• Speedway to feature drive-in movie nights throughout Speedway Christmas


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Charlotte Motor Speedway will feature drive-in move nights throughout Speedway Christmas in the coming weeks.

    Families can enjoy a movie during the spectacular light show every Friday and Saturday night until Dec. 28.

    "Watching movies together has always been a great way for families to bond," said Marcus Smith, president and general manager of Charlotte Motor Speedway. "Whether it's taking in the lights or enjoying a Christmas classic on the world's largest HDTV, we want our fans to create memories here and make Charlotte Motor Speedway a part of their holiday traditions."

    Before settling down for the movie night, fans are encouraged to enjoy the light displays and festive activities offered by Speedway Christmas.

    Admission to the movie nights is included with the purchase of a Speedway Christmas ticket. Movies will begin at 7 p.m. each night and are held every Friday and Saturday.

    Nov. 29 and 30: "Polar Express"

    Dec. 6 and 7: "Christmas Vacation"

    Dec. 13 and 14: "How the Grinch Stole Christmas"

    Dec. 20 and 21: "A Christmas Story"

    Dec. 27 and 28: "Elf"

    Speedway Christmas is open nightly through Dec. 30 from 6-10 p.m., and is closed Christmas Day. Admission to Speedway Christmas is $15 per car on nights the village is closed and $20 per car on nights the village is open.

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