SM Pampanga Opens PH’s First Drive-in Cinema on July 31
With movie theaters still closed to the public due to quarantine measures, cinephiles must have been missing the experience of watching the latest movie releases on the big screen with their friends and family. Well, they will be glad to know that the first of the many drive-in cinemas that will open in the Philippines is well underway at SM City Pampanga!
Located in San Fernando City, the drive-in cinema will start operating on July 31, 2020 at SM City Pampanga’s Amphitheater with two screenings of the highly-anticipated Korean horror sequel “Train to Busan 2: Peninsula” at 5:30 p.m. and 8:20 p.m.
A first of its kind in the country, the Movies at Sundown drive-in cinema will be open on Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays with two screenings per night. A total of 87 cars can be accommodated for every screening. Other movies to be shown are “My Spy” and “Sea of Monsters.”
This unique and safe movie experience is a great bonding activity for friends and family. For the best view and to practice social distancing as well, two persons are recommended per vehicle with a maximum of four.
The movie bundle will cost Php 400 per head inclusive of regular popcorn, bottled water, and beef franks. You can view the complete schedule of screenings and reserve your tickets at smtickets.com.
According to ABS-CBN News, guests have to turn on their car’s FM radio to a specific frequency to broadcast the sound straight into their vehicles. Other devices with FM capabilities can also be used.
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