FoCo Cafe and Holiday Twin Drive-In Presents First Ever Bikes, Brews & Blockbusters

Who: FoCo Cafe is the first nonprofit pay-what-you-can restaurant in Fort Collins. The cafe’s mission is to build community by providing nutritious and delicious meals to the people of Fort Collins regardless of their ability to pay while using mostly local, organic, and sustainably grown ingredients.

Family owned and operated, the historic Holiday Twin Drive-In Theatre is a two-screen theater playing double features on each screen. Open spring through the first weekend of September, Holiday Twin Drive-In is the place to be in Fort Collins, CO, lighting up the Front Range for 50 years.

What: FoCo Cafe and Holiday Twin Drive-In have teamed up to bring you the first annual Bikes, Brews & Blockbusters. This unique bike-in festival celebrates the art of film by showcasing independent work from local artists paired with local brews.

Tickets are $20 and can be purchased online. Ticket entry includes ten 4oz beers, live music and showings of independent short films. Artists can submit their entries to

This engaging and relaxed affair will benefit FoCo Cafe.

When: Sunday, August 19 from 6-10 p.m. (live music is from 6-8 p.m. and viewing of the independent films will start at 8 p.m)

Where: Holiday Twin Drive-In (2206 S Overland Trail, Fort Collins, CO 80526)

Participating Breweries: Black Bottle Brewery, Funkwerks, Gilded Goat Brewing Company, Horse & Dragon Brewing Company, Intersect Brewing, Maxline Brewing, McClellan's Brewing Company, Odell Brewing Company, Prost Brewing Company and Snowbank Brewing.

Participating  Vendors: Austin Taco, Artwork by Mike McPuff, Cranked up Coffee, Nurtured Spirits Henna, Rollin' Stone Wood Fired Pizzeria, The Waffle Lab and Turtle Mountain Fermentary

Live Music: A Brother's Fountain, Blind Alley Troubadours and Crispy Watkins and the Crack Willows.

Sponsors: Emporium Sports Bar, Imeru Creative and Smart Minds

About FoCo Cafe:
FoCo Cafe is the first nonprofit restaurant in Fort Collins. Cafe patrons set the price for cafe cuisine in this pay-what-you-can setting. Instead of a cash register, a donation box is on the counter. If you can give more, please pay it forward. If you have a little less, pay what you can. If your pockets are empty, participate in community with your time and talent in exchange for a mouth-watering meal. Daily menu selections are made primarily using fresh, locally grown ingredients, and funded by the donations of patrons donating for their meals. For more information, visit

About Holiday In Drive-In:
The Holiday Twin Drive-In Theatre is a two screen theater playing double features on each screen. The Co-hit is always the second feature. Our ticket prices are Ages 10 and up $8.00, ages 6-9 $5.00 and Ages 65 and over $5.00. We open in the Spring and run through the first weekend of September. After Memorial Day weekend we start running 7 nights a week. The Holiday Twin Drive-In Theatre was built in the late 1960's. It was purchased by it's current owner, Wesley Webb in 1979 and is run by family members. For more information, visit