Back to the Future is one of the most iconic films of the 80s. Michael J. Fox played Marty McFly, a time traveling teen with adventures that would send your imagination wild. Now, Auburn State Theatre is bringing the film back as a part of an 80s filled weekend.
Auburn State Theatre Brings ‘Back to the Future’ Back
“Cinema at the State Theatre in Auburn presents the ‘Rock & Roll AND a Picture Show’ show,” according to TheUnion.
“The event kicks off at 7 p.m. Saturday with Sacramento ’80s cover band, Press Play, who will be playing all the hits of the ’80s. After the music the event will include a showing of the classic 1985 film ‘Back to the Future‘ at 8 p.m. Saturday.”
Here’s yet another awesome celebration of 80s pop culture with a great film and what sounds like a pretty awesome concert from Press Play. The event does have a small price of $8 for a general admission ticket.
“For those only interested in seeing the movie, there will be a 11 a.m. matinee show Saturday as well,” according to the report.
Back to the Future is such an influential film that when Nike decided to create a real life version of Marty’s self-lacing sneakers, they went for absurd amounts of money. Of course, the early sales were part of a charity auction, however, you can find them going for thousands of dollars on the resale market.
Brining back iconic 80s films for an event is always a great idea if we have anything to say about it. If you want to give you kids an awesome look into some of the music and one of the films that made he 80s such an awesome decade, this should be a great opportunity.