Drive-In Movies Near Metro Detroit and Ann Arbor

Missing date night at your favorite theater? Get a retro movie-going experience at one of these drive-in movies in southeast Michigan and beyond.

A car parked at a drive-in movie

Date night just doesn’t feel the same when you’re having take-out on the couch week after week. Sure, the time with your sweetie is nice and all but don’t you wish you could go out and see a movie again?

While movie theaters aren’t open in Michigan just yet, you can still get a pretty cool retro movie-going experience at a drive-in.

There are some pretty cool drive-in experiences in metro Detroit and Ann Arbor for the whole family — or just you and your bae, if you need a little time away from the kids.

Check out the list to find out what’s playing, grab some concessions and enjoy a movie night!

Canterbury Village Drive-In

  • Address: Canterbury Village, 2325 Joslyn Road, Lake Orion
  • Cost: $20-$30/car

Canterbury Village and Emagine Theatres have teamed up to put flicks on the big-screen each weekend. Choose from adult flicks like The 40-Year-Old Virgin, kid movies like Kung Fu Panda or options like Jurassic World 2 the whole family will enjoy. 

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Ford Drive-In

  • Address: 10400 Ford Road, Dearborn
  • Cost: $11.75/adult, $4.75/kids under 12, free/kids under 5

This Dearborn spot is back in business at half capacity and is offering adult flicks like The Hunt and Harley Quinn: Birds of Prey. Kid options, including Trolls World Tour and Sonic the Hedgehog, are available, too. 

Macomb County Drive-In Movies

  • Address: 1400 Lakeside Circle, Sterling Heights
  • Cost: $20/car

This popup is showing How to Train Your Dragon, Frozen II, Sonic the Hedgehog, Cheaper by the Dozen, Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker and more June 18-22. 

Summer Drive-In at USA Hockey Arena

  • Address: USA Hockey Arena, 14900 Beck Road, Plymouth
  • Cost: $10/adults, $8/kids

Find flicks such as Onward (rated PG), The Invisible Man (rated R) and more each night. Gates open at 7:30 p.m. and tickets must be purchased online. Capacity is limited to 50% at each screen. 

Have you heard of any other drive-in movies in our area? Tell us about them in the comments and we’ll add them to our list.