Hershey, PA (DATE) Bring your friends for a fun night out at our totally tubular Ferris Buller’s Day Off Movie Night! That’s right, we’re transporting you back to the 80s so get your scrunchies, leg warmers, and cool kicks ready for this righteous night! Guests will be able to participate in a raffle for the ability to sit in the Ferris “Ferrari,” enjoy classic 80s snacks, visit our food trucks, watch the movie, jam out with our live entertainment – Timeless Band, and more!
Remember the days when you were Sweet 16 and just learning how to drive? Maybe dreaming of an exclusive automobile to drive like a red Ferrari? Our totally 80s Ferris Bueller’s Day Off Movie night is your chance to enjoy a fun night with the movie and a backdrop of amazing automobiles. Dress in your best 1980s look or like one of your favorite characters from the film. We’ll pick two best-dressed winners who get to sit in the “Ferrari” and have your photo in the movie car.
Thanks to our event sponsor, Timeline Arcade – guests can brush up on their Pacman, pinball and other arcade game skills! We will have quite a few different arcade games available with no charge, you just need an admission ticket! That’s right free games until closing!
There’s no excuses, mark your calendar to attend on August 11th! As Ferris says – “Life moves pretty fast. If you don’t stop and look around once in a while, you could miss it!” This is one event you won’t want to miss out on.
Tickets are just $16 and must be purchased in advance. If you would like to purchase tickets please visit our website, www.AACAMuseum.org
While you’re here don’t forget to check out our other amazing exhibits including Mustangs: Six Generations of America’s Favorite Pony Car. In our Williams Clyne Gallery is a trio of Thunderbirds courtesy of the International Thunderbird Club, and of course you have to check out the 1985 Modena Spyder aka the Ferris Bueller “Ferrari” courtesy of the Historic Vehicle Association.
For more information on this totally rad movie night check out our website www.AACAMuseum.org.