Becky's was voted "Best Drive-In Theater" in the Lehigh Valley area in the Morning Call's Readers Choice Awards since the category was created in 2007.  Becky's was also recognized in 2016 in USA Today's 10 Best Drive-In Theaters, coming in as the 5th best drive-in theater in the USA.  Becky's was also recognized by being voted "The Best of the Best" in Showmanship by the Drive-In Theater Fan Club in 1996, and was also included in the New York Times' "10 Drive-Ins Worth a Detour" by Don and Susan Sanders in 2002. This family run business is located in Walnutport PA, (Lehigh Township) on Route 248 approximately 11 miles North of Allentown, PA, 20 miles West of Easton, PA and 15 miles from Bethlehem, PA.

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Benefit Festival and Car Show Rescheduled

Due to rain in the weather forcast for Sunday, October 2nd, this event has been rescheduled to Sunday, October 9th.

Upcoming Special Events

34th Annual Lehigh Township Benefit Festival & Car Show


Our annual benefit festival & car show will benefit Dream Come True of the Blue Ridge Chapter. The proceeds help seriously, chronically, terminally ill children who have their dreams fulfilled.

Since 1989, our benefit has raised over $385,000 for DCT.

Coming this Friday, Oct 7th

Friday, October 7th through Saturday, October 8th

Screen 1


Poster for 'Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile'
7:30 PM

Lyle, Lyle, Crocodile

Rated PG for mild peril and thematic elements
Starring Javier Bardem, Constance Wu, Scoot McNairy, and Shawn Mendes

Poster for 'Ghostbusters (1984)'
9:30 PM

Ghostbusters (1984)

Rated PG for
Starring Bill Murray, Dan Aykroyd, Sigourney Weaver, and Harold Ramis

Screen 2


Poster for 'Smile'
7:30 PM

Smile

Rated R for strong violent content and grisly images, and language
Starring Sosie Bacon, Caitlin Stasey, Kyle Gallner, and Robin Weigert

Poster for 'Pearl'
9:40 PM

Pearl

Rated R for some strong violence, gore, strong sexual content and graphic nudity
Starring Mia Goth, David Corenswet, Emma Jenkins-Purro, and Alistair Sewell

* Movies subject to change.

 

Q&A

How do we get tickets?

At the moment, all ticket sales are done at the box office when entering the theatre.  Sorry, we do not offer online or advance ticket sales at the present time.  

When do your movies start?

Movies start approximately at dusk.  Exact showtimes are typically posted a few days in advance.  Please check our schedule for exact showtimes.

How do I get sound?

We broadcast sound for the movies over FM radio.  You can get sound using your car radio or a portable radio.  Tune to 90.7 FM for screen 1 and 106.5 FM for screen 2.  

We also have portable radios available for rent.  These can be rented from our screen 1 projection booth.  A radio rental costs $4.00, and we require a valid driver's license or other form of identification to hold while the radio is rented.

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Admission

Regular
Adults
(ages 13+)
$11.00
Kids
(ages 3-12)
$7.00
Children
(ages 2 and under)
Free

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