Adult Swim Drives In for Portland Roadshow

On Sept. 17, cable TV like you've never seen it before comes to an inflatable screen near you.

By Jason Buehrer September 13, 2016

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Late-night entertainment channel Adult Swim is taking its show on the road with a five-week, 10-city cross-country tour. Its final stop: Portland Meadows on Saturday, September 17. Fans of the quirky network—in its 15th year on air—will have an opportunity to see unaired episodes, shorts, and never-before-seen pilots and specials on a 40-foot inflatable screen, for a one-night-only drive-in screening.

Adult Swim–which shares channel space with day-time alter-ego Cartoon Network—launched in 2001 with a stable of edgy programming geared to appeal to teens and young adults later in the evening. The Turner Network-owned channel currently offers a slate of syndicated programs such a Bob’s Burgers, Family Guy, and King of the Hill, but also features the popular Aqua Teen Hunger Force, Rick and Morty, and The Venture Bros. Ground-breaking anime shows Cowboy Bebop and Attack on Titan have also found a late night home in the network.

While this 18+ screening is free, RSVPs are required and may not guarantee entry. Movie munchies will be provided by on-site food trucks and early birds can even score a voucher for a free meal while supplies last.

Adult Swim is at Portland Meadows on Saturday, September 17. Check the Adult Swim website for more details.

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