MONSTER BASH JUNE 2021
MONSTER BASH MEMORIES
The Monster Bash went outdoors under the big sky for a drive-in Bash! Monster Bash rocked The Riverside Drive-In, Vandergrift, PA June 11-12, 2021. Movies, music, vendors...a monstrous festival.
It was another power-packed event celebrating the classic films of yesterday. Check out the photos from various events.
Just an incredible time. We hope you'll make the next Monster Bash! CLICK HERE for details.
Photos provided by Ron Adams, Malcolm Gittins, and Dave Heywood.
The above video preview trailer by Kevin Slick (voiced by Scott Goettel) at MONSTER BASH June 2021!
The Bash Boys with Ursula Adams perform classic 1950s and early 60s tunes to prep people for the 1950s film fest happening at night...under the stars!
Bernie Sherry sings Buddy Holly songs!
The Bash Boys drummer Bob Pellegrino pounds them out...
Uncle Gill checks in to play some pinball at the concession building.
Attendees shopping Creepy Classics in the creepy concession building.
Christopher Lee's Frankenstein Monster oversaw the vendors around the drive-in screen. Figure provided by Mark and Diane Mazurczak.
Attendees strolled from vendor to vendor in the open field for frightful goodies.
Bob Pellegrino mans the tables at Creepy Classics.
Food service manager Emma Ross had smiles for everyone.....
...until the Attack of the 50 Foot Guy happened!
MONSTER BASH true blue fans tuned out from states all around the country...like Greg and Susan pictured here.
Joe Russell blares out the Pittsburgh Chiller Theater theme song, Experiment in Terror.
Keven Scarpino, known to many as TV Horror Host "Son of Ghoul," plays a mean bass guitar.
MONSTER BASH music director Kevin Slick takes to the roof of a Jeep Wrangler to sing Twist and Shout.
Kids all over the drive-in were playing old school with plastic monster figures instead of cell phones. Warms the heart.
Emma Ross and her staff fed an army of monster fans over the weekend.
Mark Mazurczak hangs out with his buddy, the Creature From the Black Lagoon.
Paisley and Jess Jaynes at their table. Paisley was creating mini-monster drawings and paintings.
Dan Weber replicates Pee-Wee Herman's nutty dance as The Bash Boys perform Tequilla.
Attendee Perry Sears enjoys a book by Frank Dello Stritto while awaiting a nightime monster movie marathon on the giant screen.
Sax men Joe Russell and Dan Weber.
Bernie Sherry behind the Creepy Classics tables chats with movie fans.
"Please...wait a minute Mr. Postman...whoah, whoah, whoah Mr. Poh-oh-oh-ohstman," Ursula sings with The Bash Boys.
Food, fans, friends and fun at The Riverside Drive-In.
We are ready for.....monster movies!
Where's The Monster Bash staff? Last seen chopping around the guillotine!
Three great people at MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS, Writer Frank Dello Stritto, Linda Dello Stritto and artist Malcolm Gittins.
Two wild and crazy ghouls....Ohio TV horror host Son of Ghoul and artist Malcolm Gittins.
Malcolm Gittins dispays a plethora of retro monster goodies.
A pyramid holding not mummies, but model kits inside the concession building.
Time slip throwback....it's Pepsi in bottles vending for fans...sorry no A.I. here.
Now that's a line-up for a drive-in! It was Friday night's fare.
A motley crew at MONSTER BASH UNDER THE STARS...Bash Boy's John Sargent and Joe Russell. Plus Dave Heywood, who was an incredible help behind-the-scenes.
The set-up in the concession building begins. Tami Mizikar and Ron Adams start organizing.
Monster Bash staffers Bernie Sherry and Ursula Adams on Thursday set-up day.
Monster Bash's Douglas Ray and Dan Weber test out the cornhole games.
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of the Professional Show Managers Association