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    Old Centreville Crossing Drive-In Experience

  • Dates:
  • Time:
    6:00 PM to 9:00 PM
  • Admission:
    $25 per vehicle / $25 per non vehicle spot
  • Location:
  • Address:
    13810 BRADDOCK ROAD, Centreville, VA 20121

Drive-In experience in Centreville Virginia at Old Centerville Crossing, with limited social distant car spots. Experience one or both drive-in events featuring DJ and live music on September 11 and a movie on September 25.

Arrive early to dine in or carry out from the many restaurant options available on the plaza.

Reserve a vehicle spot or a non vehicle spot for $25, spaces will be assigned first come first serve with larger vehicles position to the back rows for best viewing. Limited spaces are available to promote proper social distancing

All guests are asked to remain within their dedicated area, and welcome to setup chairs or blankets.


Friday, September 11, 2020 6 pm to 9 pm - CONCERT
6PM - Lot Opens
6:30 - DJ Ganzi (opening / pre show)
7:30 - David Tauler & DTMG Band

Friday, September 25th, 2020 6pm to 9pm - MOVIE
6PM - Lot opens
7:00 - Sunset/Movie Begins (Movie: Announced Soon)


We are dedicated to keeping our guests safe and will be following recommendations from public health agencies and local government officials.

When you arrive, our staff will check you in and direct you to an available parking spot. SUVs and trucks will be directed to the back half of the parking lot for best viewing options.

We ask you to stay in your space for the duration of the event, unless needing to access Old Centreville Crossing businesses.

We’ll have both speakers upfront for the concert night. For the movie night we'll have speakers upfront for non vehicle spots and a dedicated FM radio channel to listen to the movie from your vehicle or portable radio.

At the conclusion of the event our staff will assist on exiting the parking lot. Vehicles will not be able to arrive late or leave early, unless in an emergency.

WEATHER: We'll be monitoring the weather and will update via email and on Facebook by 2pm at the latest on the event day if cancelled, along with refund/reschedule options.

PETS: At this time pets are allowed, following public pet rules keeping leashed and controlled by a person 18 years of age or older at all times, along with proper disposal of any waste.