Avid moviegoers rave about the Rave Cinemas prices for good reasons! The ticket prices are among the most affordable in the industry without compromising on the superior quality of the facilities, amenities and services provided by the company. Take a look at their prices and you will be convinced as well.
|Children (ages 2-12)||$7.00|
|Adults (ages 13 & up)||$9.75|
|Seniors (ages 65+)||$7.00|
|Children (ages 2-12)||$10.00|
|Adults (ages 13 & up)||$12.75|
|Seniors (ages 65+)||$10.00|
|Children (ages 2-12)||$11.50|
|Adults (ages 13 & up)||$14.50|
|Seniors (ages 65+)||$11.50|
To Find RAVE CINEMA Near You
History of the Chain
In late 2009, TowerBrook Capital Partners along with Charles B. Moss, Jr. and Lambert Media Group founded Rave Cinemas, LLC. The company subsequently engaged in several acquisitions including the corporate property, infrastructure, and leadership of Rave Motion Pictures. The business operations and real estate property of National Amusements, Inc. were also bought by Rave Cinemas, LLC, which were then rebranded as Rave Motions Pictures.
Rave Cinemas, LLC engaged in several more sales and purchases of their theaters. In October 2012, the company agrees to sell 16 theaters to Carmike Cinemas followed by the November 2012 sale to Cinemark of 32 theaters. In November 2012, AMC Theaters also purchased 4 Rave Cinemas theaters not already acquired by its competitors, such as Carmike, Cinemark, and Starplex.
In May 2013, the company sold Berlin 12 to Starplex Cinemas. By 29 May 2013, Cinemark Theatres completed the purchase of Rave Cinemas. In 4 January 2013, the company’s Rave Digital Media brand was finally purchased by AMC Theatres.
Current Theater Locations
As of January 2016, Rave Cinemas’ locations are in the following areas, among others: (Town/city, state – name of theater and amenities)
- Little Rock, Arkansas – Colonel Glenn 18 + Xtreme
- Los Angeles, California – Baldwin Hills Crenshaw Plaza 15 + Xtreme and Rave 18 + IMAX
- Enfield, Connecticut – Enfield 12
- Manchester, Connecticut – Buckland Hills 18 + IMAX®
- Fort Worth, Texas – Ridgmar 13 + Xtreme
- Hurst, Texas – North East Mall 18 + Xtreme
- Davenport, Iowa – Davenport 53rd 18 + IMAX
- Florence, Kentucky – Florence 14
- Okolona, Kentucky – Preston Crossings 16
- Springfield, Massachusetts – Eastfield 16
- West Springfield, Massachusetts – West Springfield 15
- Flint, Michigan- Flint West 14
- Fairfax, Virginia – Fairfax Corner 14 + Xtreme
- Centreville, Virginia – Centreville 12
- Hazlet, New Jersey – Hazlet 12
- Beavercreek, Ohio – The Greene 14 + IMAX®
- Cincinnati, Ohio – Western Hills 14
- Columbus, Ohio – Polaris 18 + Xtreme
- Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania – Pittsburgh North 11
- Philadelphia, Pennsylvania – University City Penn 6
Ohio and Connecticut has the highest number of Rave Cinemas’ theaters; the ones listed above are just a few.
Most of the theaters with the Rave Cinemas brand have multiple concession stands and arcade games where kids and adults can relax before and after the movies. You will also find kiosk and online ticketing for faster purchases; stylized events rooms; and futuristic themes for the theaters. You can also enjoy the film trailer displays and LCD menus, which display the movies currently being shown and for future screenings.
Other amenities include DTS digital surround sound system and DLP cinema projection for the audio-video systems; stadium seating with oversized luxury reclining seats equipped with retractable arm rests, tray tables, and cup holders; and ample legroom.
For more information about Rave Cinemas, visit their official website.