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Watch Back To The Future at the drive-in

1st April 2014

Watch Back To The Future at the drive-in alongside two DeLorean's

Firefly Cinemas launched Wellington's first drive-in cinema this summer. To see the end of their season off with a bang, they are showing Back To The Future One & Two back-to back on April the 13th, at Trentham Racecourse.

To celebrate the end of their 16-movie season, they have arranged for two DeLorean DMC-12's to come along for the big night. Not only will customers be parking around these vehicles made famous by Back To The Future, but they are auctioning off the only car park right in between the two DeLorean's.

The auction is live on TradeMe now, with all proceeds going to Cure Kids, a charity finding cures for the life-threatening illnesses that affect many of our children.


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