divina De Campo, Vinegar Strokes and Gothy Kendoll, with current season two queens Ginny Lemon, Ellie Diamond and Tayce also confirmed.

Going out | The Parking Lot Social

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You will also find a host of drive-in movies for all ages, as well as a Social Kids event. Families can safely get together to enjoy the interactive showcase with an afternoon of quizzes, Car-a-oke, games and even a silent disco!

Going out | The Parking Lot Social

Or, for drive-in laughs, check out the Parking LOL Comedy Night.

Get ready to be entertained in your car from a vast custom-made stage, with shows broadcast across two 40-foot screens. Using the best technology, audio will be transmitted from the stage directly to each vehicle through a dedicated FM radio channel.

Safety is at the heart of the event and you can take part in the immersive, interactive shows from your own car. It’s a contactless event ensuring a safe and socially distant experience.

For tickets, live updates and information, please visit The Parking Lot Social

Pricing (per car)

Social Kids (general admission £37.60; front 3 rows £47.80)

Harry Potter Prisoner of Azkaban, rated PG (general admission £41.68; front 3 rows £51.88)

DriveTime Drag (general admission £47.80; front 3 rows £58.00)

Panto: The Wizard of Oz (general admission £47.80; front 3 rows £58.00)

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows – part 2, rated 12 (general admission £41.68; front 3 rows £51.88)

Parking LOL (general admission £41.68; front 3 rows £51.88)

NB Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows is rated 12. All pricing is per car not per person. There are no age restrictions on Parking LOL, the comedy night or the DriveTime Drag, although these are likely appeal to an adult audience. The Easter event will run in accordance with local government guidelines re Covid compliance.  

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