BAKERSFIELD, Calif. - The wait is finally over as the Kern County Raceway teams up with Cinertain to bring the drive-in.
Organizers are setting things up for the big debut.
Last month, Cinertain, the independent Cinema Entertainment Company announced on its Facebook page its teaming up with the Kern County Raceway to give movie goers another option to see their favorite films.
All the drive-in equipment has been purchased including a 600 pound projector that is used at most in-door theaters across the country.
"I think it's that nostalgic feeling and you also just want to have something else to do in Bakersfield so, this is one more event, datenight, a family fun night, a picnic, however you want to look at it," said Jason Sanders of Cinertain.
The Kern County Raceway is located off Panama and Enos Lane.
Gates open at 7 p.m. The cost is $20 per car load and in honor of the new partnership tonight's first movie is "Talladega Nights."
Carlos is on Facebook at www.facebook.com/carloscorrea23abc
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