When I was growing up in Kermit, we had 2 drive-in movies for many years. One was The Lariat, and the other was The Yellowjacket.

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The Lariat was torn down in the mid 1960's and The Yellowjacket kept showing movies for another 10 years or so before it finally closed down.

I have a ton of great memories from the drive in movies, and was wondering if there are any close to San Angelo. There are, and here's a list:

Town & Country Drive-in in Abilene is located at 2902 Vogel Street at Mockingbird, near Interstate 20. This drive in opened in 1956 and was billed as "The Biggest Drive-In Theatre in Texas"! For more information: http://www.towncountrydrivein.com/ or call 325-677-9899.

Big Sky Drive-In Theater, 5906 W. Highway 80, Midland. Look for their marquee on the North side of Highway 80 East. Go to bigskytheatre.com or call 432-617-3001.

The Sky Vue Drive-In, South Big Spring Highway, in Lamesa.  Sky Vue has been operating since 1948 is open Friday-Sunday from March through December. They are also open on Wednesdays during the summer.
For more information go to http://skyvuelamesa.com/ or call 806-872-7004.

There are several other drive-ins in Lubbock, Amarillo, near the Ft. Worth-Dallas area and in South Texas. These are the ones that are close and could make for a fun night at the movies under the stars! Maybe I'll see you at one of these drive-ins soon!