FLICKS TEAM AND FRIENDS: (Front) Ben Alcock, Grescha Brewer and Terry Brown. (Back) Jack Crabtree, Anthony Lycenko, Jason Dwyer, Dan Hill, Spencer Alcock and Vinnie Lycenko.
FLICKS TEAM AND FRIENDS: (Front) Ben Alcock, Grescha Brewer and Terry Brown. (Back) Jack Crabtree, Anthony Lycenko, Jason Dwyer, Dan Hill, Spencer Alcock and Vinnie Lycenko. Christian Morrow

Your chance to take flight after Flicks in the Field

TWO return economy class tickets from the Gold Coast to Singapore flying Scoot airlines are up for grabs this weekend at Flicks in the Field in Bangalow

Flicks in the Field is a group of Bangalow locals devoted to bringing back old-school drive-in cinema to the region this Anzac Weekend at the Bangalow Showground.

On Friday family night, gates open at 5pm, with the first film screening at 6.30pm featuring Oddball followed by the Aussie classic The Castle.

At Saturday night's double trouble feature gates open at 5pm with the first film kicking off at 6.30pm showing Priscilla Queen of the Desert followed by Mad Max Fury Road.

Co-founder Anthony Lycenko said: "There will be plenty of room for walk-ins on the grass in front of the jumbo screen as well as food carts to feed the hungry masses and sweets, ice cream and popcorn aplenty."

Cost is $40 per car pre-purchased online at: http://flicksinthefield.com.au

Walk-In tickets are adults $15 or families $30 at the gate or pre-purchased at Bangalow's Windhorse Gallery.



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