Earagail Arts: Last night of The Drive-In at Ards Forest Park

Evil Dead 2.

Evil Dead 2.

LAST night’s Drive-In at Ards Forest Park drew huge crowds to watch the family adventure classic, The Goonies. Tonight’s film is an altogether scarier affair with the screening of horror film, Evil Dead 2.

Tonight’s movie was decided by members of the public who voted for their preferred film on the Earagail Arts Festival Facebook page
Due to popular demand, Earagail Arts Festival partnered with Belfast Film Festival to bring back the extremely popular Drive-In. Places are allocated on a first come first served basis.


Patrons should note that FM radio is essential – if the car radio does not receive an FM frequency signal, drivers should bring a portable radio with them to be able to receive the film dialogue to their car.

Access only to car park via main park entrance from 7.30pm. (follow signs N56 to / from Letterkenny / Dunfanaghy).

No vans permitted and MPVs, 4x4s and Jeeps will be parked at the rear of the car park to ensure visibility of the screen from smaller vehicles.

Last night’s event was a big success and Earagail Arts Festival asks that all patrons continue to co-operate fully with stewards and staff and respect the ecology of the park by using bins and waste disposal provided.

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