Walmart is turning 160 of its store parking lots into drive-in movie theaters starting August 14th through October 21st. Admission is free, signup at https://t.co/hHFAIt2TpE— 740 KVOR (@740KVOR) August 5, 2020
Colorado locations include Pueblo, Pueblo West, and Grand Junction. pic.twitter.com/cGAfFg7De6
Starting August 14, Walmart starts the drive-in film theatres in the 160-stores parking lot.
Wednesday 's company published a list of all dates and venues covering 26 countries for films through October.
Gates are open at every location at 18:00. And at 7:30 p.m. showings start.
The display is free, but clients need to book the WalmartDriveIn.com tickets online in advance to get entry.
On the way to movies, customers are offered to order food , beverages and other items, Walmart said.
Walmart partners Tribeca Enterprises, a media company that hosts Tribeca Film Festival annually, to bring this socially distant experience to cities throughout the USA.
Here are some of those films shown here: Friday Night Lights; The Karate Kid; Space Jam; The Black Panther; The Lego Batman Movie; Spider-Man: The Spiders; Spy Kids; E.T. Here is a sample of those movies that will be shown.
The Extra-Terrestrial; the Ghostbuster; Black Men: International; Beetlejuice; the Goonies; Oz Wizard; Selena; Cars; Iron Giant; Lego Movie; Madagascar. Men in Black: International; The Future.