COVID-19 continues to affect our ability to safely socialize. Do you miss leaving the house to see a movie on the big screen and getting elbow-deep in a large popcorn? Consider a solution that’s been hiding just under your nose!
One of the greatest inventions of the 20th century, the drive-in movie theater, is currently seeing a resurgence. Arkansas maintains three active drive-in theaters, but a new theater has emerged in Little Rock. All four are embracing our new normal by hosting special events.
Get out and see a movie! You’ll be safely partitioned in your car while also getting to enjoy a sense of community with others in the lot.
112 Drive In
The 112 Drive-In is now in its 40th year of operation.
Showings are Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday
Due to COVID-19 there is limited item availability and longer concession wait times.
$10 per person ages 13 & up, children ages 6-12 $5 each, and age 5 & under free. Cash and credit cards accepted.
They’ll be screening movies filmed in Bentonville in July including Max Winslow and F.R.E.D.I.
The Kenda Drive-In has been open since 1966!
The box office opens at 7:30 p.m., and the movie starts at 9:00 p.m. Movies are currently showing Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Monday nights.
During COVID-19, you need to order your concessions online and pick them up from the box office.
$6 for ages 12 and up, $2 for ages 6-11, under 6 are free. Cash only.
Stone Drive-In Theatre
Mountain View, Arkansas
Open Friday, Saturday, and Sunday with a single movie starting at dark.
Due to COVID-19 there are limited concessions available, but you may bring in your own food and drinks.
$5 for ages 12 and older, and $3 for ages 4-11. Cash only, but tickets can be ordered online with a credit card.
The Drive In by Metroplex Live
North Little Rock, Arkansas
The people behind Metroplex Live, unable to host events at their venue, The Metroplex, have created a new drive-in movie and events space in north Little Rock.
Events are schedule for Thursday, Friday, and Saturday.
Masked servers deliver concessions to cars, and there is a masked bathroom attendant to sanitize after each use.
Attending the drive-in is free, but because space is limited, you can reserve your space by purchasing tickets in advance on Eventbrite. Donations are also encouraged.
The drive-in also hosts live music.
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