Mission Tiki Drive-In
4407 State Street,
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Previous Names: Mission Drive-In
Owned by De Anza Drive-Ins, this year-round drive-in has room for 1,400 cars. It opened on May 28, 1956 with William Holden in “Picnic” & John Agar in “Star in the Dust”.
In 1975, four new screens replaced the original screen, which was demolished - apparently, the original screen was demolished and its surface used for fencing along the northern perimeter of the theatre.
The theatre was later renamed the Mission Tiki Drive-In and is once again a premiere local attraction. The Mission Tiki Drive-In houses a swap meet on Wednesday and Friday through Sunday, and shows first-run movies seven days a week.
The Mission Tiki Drive-In is set to closed at the end of December 2019. The site will be redeveloped as a technology park. In November 2019 it was announced the drive-in & swap meet will stay open into 2020. It was closed in January 22, 2023 with Tom Hanks in “A Man Named Otto” & Alison Williams in “M3GAN”. The Swap Meet closed on January 30, 2023 and had been demolished by May 2023.
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