Drive-In Laser Light Show to Take Over Coney Island Parking Lot July 8-11

The laser light show features "some of your favorite musical hits from Current Pop to Classic Rock! All choreographed with cutting-edge effects, high-powered lasers, and DUAL large screen video projection!"

click to enlarge A drive-in-style laser light show will take over Coney Island's parking lot July 8-11. - Photo: cabinfeverlasershow.com
Photo: cabinfeverlasershow.com
A drive-in-style laser light show will take over Coney Island's parking lot July 8-11.

If you thought giant animatronic dinosaurs invading the parking lot of Coney Island was cool, hold onto your butts. 

Some company called Cabin Fever is producing a drive-in-style laser light show July 8-11. There are shows at 9 p.m. July 8; 9 and 10:30 p.m. July 9 and 10; and 9 p.m. July 11. Tickets start at $29.99 per carload and go up to $99.99 per car for front-row parking.

So what exactly is a drive-in laser light show? According to an exclamation-point-infused description, it includes "some of your favorite Musical Hits from Current Pop to Classic Rock! All choreographed with cutting-edge effects, high-powered lasers, and DUAL large screen video projection!"

The show is family-friendly and aimed at all ages. Event organizers say ticketholders will pull their cars into the lot and park like they would at a drive-in movie. There will be tailgating space in front of each spot so people can set up lawn chairs while still socially distancing. An FM radio station will be synced to the musical score.

Parking is first-come, first-served, and gates open at least an hour before each show. Feel free to bring your own snacks.

Each show runs about 60 minutes. Once you park, you can't leave, apparently. And if you're late, you can't get in. 

Coney Island is located at 6201 Kellogg Ave., California, Ohio. More info and tickets at freshtix.com.

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