Philippine’s First Drive-In Movie

Philippine’s First Drive-In Movie

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Feeling nostalgic lately? Well then, you can step back in time and feel like you are back in the 1950’s as SM City Pampanga launches a drive-in Cinema.

SM City Pampanga announces that it will open a drive-in Cinema on July 31,2020 in its amphitheater, which is also the Philippine’s First ever Drive-In Movie.

There will be two movies per day, the first movie will start at 5:30 PM and the second one will start at 8:20 PM. Also, according to SM City Pampanga’s guidelines, movie watchers must purchase their tickets online beforehand and they must arrive at the venue at least 30 minutes before their scheduled time of screening to avoid disturbing other movie goers.

And to enhance the movie experience of the guests and feel comfortable in their own space, parking slots will be assigned according the size of their vehicle.

The first movie line-up to screen on July 31,2020 will be the “Train to Busan: Peninsula”

So if you miss going out for a movie with your friends or family you can try going in for a drive-in cinema, it is something new and most importantly it is much safer.

Check out the SM Cinema Drive-in movie lineup for the July 31 weekend. 🚘Buy your tickets online at…

Posted by SM City Pampanga (official) on Friday, July 24, 2020

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