‘Back to the Future’ featured as The Byrd Theatre’s September Beer Midnight Movies event

by | Aug 31, 2015

Prepare to set your flux capacitor to 1955 and fill your Delorean with trash at 88 MPH – The Byrd Theatre is bringing the 1985 classic Back to the Future to the big screen in September.


Prepare to set your flux capacitor to 1955 and fill your Delorean with trash at 88 MPH – The Byrd Theatre is bringing the 1985 classic Back to the Future to the big screen in September.

The event is part of their Beer Midnight Movies partnership with Center of the Universe Brewing Company, and money raised from ticket and beer sales will go to fixing up the Byrd’s… everything.

You’ll be able to enjoy a flashback-movie with a fresh brew inside the Byrd’s hallowed halls on Sept. 11 – doors open at 11:30.

Tickets may be pre-purchased online at http://byrdtheatrefoundation.org/ for only $5.
A limited number of tickets will be sold at the box office before the show and are $7.

Previous BAAB nights sold out so attendees are strongly encouraged to pre-buy their tickets online. All ticket, beer and concession sales are cash only. There is an ATM located in the Theatre’s lobby.

Brad Kutner

Brad Kutner




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