JACKSON, NJ – On Friday, June 26th, Mayor Michael Reina and the Township of Jackson, complete with a full complement of township workers will host another evening of Drive-in movies. Sonic The Hedgehog will be playing, but this time, the town is charging $25 per car upon entry. Tickets are available for the 3 and 6 pm showing of the movies to high school seniors only.
The 9 pm showing is open to the public but you will now have to pay $25 per vehicle to get in. The first event was free to the public. Most other towns hosting drive-in movies also have free public access to the events as part of their town’s public recreation program.