Photo courtesy of 15/40 Productions

Let's Go to the Movies
Are you struggling to do an in-person event with social distancing measures still in place? What about keeping your virtual event engaged and tuned in?

Have you considered a drive-in event?

As drive-in movies seem to be making a comeback, and movie theaters utilizing drive-ins for their patrons, a drive-in event is a great way to keep your guests safe, yet still tuned in to your event. 15/40 productions showcase this with examples in this image.

Imagine your event speakers broadcast up on the screen. Drivers tune in via the drive-in technology of low-frequency radio stations.

Name in Lights
We love the Edison type bulbs for lighting. Depending on if your guests will get out of the car, make sure you have plenty of lighting for an outdoor evening event such as this.
String lighting works great above, or consider lighted pathways.

Photo courtesy of Clinton Steeds

At the Dine-In Drive-In

Food and beverage can via carhops to your guests' car door can serve as entertainment as well. Your staff can be dressed in 50s style car hop uniforms. Bonus if they can do it in roller skates as well.

Photo courtesy of Farm Wife Drinks

Strawberries and Cream
Take a classic strawberry milkshake and sweeten it up with Bailey's Strawberries and cream for an adult treat.


4 scoops vanilla ice cream - about 1 cup
1/2 cup Baileys Strawberries and Cream Liquor
1/4 cup Strawberry Vodka
1/2 cup frozen strawberries
whipped cream
strawberry syrup and fresh strawberries


In a blender, combine the vanilla ice cream, Baileys, vodka, and frozen strawberries. Pulse to blend.
Pour into a pint glass and top with whipped cream. Garnish with strawberry syrup and fresh strawberries.