In Dallas, summer movies mean lighthouses, camera and … action!
DALLAS, TX – Ah, “A Royale … with cheese” and “You throw like a girl!!”
Yes indeed, cinema classics like pulp Fiction and The Sandlot you are heading just in time to help you exit the pandemic safely and comfortably.
Rooftop Cinema Club, which launched its 2.0 redesign of the drive-in concept in 2020, returns with The Drive-In at The Central and a new summer series.
This year’s screenings begin Thursday at the Dallas Heritage Center in Old City Park, and the season runs through July 3.
- SElena (May 27)
- The greatest showman (May 28)
- The Sandlot (May 29)
- pulp Fiction (May 30)
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More films will be announced in June. But the club says you can expect later screenings to offer a wide assortment of crowds, ranging from themes such as Juneteenth (featuring Get out and Love jones) on the weekend of July 4, (where you can review favorites like Independence Day, the Sandlot and The Goonies).
So, if you yearn for the luxury treatment of the cinema without the shoulder-to-shoulder anxiety of an indoor movie theater, you’re in luck: it sure won’t be your parent’s drive-in experience.
Unlike those dusty parking lots of yesteryear, this makeover will include a range of food trucks, a bar selling adult libations, seats described as “roomy” yet “cinema-style”, state-of-the-art wireless headphones. technology (which means more interruptions from your neighbors), a 30-foot screen, and games to play outside before screenings start.
Additionally, the club offers a variety of tickets, including a lawn section, lounge seating with adjustable lounge chairs, and ottomans, if you’re after that retro game room vibe. Admission ranges from $ 14.50 to $ 22.75 (adults) and $ 10 to $ 15 (children 12 and under). Children under three enter for free but must sit on mum or dad’s lap.
In compliance with security protocols, the ability to provide adequate social distancing is limited, and concessions and tickets can be purchased contactless online. Employees will wipe surfaces everywhere and be masked while doing so. Customers will be “encouraged” to mask themselves when they are not seated.
You can find the schedule so far and other details on their website.
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