Breck Film Fest presents ‘The Sandlot’ drive-in at Colorado Mountain College |

Breck Film Fest presents ‘The Sandlot’ drive-in at Colorado Mountain College

“The Sandlot” will be screened as a drive-in movie Saturday, June 20.
Courtesy Breck Film Fest

BRECKENRIDGE — Breck Film Fest has dealt with coronavirus curveballs by streaming movies monthly. Now, the nonprofit is changing things up and presenting a drive-in film with Breckenridge Creative Arts at Colorado Mountain College. The public can catch “The Sandlot” screening at 9 p.m. Saturday, June 20, at the college’s south parking lot, 107 Denison Placer Road, Breckenridge.

The classic coming-of-age film from 1993 depicts a group of boys bonding over baseball and running into trouble when a prized ball gets hit over a fence.

“The Sandlot” begins at 9 p.m. with parking opening at 7:30. The show is free, with a suggested donation of $20 per car, but parking spots must be reserved online in advance. Tickets can be reserved at

Breck Film Fest has also partnered with Breckenridge Distillery for special themed concession boxes. Patrons are encouraged to enjoy drinks and dinner at the distillery either before the show or order a to-go box to pick up at 1925 Airport Road before settling in at the parking light.

Should it rain, the event will be postponed to June 21.

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