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Yuk Yuk’s Is Hosting A Drive-In Comedy Night At Wesley Clover Parks This Friday

A one-of-a-kind drive-in comedy show is taking place this weekend at Wesley Clover Parks.

Like a drive-in movie theatre for stand up comedy, this unique event is the brainchild of DNA Live, an event company from Ottawa. 

Two shows will take place; one on Friday July 3rd, and the other on Saturday July 4th. Gates are open at 8:00 pm and the show starts at 9:30 pm for both nights. 

Hosted by Dan Allaire, the comedy show will feature Andrew Albert, Jenn Labelle and will its headliner Rob Pue (Punk’d, Comedy Now!, Just For Laughs)


Every great show calls for great snacks, and a complete concession selection will be offered via digital order and brought to your car after the show begins.


Only a few tickets remain, and spots are filled on a first-come, first serve basis when gates open. 


The event follows the following rules and guidelines: 


It will be hot, so please take proper steps to keep yourself cool during the movie. The only outside food or beverages permitted will be sealed water bottles.

Cars will not be permitted to be idling. If a car is seen idling, our security staff will politely ask you to turn off your car.

You may sit in the bed of your truck or with your rear facing the screen with your trunk open. However you cannot watch the movie from outside your vehicle. Please let our parking staff know if you are pulling in forward or backward.

If you are going to be sitting in the back of your vehicle with the trunk open, please make sure it doesn’t go higher than the top of your vehicle. If it does, you will need to be able to tie it down to not obstruct anyone’s view.

All patrons attending in the same vehicle must be from the same household or part of each others immediate social bubble as per government guidelines.

You must remain in your car at all times, except one person at a time if you need to use the washroom. (Children accompanied by 1 adult)

You must park your vehicle in the middle of the designated spots, which will ensure proper social distancing measures.

Parking Large trucks, Vans, SUV’s or any other vehicle that obstructs the view of the screen must park in the rear 2 rows. Management reserves the right to designate the parking location of vehicles

Cars with daytime running lights usually can be turned off by applying the emergency brake. If they cannot be turned off, please bring with you, blankets, cardboard, duct tape etc… to cover the lights. If you do not have anything to cover the lights, management reserves the right to use it’s on equipment to cover your lights prior to the movie starting.

No Smoking or Outside Food is permitted

No animals will be permitted for the time being.


Visit their website for a full list of rules and guidelines. 


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