Vintage Aviation Movie Night: Flying Down to Rio

We’re swinging (and singing) back in time for this month’s vintage aviation movie night, on May 16th! All ages welcome. Pizza and popcorn at 6:30pm, movie starts at 7:00pm. Admission is totally free, donations always appreciated!

Pizza and soft drinks at 6:30, movie starts at 7pm.

All are welcome. $10 suggested donation.

The Movie: Flying Down To Rio (1933)
This zesty, zingy musical is the movie that made Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire stars! The goofy plot concerns a bandleader-slash-aviator who’s always fired for flirting too much on the job, his all-American jazz band, and the South American beauty he’s desperate to woo. Delight in the slangy innuendo, jazzy musical numbers, and outrageous optical effects—all leading up to the high-flying finale, in which a bevy of chorus girls dance on the wings of airplanes soaring over South America.
A laid-back evening of old movies and old airplanes: Welcome to Kelch Aviation Museum’s vintage aviation night, the third Thursday of each month! Check out our calendar to see what other movies are on the list for the rest of this year.

The Kelch Aviation Museum hosts an aviation movie night on the third Thursday of each month. Check our events calendar to see what films are coming up!