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  1. Jun 03,  · Concord drive-in theater closed in response to curfew Watch: 6 Bay Area films for #BlackLivesMatter era Guests will be able to listen to the movie’s audio through their vehicle’s radio or.
  2. Florida got off to an early start as a drive-in movie state back in February of , opening one of America's first drive-in theaters in Miami. By the end of the 's, Florida had about 20 drive-ins operating throughout the state. And less than ten years later, .
  3. Madera 2 Drive-In Customer Rules update: 5/29/ Everyone must have a face covering/mask. Everyone must wear a face covering/mask when you are outside your car when going to the Snack Bar and/or Restrooms. Everyone must practice social distancing (6 feet) at all timesLocation: Santa Maria Way Santa Maria, CA, United States.
  4. The Stardust Drive-In Theatre offers our patrons a new option in affordable Family Entertainment. Come out and enjoy an evening of DOUBLE FEATURE first-run movies under the star filled skies of Middle Tennessee – all for less than the price of a single ticket to the indoor cinemas.
  5. The world's first 4K drive-in cinema experience right here in Kansas City. Click Here to see what Movies are Showing this weekend. and don't forget about the great deals to be had at our. "Swap 'N' Shop" on the weekends! [email protected] – Movie Line: Merriam Ln Kansas City.
  6. Florida got off to an early start as a drive-in movie state back in February of , opening one of America's first drive-in theaters in Miami. By the end of the 's, Florida had about 20 drive-ins operating throughout the state. And less than ten years later, .
  7. Madera 2 Drive-In Customer Rules update: 5/29/ Everyone must have a face covering/mask. Everyone must wear a face covering/mask when you are outside your car when going to the Snack Bar and/or Restrooms. Everyone must practice social distancing (6 feet) at all timesLocation: Santa Maria Way Santa Maria, CA, United States.
  8. Times have changed since the first drive-in movie theater was installed in in Camden, N.J., and since the industry's heyday in the s. According to the book "Drive-In Theaters" by Kerry Segrave, the man who patented the drive-in theater concept and installed the first one got his inspiration from the Depression, when he "analyzed the market from the standpoint of what people gave up last.

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